sunbury fishing

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sunbury fishing

Postby marcusfishing96 » Tue Jan 02, 2018 8:20 pm

hello everyone i was wondering if anyone knew if there were any good spots in sunbury besides spavin lake or jacksons creek as i have tried jacksons creek plenty of times in the last 5 or so months and only managed 2 nice short finned eels but i have heard there is carp,roach,brown trout,and reddies
spavin lake has only produced one small reddie regards marcusfishing96 :-D



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Re: sunbury fishing

Postby Boonanza » Tue Jan 02, 2018 8:48 pm

If you have a car I would be going half an hour up the road and trying Lauriston or the Upper Coliban :thumbsup:
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Re: sunbury fishing

Postby marcusfishing96 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 2:42 pm

Boonanza wrote:If you have a car I would be going half an hour up the road and trying Lauriston or the Upper Coliban :thumbsup:

yeah i went up to pykes creek i caught 2 tiny redfin

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Re: sunbury fishing

Postby Boonanza » Thu Jan 04, 2018 7:15 pm

marcusfishing96 wrote:
Boonanza wrote:If you have a car I would be going half an hour up the road and trying Lauriston or the Upper Coliban :thumbsup:

yeah i went up to pykes creek i caught 2 tiny redfin


Pykes Creek is sh*t that's all that is there are tiny reddies. There are much better fish where I suggested and No Boat traffic either.
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