Report 22/2/18

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Warwick Outdoors and Sports
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Report 22/2/18

Post by subeditor » Thu Feb 22, 2018 11:42 am

LESLIE DAM: Leslie Dam is fairly quiet for this time of year, with not too many bag limits being filled. We received reports of smaller Golden Perch being on the move in the main basin, with bait anglers landing a few in the afternoons. Shrimps seemed to be the most successful form of bait. Anglers hopping or jigging blades continue to pick up the odd better quality Golden Perch, mainly in the main basin. Anglers targeting Murray Cod are finding things a little tough at present, with reports of a few smaller fishing being landed on spinnerbaits. The best of these fish measured in at 64cm and was landed on Friday afternoon by an angler from Gatton.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: The Condamine River remains fairly consistent with previous weeks, with anglers fishing on the eastern side of town seeing the best results. Numbers haven’t been great in town, however an angler from Toowoomba managed to pick up a few smaller Golden Perch upstream of the O O Madsen Bridge on a Whiptail Pig on Friday afternoon. Anglers fishing from their kayaks in the Murrays Bridge area reported on landing a few nice Golden perch on TN60 Jackalls.

COOLMUNDA DAM: Anglers fishing at Coolmunda are landing a few better quality fish, with reports of two legal sized Murray Cod being landed over the past week. Both of these fish were landed on bright coloured lures in under 6 foot if water. We also received reports of a few legal sized Golden Perch being landed on shrimps along the creek.

Warwick Outdoors and Sports
115 Palmerin Street
Warwick QLD 4370
Ph: 07 4661 3533

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