Report 28/3/17

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Report 28/3/17

Post by Nicole Penfold » Wed Mar 29, 2017 1:51 pm

LESLIE DAM: Reports received from anglers at Leslie Dam indicated numbers being a little down on previous weeks. Most anglers are commenting on the size of Golden Perch, with it being hard to land a legal sized fish. Anglers fishing off the bank near the Washpool landed several legal sized Catfish and Silver Perch on worms. There were a few nice fish landed in the main basin on lures, with blades, mask vibes and plastics working well. Anglers had success on Sunday morning while trolling lures, however most of the Golden perch landed were under size. There was also a few smaller Murray Cod landed on lures.

CONNOLLY DAM: Anglers fishing at Connolly have had reasonable success over the past week, with some nice fish being landed. Anglers reported on good sized Golden and Silver Perch being landed from the bank on worms and shrimps. Anglers casting smaller spinnerbaits and TN50 Jackalls also landed a few legal sized fish.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: The Condamine River saw a slight fresh during the week, which has slowed things down for the lure anglers. However, the bait anglers reported on some nice fish being landed to the east and west of Warwick. We received reports of some good numbers of Golden Perch being landed between Killarney and Canningvale. We also received reports of Golden Perch being landed upstream of the O.O Madsen Bridge and in the Mill Hole.

MAROON DAM: Maroon is fishing well at the moment with some solid Bass being landed over the weekend. Anglers reported on landing some nice Bass on spinnerbaits and beetlespins while fishing the weed edges.

Product of the week: Westin Danny the Duck. It's well known that cod take a fancy to ducklings when they get the chance, and now you can offer that meal thanks to this impressive Westin lure that took a full two years to develop. It is designed to be fished very shallow, and with the rod tip held high you can ensure he breaks the surface.



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