Report 20/5/16

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Report 20/5/16

Post by subeditor » Fri May 20, 2016 9:52 am

LESLIE DAM: Anglers have reported on plenty of fish on the move at Leslie Dam, mainly due to the beautiful weather conditions over the weekend. The bait anglers had the most success, with some lovely Golden Perch being landed in various spots over the dam. There were reports of some quality fish being landed from the bank north of the concrete boat ramps. Frozen shrimps, saltwater yabbies and smaller crays worked the best for the bait anglers. There were also some big Catfish landed on worms. Blades seemed to be the lure of choice for the lure anglers, with some quality fish landed in the deeper water in the main basin. One local angler managed to land four legal sized Golden Perch and an undersized Murray Cod on Sunday afternoon on an OSP Blade.

CONNOLLY DAM: Connolly Dam continues to fish well with some quality fish being landed over the weekend. One local angler reported on landing his bag limit of Golden Perch on shrimps and worms from the bank. We also received reports of two legal sized Murray Cod being landed, with one local angler landing a lovely 67cm in the middle of the day on a saltwater yabby. The other Cod was landed on a mask vibe.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: The Condamine River is in need of a fresh to clear off the duckweed, however it continues to produce a few nice fish. We received a couple of reports of legal sized Murray Cod being landed on spinnerbaits around the Pratten area. In the town area, there were some large Golden Perch on the Mill hole, with one fish weighing in just short of 7 pound. The stretch of water between Scots Weir and OO Madsen Bridge also produced a few smaller Golden perch.

STORM KING DAM: Storm King continues to fish well, with anglers landing some quality fish over the past week. There were plenty of Golden and Silver Perch on the move, with bait proving to be the most successful.

Warwick Outdoors and Sports
115 Palmerin Street
Warwick QLD 4370
Ph: 07 4661 3533

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