Hi all Made the trip to Strathbogie last Tuesday in search of wild mountain women, I mean redfin (I hate auto correct). I took two of my mates sons along as well. The Seven Creeks flows through the town and like many waterways around here...it had some water! On saying that, it wasn't too bad. Water was not filthy and the height had been steady for a couple days after dropping. So I got my rod into the usual hole I fish. Bait of choice was scrubworms! The young guys tried lures as well and they gave it a good go. They tried several holes along the stretch of creek. There is some good looking water there. There was one good looking section of water that we never tried! Not absolutely sure but it may have something to do with this! The boys spotted it as soon as we got out of the car. It didn't concern them too much! However, nobody passed this log to access the nearby water for the rest of the day. So...how did we fare? Not to well! The boys missed out on a fish. But they did see their first Koala in the wild. They still had a ball. Of course you can rely on Bender to ensure a fish is caught! Hard to judge size but you may get an idea by the size of the bait! cheers Team Bender Ever reliable!