Alpine Tourist Park
 2 Lett Street, cnr Snowy Mountains Highway, ADAMINABY, N.S.W. 2629

ABN  712 441 765 87
Ph:  (02) 6454 2438

We offer customer access to Wireless Internet with a Complimentary 50mb/day for up to 7 days.

Fishing Report by Lars

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Good News - Lake Eucumbene's level is still rising and the weeds are still growing.  There are a lot more insects around (which can be annoying!) but the fish love them. So what I'm saying is that the fishing is improving all the time.

LAKE LEVELS: Eucumbene – 55.5% Tantangara - 20%


Fly Fishing – has improved particularly in the evening and very early mornings.  This year we can even see fishing rising so it's just to choose the right fly and be patient.

Bait Fishing - has really improved and the best bait as usual is mudeye under a float, worms or grubs under a running sinker.  Also a few bigger Browns have been caught on powerbait (surprise, surprise!). 

Spinning - no reports. 

Trolling - for me has been good.  As far as I know most people who use leadline or downriggers get fish.  The best time is very early morning but I was able to get some nice fish in the middle of the day too.

EUCUMBENE RIVER – has been getting a few on dry flies around the Kiandra area.  But I haven't had that many reports. 


CREEKS - no reports.

I think we're in for a good fishing summer as long as we don't get extremely hot weather. 

I wish you all a very happy Christmas and excellent fishing in 2015.

Cheers from


Updated: 02/12/14

beauty peace

Fly casting
Lars will:
  • Give you advice on local conditions,
  • Loan you a bait rod,
  • If you wish, help you with your casting technique,
  • Tell you about the Lakes, Rivers and Creeks,
  • We have a Smoker in the Camp Kitchen for our customer's use. If you're a beginner, Lars will give advice about how to smoke your fish.

Our fishermen also have use of:
  • Our fish freezer
  • Our gas and wood BBQs
As it happened Steve and the Record Brown
Our Fly Fishing record holder Steve, who caught this lovely 13.75 lb Brown in June 2001.

Lake Eucumbene Region