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Hey there everyone, I am planning on heading up to Lindleman soon and I was wondering what part of the lake to go to and what to use. Also what's the average size in this lake? Thanks

Lindeman is a rather small lake so I'd cover as much as possible. That being said the big rock at the far end and the creek mouth in same area are worth a bit of extra time. I've never caught anything over 14" but have heard of the odd 2-3lbs taken. Small spinners/spoons on gear or leeches, pumpkin heads or chrominids on the fly have all produced decent results for me in the past

Cool thanks dude

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