Report 21/10/16

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Report 21/10/16

Post by subeditor » Fri Oct 21, 2016 9:07 am

LESLIE DAM: Leslie Dam remains consistent with some quality Golden Perch being landed over the past week and into the weekend. The windy conditions made it difficult to fish the open water in the main basin. We received reports of Golden Perch being landed on a variety of lures. Anglers trolling hard body lures (diving to approximately 15 foot) landed some nice Golden Perch between Cod Alley and the “Black Boys”. Campers at the Washpool also reported on some nice Golden and Silver Perch being landed from the bank on worms and saltwater yabbies. We received a report of a 72cm Murray Cod landed on a trolled spinnerbait in the rocky area opposite the dam wall. Blades and mask vibes accounted for a few Golden Perch in the main basin. There were reports of a few small Murray Cod also on the move.

CONNOLLY DAM: Silver Perch at Connolly Dam were active over the weekend, with some solid fish being landed, some measuring 46cm in length. One local angler landed four Silver Perch and two Golden Perch on a worm and saltwater yabby cocktail while fishing from the bank on Friday afternoon. We also received reports of a few quality Golden Perch being landed on bait as well as anglers casting crankbaits from the bank.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: Anglers fishing the Condamine River below the Bacon Factory landed a few legal sized Golden Perch on shrimps on Saturday afternoon. These anglers also removed six big European Carp removed from the river. A young Warwick angler landed a lovely 42cm Golden Perch from his kayak upstream of the Scots Weir on Sunday morning. Anglers are also reporting on some quality Golden Perch being landed in and around the Stanthorpe area, with bait anglers seeing the best results. The Macintyre Brook, around the Inglewood area, is also fishing reasonably well. The water level in the Brook fluctuates with water from Coolmunda Dam.

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

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