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  • VIDEO: Eildon Yellowbelly Season Begins

    October 27, 2014 • VIDEOS • Views: 4095

    In Depth Angler had a successful trip up to our favourite natives fishery Lake Eildon, chasing our first Victorian yellowbelly for the 2014/15 season. The fish were quite active up to about 10.30am when they slowed down. We managed to get a little bit of

  • REPORT: Rubicon Brook Trout Tales

    June 11, 2014 • REPORTS • Views: 14046

    Back in 2012, there was a fish escape from the Yarra Valley Caviar facility located on the banks of the Rubicon River. Rumors have it that a wombat dug a hole through the side of one of the ponds which resulted in the escape of several thousand Brook Trout

  • REPORT: Eucumbene River Brown Trout

    June 9, 2014 • REPORTS • Views: 7837

    Well what an experience this trip was. I had heard a lot about fishing the Eucumbene River at this time of year, but was not really sure what to expect. Leading up to the trip, pictures of big pre-spawn trout being caught from the Eucumbene area could be seen

  • VIDEO: High Country Trout – Lure fishing for brown trout

    May 27, 2014 • VIDEOS • Views: 4976

    In Depth Angler headed back up into the Victorian high country to visit one of their favourite rivers, and to chase brown trout on lures. We packed the cameras and thought we would shoot a short video to give you a good look into how amazing the fishing and

  • GUIDE: IDA Guide to exploring Trout streams and rivers

    May 13, 2014 • GUIDE • Views: 3466

    Recently we have once again been invigorated with our trout stream fishing and have been bitten by the exploring bug. There is definitely something special and exciting about heading to a new trout water, that anticipation on the drive in, the hike through

  • VIDEO: Lake Eildon Carp Fishing with Soft Plastics

    December 28, 2013 • VIDEOS • Views: 6914

    Carp in my opinion are a very underrated sportsfish here in Australia. We tend to dismiss them as a pest species and that is all. Yes they are a huge pest which are only getting worse in our waterways, but they really are a great light tackle sportfish who

  • Grampians Gamble – Fishing Lake Fyans & Toolondo

    May 16, 2013 • REPORTS • Views: 16988

    Mothers Day, whilst most were out doing the “right” thing, having lunch and gifting yet another cook book or bunch of flowers, this year I was lucky enough to get a free pass, as my mother was  pre-occupied with a craft market for the day. All