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Thread: Milnerton Lagoon

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    Sounds about right. Saw plenty mullet about 2 weeks back of the closed off bridge leaving the lagoon on the outgoing tide. No to sure about the leerie though. With all the baitfish around I never saw even the smallest sign of a chase or the tell tale "v" wake. Not even baitfish jumping which is a sure sign of predators. Will try to have abother look b4 the weekend.

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    The water looks incredibly low at the moment. The whole mouth area is a big sandbar. Are there any viable channels left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilRowe View Post
    I spoke to a drop shot angler yesterday who stated that there were plenty of mullet in the lagoon at the moment and that he had caught a small leerie there last week. Apparently he was fishing off one of the jetty's on Woodbridge Island.
    I think that Milnerton lagoon is about as healthy as the Vaal,
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    The Vaal? Never heard of it. Where's that? A dam near Malmesbury full of carp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilRowe View Post
    The water looks incredibly low at the moment. The whole mouth area is a big sandbar. Are there any viable channels left?
    Sea levels are a bit low as we are just coming out the tail end of a neap tide. It should start picking up shortly

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