Lake Lyndon fishing

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  • #7184
    keenfisherman
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    Hi

    Has anyone had experince fishing Lake lyndon, and what methods are the most productive?

    Thanks

    #20907
    gunnercoops
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    Have heard there are big Perch in there, and some trout where the river flows in

    #20908
    burkefish
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    haven’t fished there for a number of years. what worked well then were black and gold glimmys tobys and small rapalas. at night when we caught a lot of fish and the bigger ones on red shadow lures, hamills killers work well during the day. nymphs that represent damsel fies should be good as have on many occasions watched fish jumping for the adults. can recall being broken off late one night by a large fish, never stood a chance hit like a rocket and never stopped. fishing at night up there when it is still and quite warm in november is a great experience, my kids still talk about those nights. mainly rainbows in there and fish n game has a restocking programme. in september you can see spawning trout along the shingle edges in the lagoon at the top end if there is enough water to fill it. can’t catch them only interested in one thing.

    #20910
    keenfisherman
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    Thanks for that info. What river flows in to lake lyndon?
    Thanks

    #20912
    Miliwolf
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    Correct me if I am wrong, but I beleive Damsel flies are mainly active over Summer. When fishing high country lakes I like to fish a damsel nymph beneath a black gnat fly. Stalk the edges and cast just in front of the cruising fish. Have never fished Lyndon.

    #20914
    burkefish
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    its just a small stream at the main road end of the lake that sometimes goes dry in summer. usually has water in spring and rainbows will spawn in it. there are 1or2 smaller streams or seepages on the west side of the lake and 2 small streams at the top end that are good to fish at night.damselflies are for the summer usually november on if I remember right. surprisingly I have caught fish a on stonefly nymphs in some of the high country lakes.

    #20916
    keenfisherman
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    Ok
    apparantly the fishing is best in late winter just before the fish are spawning.

    #20967
    yellowfin
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFxcJibc … ature=plcp This is kevo up at the lake a while back its really fun there late in the winter season.

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