Report 27/3/18

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Report 27/3/18

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Mar 02, 2018 3:47 pm

LESLIE DAM: Leslie Dam remains quiet with not too many anglers reporting on big numbers. Most bait anglers struggled to reach double figures even though there were plenty of fish sitting in around 7.5 metres of water. They just wouldn’t bite. Anglers trolling from the Washpool to the Black Boys managed to land the odd fish. Blades and mask vibes continue to be the most successful lure for casting. Anglers reported on several small Murray Cod on the move.

CONNOLLY DAM: Anglers fishing from the bank landed a few better fish, with some big Silver Perch being landed on worms. Anglers fishing the weed also landed a few Golden Perch on shrimps and yabbies. Anglers trolling TN60 Jackalls from their kayaks along the western bank reported on Golden Perch being landed over the weekend.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: The Condamine River saw a few more fish being landed than last week, particularly for the lure anglers. A local angler caught and released a legal sized Murray Cod upstream of the O O Madsen Bridge on a Stumpjumper. Anglers also reported on a few more Golden Perch being landed between the Mill Hole and Warwick High on spinnerbaits and mumblers. Anglers fishing in the Lyndhurst and Pratten areas reported in the Golden Perch being quite active, with spinnerbaits being the lure of choice.

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Warwick QLD 4370
Ph: 07 4661 3533

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