Welcome to Lake Eucumbene
Australia's Premier Year-Round Alpine Water Resort
Old Adaminaby - Anglers Reach - Providence Portal - Buckenderra - Middlingbank - Braemar Bay
Lake Eucumbene is 'the jewel in the crown' of all the Snowy Mountains lakes. It's the largest
lake of the mighty Snowy Mountains Scheme, with over 145 sq km of shoreline. When full,
Lake Eucumbene holds nine times the volume of Sydney Harbour and has an average depth of
over 30 meters.
Fishing on Lake Eucumbene is one of lifes real pleasures. Whether you're fishing from a boat
or the shoreline, there's always the chance you'll land that elusive 'trophy trout'.
Remember, you must have a current NSW Recreational Fishing Licence to fish in the
mountains lakes and rivers - licences are available at local tackle shops, service
stations, caravan parks or NSW Fisheries.
• Coppermine Bay
• Cemetery Point
• Rushy Plains
• Warwick Island
• Seven Gates
• Yens Bay
• Anglers Reach Arm
• Old Adaminaby
Fishing at Lake Eucumbene
If there's a better place in Australia to relax and wet a line than at Lake Eucumbene, I
haven't been there yet!
• Power Bait (Sherbert, Lime
Twist and Rainbow)
• Bardie Grubs
• Scrub Worms
Did you know?
The largest trout caught in lake
Eucumbene is reported to be
10kgs (22lbs). See the pic!
Got a fish tale or fishing report to share? We'd love to publish your Lake Eucumbene fishing story, so why not send it to us (along with a pic or two) and we'll add it to the website.
Useful Fishing Links