The Murray cod fishing has been good on both bait and lures around the region - with some good fishing happening not far from Melbourne at all. If you're
looking to tangle with a cod, you could try the Yarra river over the weekend. The river should still be quite high and dirty from the heavy rain Melbourne
has received but it will still fishable around the back eddies and slower water. A bunch of large scrubworms rolled in gel scent or XL yabby would
be the best bet after the increased flow. Customer Ryan snagged a nice little fish from before the heavy rain started on a pink and purple spinnerbait.
Bright pink/chartruese/orange and black works well in the Yarra due to the tannin in the water.
Heading for a drive up to lake Eildon will see your big cod chances increased. The large fish have been active over the past month or so, and happy to
take a bait or lure. Customer Vito fished the lake landbased recently and landed a chunky model on a lure. Vito has been fishing soft and hard swimbaits
during daylight hours and surface lures around low light and into the night. The large fish will only continue on a feeding rampage right through Autumn
as the roach and redfin schools move into the arms and bays.
Customer Steve also landed a ripper cod out of the lake during the week. Steve was fished with mate Ryan from the shoreline of the lake and the boys managed
2 nice fish, with Steve's cracking the magical meter mark. Baits of yabby and cheese were both used. Steve safely returned the big cod to the water
ready to be caught by another lucky angler.