Report 26/06/14

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Report 26/06/14

Post by Nicole Penfold » Thu Jun 26, 2014 5:44 pm

BASS
Cressbrook Dam has produced a few fish on live Shrimp, around the main point in the Bull Creek arm, while soft plastics and shrimp have been successful around the Eagles Nest. Quite a lot of fish still showing at Somerset, and getting them to bite has again been a bit difficult, Pelican Point, Queen Street and the start of the timber at Kirkleigh have been good spots to target, with slow rolled soft plastics, blades and live shrimp picking up a few fish. It’s been a bit hit and miss at Boondooma this week, with soft vibes, soft plastics, ice jigs and blades all picking up the odd fish around Pelican Point and also in the Stuart arm and Moogerah Dam has continued to fish well, with anglers still landing some quality Bass in numerous locations, soft plastics and mask vibes are working the best, with blades also accounting for a few fish.

YELLOWBELLY AND COD
Cooby Dam has seen a few Yellowbelly taking blades and frozen saltwater yabbies in the deeper parts of the dam, while blades and soft vibes have produced a few fish around the weed edges, early morning and late afternoon. Good numbers of Yellowbelly at Coolmunda Dam this week, the deeper parts of the dam and around the timber have been good spots to target and just out from the buoy line, near the wall has seen a few Cod landed on trolled hard bodies. A bit quiet at Leslie Dam this week, with low numbers of Yellowbelly taking TN60 Jackalls, cast to the edges, near the black boys, and there’s still a few fish taking frozen saltwater yabbies in the main basin. Boondooma has seen good quality Yellowbelly taking frozen saltwater yabbies and live worms in the Boyne River arm of the dam and Bjelke Peterson has seen a few fish taken on bait around the timber. As for the rivers, the Macintyre at Goondiwindi has again seen good numbers of Cod hitting surface lures and bigger spinnerbaits, there’s also been a few Yellowbelly taking bait, and the Warwick reaches of the Condamine have produced some good quality Cod on spinnerbaits and hard bodies.

GOLD COAST
Offshore fishing has again seen some good action this week, with the 50’s producing good numbers of Pearl Perch, some decent Wahoo on 9 Mile Reef, while the 24’s and 36’s have seen good numbers of Snapper and Cobia getting about. Inshore fishing saw plenty of action off the beaches, with masses of bait coming in close to shore, where there were plenty of Tailor and Mack Tuna to be had, while the Southport Seaway produced a few Kingies, Tailor and Trevally along the rock walls; and Jewies and Flathead are taking bait and soft plastics around the Jumpinpin bar.

SUNSHINE COAST
Offshore fishing has been pretty good again; there has been some big Tuna up to 30kg getting about, Snapper and Cobia on 12 Mile, Pearl Perch and Snapper at Caloundra wide and a few Mackerel are still hanging around Brays Rock. Inshore fishing has seen the Maroochy River producing Bream around the trawlers; Caloundra is fishing well for Bream and Luderick off the Boardwalk, a few Flathead at the mouth of Bells Creek, the Noosa River has seen Trevally and Tailor taking soft plastics in Woods Bay, the open beaches have produced a few Dart and the headlands have been good for a few Tailor.

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Re: Weekly Report 26/06/14

Post by Nicole Penfold » Thu Jun 26, 2014 5:44 pm

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