A very early Monday morning dry fly fish on the Yarra River at Millgrove. Two fish almost caught, they were just a little faster than me. The wind made the water a little choppy and put much bark and leaves in the water making it hard to fish but it was
Trudi the Red necked Swamp Wallaby came visiting last night and enjoyed eating a couple of bananas, looks like she has a little Trudi on board.
The wombats were busy last night enjoying the fresh green grass. Because of the dew on the grass this morning their tracks in and out of the forest could be easily seen.
This weeks rain should keep the creeks running nicely until mid February without much top up. Stockdale creek looked nice and clear this morning just next to the wild plum tree. Time to make some jam.
A pleasant Wednesday afternoon walk along River Rd, Millgrove, up Dee Rd, eat some wild plums on Dee rd, then along O'Shannassy Aqueduct to Warburton drinking from an almost ice cold sping along the way. Spot 3 Fly fisher people doing casting practice on
A Monday afternoon trip along the Black Spur and dinner at the Black Spur Inn then a visit to Fernshaw Picnic Ground to see how it is recovering almost 6 years after the Black Saturday bushfires.
A quick hour fly fishing on the Yarra this morning, just before a thunderstorm arrived. The rocks in the Yarra seem a bit more slippery than usual.
Had an Earthquake or Earth tremor just after 6 am this morning. It's probably the 4th biggest one I have ever felt but nowhere near as big as the one just a few years ago that rattled the house for 10 seconds. Apparently the epicentre was about 40 km sou
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