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Report 11/7/17

Posted: Fri Jul 14, 2017 3:29 pm
by Nicole Penfold
LESLIE DAM: The Golden Perch landed at Leslie Dam over the past week have been larger than previous week. These quality fish were landed in the deeper water in the main basin. Frozen shrimps and saltwater yabbies are working well at the moment. Anglers fishing along the eastern bank also managed to land some nice fish in comparison to previous weeks. We received reports of some solid Golden Perch being landed in the deeper water near the Washpool Camping Reserve. Anglers fishing with lures also had some success, with the majority of Golden Perch being landed close or hard on the bottom. For this reason blades, mask vibes and plastics are all working the best for the lure anglers. We received a report from a Clifton angler who managed to land three legal sized Golden Perch while trolling a Southern Cross Jackass around the Black Boys. Anglers also reported on a few smaller Murray Cod on the move.

MAROON DAM: Anglers at Maroon landed some quality Bass in comparison to previous weeks. Most of these fish are falling in or just off the weed banks. We received reports of a few Bass being landed on plastics and ice-jigs.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: The Condamine River continues to fish quite well, with a few solid Golden Perch being landed on bait in the town area. Anglers fishing on the eastern side of Warwick are having more success with lures, with some nice fish being landed around Killarney and Murrays Bridge. We received reports of legal sized Golden Perch being landed in the Pratten and Clifton areas.

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Warwick QLD 4370
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