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Home Podcast Interviews Ep 33 – Brendon Spicer: Tips for Chasing Trout in the Snowy Mountains NSW
Ep 33 – Brendon Spicer: Tips for Chasing Trout in the Snowy Mountains NSW

Ep 33 – Brendon Spicer: Tips for Chasing Trout in the Snowy Mountains NSW

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Ep 33 - Overview

In this episode I was lucky enough to sit down and interview Brendon Spicer on chasing Trout in the Snowy Mountains of NSW. Brendon has a passion and love for Trout and has dedicated his last 8 years fishing the rivers, streams and lakes of the Snowy Mountains.

In this episode we discuss a range of topics including what style of fishing is best during each season, Brendon shares his tips for bank walking the lakes and for fishing a river system. We then jump into Tips for Lake Jindabyne and Eucumbene. Plus, Brendon shares plenty of other awesome tips, including fishing in the dark and a handy tip when walking streams!

In this episode

How fishing started for Brendon (7:00)

Brendon’s Experience on the 2020 Summer Bushfire in the Snowy Mountains (12:30)

Best Options for each Season in the Snowy Mountains (23:00)

  • Summer (23:00)
  • Chasing Trout in the Dark in Summer (29:30)
  • Autumn (32:00)
  • Winter (36:30)
  • Spring (40:00)

Favourite Weather Condition (41:30)

Tips and Techniques for Fishing Rivers & Streams (45:00)

Tips for Bank Walking and Casting a Lake (50:00)

Best Lake and River Casting Rod Length (53:00)

Tips for Fishing Eucumbene (55:30)

Tips for Fishing Jindabyne (1:01:00)

Brendon’s Most Memorable Catch (1:05:30)

Connect with Brendon Spicer

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