Report 22/4/16

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Report 22/4/16

Post by subeditor » Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:27 am

LESLIE DAM: Leslie Dam has seen anglers land some reasonable numbers of Golden Perch on trolled hard body lures and bait. The most successful spot was in between the Washpool Camping Reserve and the Black Boys. One local angler landed four legal sized Golden Perch and a smaller Murray Cod on a Feral Cat Hard Body. Purple, black and green were all popular and successful colours. Anglers using bait in the main basin also saw a few legal sized Golden Perch. Shrimps and saltwater yabbies accounted for the majority of these fish. There were plenty of undersized Golden Perch landed on bait.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: Anglers are reporting that the Condamine River has been quieter than previous weeks. We received reports of a few Golden Perch being landed at Murray Bridge on spinnerbaits. Anglers reported on a few Golden Perch being landed just to the east of Killarney on shrimps and crays. We also received reports from Emu Creek, with legal sized Golden Perch falling to spinnerbaits, with lighter colours working the best. Anglers fishing from their kayaks around the bridge on the Pratten-Clifton Road managed to land a few Golden Perch. Throwing spinnerbaits at the structure was a method that seemed to work the best.

MOOGERAH DAM / MAROON DAM: Anglers fishing Maroon over the weekend reported on some solid Bass being landed, some up to 46cm in length. Most fish are holding tight in the weed, therefore casting soft plastics tight in the weed worked the best. There were also as few Bass landed in the deeper water on blades, ice-jigs and tail spinners. Moogerah is also worth a try, with some quality fish being landed over the weekend. Most of the fish are holding in the deeper water in the main basin. Fish are being landed on a variety of lures, with anglers using blades seeing the best results.

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