Report 11/9/15

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Report 11/9/15

Post by subeditor » Fri Sep 11, 2015 8:17 am

LESLIE DAM: Anglers at Leslie commented on things remaining much the same as previous weeks. The water temperature is on the incline, which is certainly a positive step forward. Anglers fishing off the eastern bank caught some nice Silver Perch and Catfish on worms. Saltwater yabbies worked well in the main basin. There were a few Golden Perch landed in the main basin while trolling hard body lures. Kezza Mudmouse in purple and green proved to be quite successful. There were also a few fish landed on metal baldes. We received a report of a 68cm Murray Cod being landed on a frozen shrimp opposite the dam wall.

CONNOLLY DAM: Connolly Dam remains fairly consistent, with anglers reporting of some nice fish being landed on bait. Again, the water temperature is on the increase, which will make the fish become more active.

COOLMUNDA DAM: Coolmunda Dam fished reasonably well during the week, with the weekend being a little slower. A local angler landed 7 legal sized Golden Perch on Sunday afternoon, while casting a TN60 Jackall in the deeper water. Blades and mask vibes are still landing a few fish.

MOOGERAH DAM: Moogerah has been a little slow, with most of the fish being landed in the timber. A local angler managed to land 3 legal sized Bass on Saturday morning on soft plastics. Shrimps are also accounting for a few fish.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: The Condamine River fished well over the weekend, with some good numbers of Golden Perch being landed. One local angler had success on Saturday afternoon in the Murrays Bridge area, landing 6 Golden Perch on bibless vibes. Anglers are also picking up some fish just below the Scots Weir and around the Wallace Street Bridge. The Condamine River around Wheatvale and Pratten has been fishing quite well, with several Golden Perch being caught. One young local angler landed 10 Golden Perch on a hard body lure in the Pratten area. Saltwater yabbies have also been working well on Golden Perch and Carp.


Murray Cod
A spawning season closure applies to all Queensland waters contained in the Murray Darling Drainage Division from 1 September to 30 November. An exception to this closed season applies to Beardmore Dam, Beehive Dam, Connolly Dam, Cooby Dam, Coolmunda Dam, Glenlyon Dam, Leslie Dam and Storm King Dam.

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