If the fishing is tough and you want a chance to get onto a trophy fish – come and spend a half day (morning/afternoon/evening) at Caddigat Lakes on Dixieland.
1 person: $200………. 2 persons: $260……….. 3 persons: $320
Call me on 02 6454 2260 or 0427 541 180 – or SMS your email address to 0427 541 180
Caddigat Lakes (more information below)
Caddigat Lakes are a unique group of trout lakes near Adaminaby in the NSW Snowy Mountains, less than 2 hours from Canberra. The lakes hold broodstock in pristine condition for the Snowy Mountains Trout Farm at Tumut. They are on the Dixieland property owned by Rod Smith with several kilometres of exclusive access to the Murrumbidgee River.
Caddigat Lakes fish stocks are maintained with a mix of fingerlings that grow out naturally, wild recruitment from fish that spawn when the creeks are running, and some larger fish – the broodstock for Rod’s Tumut fish farm. Most of the fish you will catch are rainbows, but there are a few elusive and substantial browns, and plenty of trophy fish opportunities. The largest dam has nearly four kilometres of bank.
If your time is precious, Caddigat Lakes can take some of the risk out of the equation with a serious chance of catching a trophy fish. Because it’s strictly catch and release, the fish grow bigger, and because it’s not a public fishery there is simply less fishing pressure.