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The savage surface strike of large Murray Cod at Timber Lake has astounded many seasoned anglers. In fact some have had to sit down after a big strike as the sound alone is enough to make you weak at the knees.

Timber Lake is a man made lake in the Otways Hinterland, Victoria, Australia. The Lake is a Private, Catch and Release, Native Fishery that is unparalleled in Victoria and Australia.

The Lake has been stocked with Murray Cod, Golden Perch and Silver Perch and has been continually developed since 1989 when it was initially stocked.

Timber Lake Tours provide guided and unguided tours of the lake. Hhighly experienced fishing guides are able to provide tuition in all styles of fishing, techniques and tactics.

Timber Lake is Lure and Fly Fishing only. Use of Bait or Burley is not permitted on Timber Lake. Catch and Release techniques must be used at all times.

Accommodation, Transport, Food, Fishing Equipment, Boats, etc are all available as part of a package deal. Please call to get a quote on a package that suits you.

To view more information about Timber Lake, Guided Tours, etc, please click on the links to the left.
Timber Lake is a picturesque 40 acre bushland lake situated in the Otway ranges hinterland in Victoria. The lake is some 1-1.5 km in length, of which 2/3 is dominated by stands of drowned timber stumps and logs. This has proven to be a haven for the powerful native fish that reside there.

Timber lake is home to lure and fly munching cod in excess of one meter in length and golden perch breaking the seventy five centimeter barrier. In addition to the cod and golden perch, the stealthy and hard fighting silver perch have established a targetable population and have been landed up to sixty cetimeters..




Clearwater Tours

Victoria
0407 812 826

Web Link

http://www.timberlake.com.au/



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