Report 13/4/18

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Report 13/4/18

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Apr 13, 2018 4:11 pm

Cooby Dam
This past week at Cooby has slowed down a little weather with the warmer weather settling in, still some reasonable amounts of yellow belly being caught, persistence is the key. The bait anglers are having the most success with saltwater yabbies.

Somerset Dam
Some good fish being caught earlier on in the week at Somerset, trolling seems to be the most productive, dragging deep diving hardbodies like the Poltergeist bumping into the bottom has picked up some big bass and yellow belly, while spoons and plastics fished slowly along the bottom has also worked quite well.

Moogerah Dam
Haven’t heard much from this lake for quite some time, its defiantly worth the trip, quite large numbers of fish have been caught all over the lake, casting blades and tailspinners to the schooled fish has worked well.

Coolmunda Dam
Getting some good attention now and for the right reason, some great cod have been caught in the past few weeks, casting 1/2oz or 5/8oz spinnerbaits has accounted for some massive fish. The other anglers are having some good success jigging zx40’s close to the timber also saltwater a yabbies are going great for the bait anglers.

Copeton Dam
Producing some reasonable fish this past week as its getting closer to the new moon, fishing early mornings with swimbaits like the Jackall Gantarel and top water wake baits like the Mudeye snake will be your best bet for a Copteon beast! During the day throwing baits like the Bassman Mumbler into steeper banks has worked wonders.

Gold Coast inshore and Broadwater
Its that time of year where the saltwater fishing comes into its own, as large bream have showed up in number all along the Broadwater. Fishing the northern wall of the spit is holding some great fish. The inshore species are well on the move and been a little harder to stay on top of, Long tail tuna have showed up just outside the Jumpinpin, casting stickbaits and slugs is by far the pick of the lures.

Tip of the week
Time Management searching and finding that right bank or spot during the day as takes the guess work out when it counts. It is a must to be fishing your location/bank when you know the fish will only feed early morning or late afternoon for that half an hour or even less, you don’t want to be travelling spot too spot when the fish are willing to feed.


Fish N Bits
Ph: 07 4636 6850
340 Alderley St, Toowoomba, Q 4350

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Adam Krautz with a 109cm Cod from Coolmunda.

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