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Report 3/4/18

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Apr 06, 2018 4:50 pm

Leslie Dam: Leslie Dam saw a busy Easter weekend, with plenty of campers and locals making the most of the weather conditions. Anglers continue to land plenty of fish along the bank on bait. We received reports of both Golden and Silver Perch being landed in various spots along the eastern bank on shrimps and worms. There were also reports of plenty of Catfish on the move. The lure anglers also experienced success, with several reports of small Golden Perch being landed on blades. Anglers reported on 3 legal sized Murray Cod, with the largest measuring 83cm, being landed on a lure. There were also several undersized Murray Cod landed over the past week.

Connolly Dam: Connolly Dam continues to fish well for anglers from their kayaks as well as from the bank. There have been some nice Silver Perch landed in bait along the eastern bank. Anglers fishing from their kayaks experienced success when trolling brighter coloured TN Jackalls .

Rivers and Creeks: The Condamine River saw a lot more activity over the Easter long weekend, with most of the local camping spots at capacity. Anglers fishing in the town area continue to land some quality Golden Perch on hard body lures, with Stumpjumpers being the most successful. We received reports from various locations of some nice Golden Perch being landed on bait as well as lures. There were also some big Carp removed from our local waterways. Anglers also commented of some smaller Murray Cod on the move.

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

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