Report 1/9/15

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Report 1/9/15

Post by Nicole Penfold » Thu Sep 03, 2015 1:19 pm

LESLIE DAM: Leslie Dam has started to fire up, with some nice fish being landed over the weekend. There were several Golden Perch landed as well a few Murray Cod. One angler caught and released a beautiful 112cm Murray Cod from a kayak near the dam wall on a timber lure. Blades, plastics, lipless crankbaits and hard body trolled lures worked well. There were also a few fish landed on shrimps in the deeper water.

CONNOLLY DAM: Connolly Dam anglers reported on a few more Golden Perch being landed over the past week. These fish were landed in various spots around the dam. Worms worked well, with one angler landing two Silver Perch and one Golden Perch off the eastern bank.

COOLMUNDA DAM: Coolmunda Dam is certainly worth a try, with several reports of quality Golden Perch as well as a legal sized Murray Cod being landed towards the narrow part of the dam. Soft lipless vibes are still working quite well. Shrimps and saltwater yabbies accounted for a few legal sized Golden Perch on Saturday afternoon in the deeper water in the main basin.

MAROON DAM: Anglers fishing Maroon landed some larger Bass on shrimps in the creek entrance as well as along the southern bank. We received reports of a few Bass also being landed on surface lures.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: Anglers reported on the Condamine River being a little slower than previous weeks. Anglers experienced some success in the Killarney area on spinnerbaits as well as larger hard body lures. In the town area, anglers managed to land a few fish near the Wallace Street Bridge and below the Mill Hole.

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Warwick QLD 4370
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