Weekly Report 30 Jun 11

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Weekly Report 30 Jun 11

Post by Brad » Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:41 pm

The fishing on the Southern Downs is performing reasonably well considering the cold weather. The two local dams in the Warwick Shire, Leslie and Connelly, are still producing a few good fish. Frozen shrimps and live worms are producing best results. If fishing at Leslie, try the bank on the western side of the wall. Connelly Dam is the stand out at the moment, with some local anglers landing some quality Yellowbelly on soft plastics. Atomic Rippers are showing best results at the moment. The river systems around the Warwick area has been a little slow. There are still a few Golden Perch being landed on worms with the odd small Cod to lures. There have been no reports of any legal Cod. The rivers to the south and south-west of Warwick are well worth a fish as most anglers are reporting some quality catches. There are lots of small Cod on the move. Oargee Plows or the Jaz Aussie 200 are accounting for most of them.

The two local Bass dams are fishing quite well. The Bass at Moogerah are scattered so use your finder to locate them. TN50 Jackalls are still the way to go. Maroon is still producing some quality fish. Most are holding tight in the weed. Casting 3/8 Spinnerbaits into these pockets will see some solid hook-ups. If you are in the local area, make sure you call in to Warwick Outdoors and Sports and say g’day to John and Wayne - for expert advice on all your fishing (from kids combo to tournament rigs), boating, hunting and camping requirements.

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