Report 26/3/15

John
Warwick Outdoors and Sports
115 Palmerin St, Warwick Q 4370
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www.warwickoutdoor.com.au
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Report 26/3/15

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LESLIE DAM: Leslie Dam didn’t see any records broken over the past week. Bait anglers did it a little tough. However they did manage to land a few quality Golden Perch. Shrimps and worms proved to be the most successful bait to use. There were also some reasonable sized Silver Perch and Catfish landed on bait. The lure anglers landed fish while casting at the submerged rocks in the main basin. There were also some nice fish landed while trolling hard body lures and casting blades.

CONNOLLY DAM: Connolly Dam has improved slightly, with anglers reporting of a few nice fish landed on both lures and bait. One local angler landed a couple of quality Silver Perch on worms, while another landed some nice Golden Perch on TN60 Jackalls. All of these fish were landed off the bank on the northern side of the dam.

MOOGERAH DAM / MAROON DAM: Anglers at Moogerah Dam saw the best results while trolling hard body lures in the timbered area to the southern part of the dam. The most successful lure has been the Smak Brolga. There were also several fish landed on blades and tailspinners.

COOLMUNDA DAM: Coolmunda Dam fished well over the weekend. Anglers had success on lipless crankbaits around the timber. TN60 Jackalls and Imakatsu Piranhas proved the most successful lures. Live shrimp worked well for the bait fishermen.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: Our local river system continued to fish well over the past week, with reports from several anglers of fish being landed in the town area. One angler managed to land two Golden Perch and an undersized Murray Cod in the Mill Hole on Sunday afternoon on spinnerbaits. There were plenty of Carp landed, with one local angler removing ten of these pests from our local waterways. The majority of these pests were landed on soft plastics. Things were a little quiet to the west of Warwick. The Condamine River is still quite dirty around the Pratten area, due to the heavy storms over the weekend.



CONGRATULATIONS

Congratulations to three inspiring young local anglers who competed in the Berkley Boodooma Brawl (which is part of the Atomic Bass Australia Nation Tournament Series). Cody Haynes came 11th in the Pro division, while James Buchner came 8th and Sean Haynes 9th in the Co-Angler division. Well done boys!!!

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

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