Fishing at Lake Hamilton – Victoria
Lake Hamilton located in the Western District south west of the Grampians ranges, about 3 hours drive from Melbourne. Covering some 25 hectares, this popular lake was constructed in 1977 by damming the Grange Burn Creek.The lake is popular for all kinds of water activities including rowing, canoeing and swimming. However fishing is the key.
Lake Hamilton contains Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Golden Perch, Estuary Perch, Tench and Redfin.
Stocked Fish: The Lake is stocked annually with brown trout and rainbow trout.
A boat launching ramp is provided.
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