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  1. Amazing what you see in the space of a week, when fishing the 'Bidgee. Since the start of the Cod season on Dec 1st through to the end of January the water levels have been very high and running at a high rate of knots. However, it's a whole new picture today. Huge gum trees that weren't visible last week, are now showing in abundance. There's very little current too so this means changing over from bait fishing to lures and spinnerbaits. These conditions are likely to remain through Winter, unless we get lots of rain or snow up in the range. So today I got 6 Murray Cod ranging between 28cms and 58 cms. The big one had a DPI tag in it but unfortunately I can't read the numbers without my reading glasses...so I let it go to be caught again. Incidentally it had a hook down near its gills that was showing signs of rusting out. Here's a few pictures of the river (fairly high) and how it was today.