Report 9/10/15

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Report 9/10/15

Post by subeditor » Fri Oct 09, 2015 10:56 am

LESLIE DAM: Anglers at Leslie Dam have commented on things being a little quiet, particularly early in the weekend, with only a few legal sized fish being landed. Most of the Golden Perch were landed while trolling hard body lures, in the main basin in approximately 20 foot of water. There were also a few Golden Perch landed in the deeper water out from the boat ramp on blades and tail spinners. These fish were hard on the bottom. Shrimps proved to be the most successful bait, but numbers weren’t huge.

CONNOLLY DAM: Connolly Dam saw a few nice fish landed over the past week. There were some nice Golden and Silver perch landed, as well as a few Catfish. The majority of these fish were landed on bait, with saltwater yabbies proving to be the most successful.

MOOGERAH / MAROON DAM: The Bass at Moogerah have been a little tight lipped, with most of the fish being landed in or just off the timber towards the back of the dam. There has been a lot of boat traffic which made fishing in the timber more pleasurable. Spinnerbaits, blades and mask vibes all caught fish, with shrimps also accounting for a few fish.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: The Condamine River continues to fish well, with reports of fish being landed in various locations. One local angler caught and released a 15 pound Murray Cod on a purple and black Jaz Spinnerbait. There were several quality Golden Perch landed on both lures and bait. One angler had good success in the Mill Hole early on Saturday morning. He managed to land 4 legal sized Golden Perch on a small hard body lure. There were reports of fish being landed at Murrays Bridge, Pratten and in the Killarney area. We also received several reports of quality fish being landed in the Stanthorpe and Ballandean areas.



CLOSED MURRAY COD SEASON

A spawning season closure applies to all Queensland water 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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