Report 18/12/17

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Report 18/12/17

Post by Nicole Penfold » Thu Dec 21, 2017 10:32 am

LESLIE DAM: Anglers at Leslie Dam are having more success than previous weeks, with some good numbers of Golden Perch being landed during the week and into the weekend. Kayak anglers using bait landed some quality Golden Perch opposite the dam on Friday. Worms have been working well for the bait anglers, with shrimps also landing some nice fish in the main basin. Murray Cod have also been quite active, with anglers trolling hard body lures and spinnerbaits picking up some nice fish. These fish were landed in the main basin and in the upper reaches of the dam.

CONNOLLY DAM: Golden Perch have remained a little tight lipped at Connolly, with only a few reports of legal sized fish being landed over the weekend. Worms and saltwater yabbies accounted for these fish which were landed from the bank. Smaller hard body lures also landed the odd Golden Perch in the deeper water towards the dam wall.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: The Condamine River saw a slight improvement, with some better fish being landed during the week. Anglers fishing near the town area reported on a few more legal sized Murray Cod on the move. We received several reports of Golden Perch being landed on the eastern side of town on both bait and lures.

GLENLYON DAM: Anglers have landed some lovely Murray Cod at Glenlyon over the past week, with several fish measuring around the 90cm mark. Most of these fish were landed on spinnerbaits and larger hard body lures. There were also some nice Golden Perch landed on Mumblers.

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Warwick QLD 4370
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