Report 14/8/15

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Report 14/8/15

Post by subeditor » Fri Aug 14, 2015 3:27 pm

LESLIE DAM: There was some quality Golden Perch landed at Leslie Dam over the weekend. Anglers trolling hard lures had a little more success than previous weeks. These fish weren’t quite as deep as they have been. Anglers trolling the eastern bank, from the Washpool to the boat ramps, landed some nice fish. There was only a few Golden Perch landed on live and frozen bait. We received reports of a fish being landed at Cod Alley, up near the Black Boys and near the Ski Club.

CONNOLLY DAM: Connolly Dam anglers reported on things remaining much the same as previous weeks. There were a few legal sized Golden Perch landed, with bait being the most successful. Numbers weren’t great but the fish landed were quality fish.

COOLMUNDA DAM: Anglers have reported on some quality Golden Perch being landed at Coolmunda Dam over the weekend. Some anglers had more success than others, with spinnerbaits and TN60 Jackalls proving to be the most successful. Shrimps and saltwater yabbies accounted for some nice fish in the southern end of the dam.

MOOGERAH DAM / MAROON DAM: There was some good quality Bass landed in the main basin over the weekend. There were a few fish landed on shrimps in the timber, with some quality fish landed on OSP Soft Plastics and Jackall Genes.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: The Condamine River continues to fish quite well, with reports of several legal sized Murray Cod landed. These fish measured in excess of 70cm, with the majority of them falling to spinnerbaits. The most successful spots were Killarney, Murrays Bridge, Canningvale, Pratten and several spots in the town area.



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