Report 7/11/14

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Report 7/11/14

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BASS

Cressbrook Dam has produced some quality Bass again this week, live shrimp are still a good option, and Spinnerbaits have again picked up a few off the steeper banks. Somerset Dam has picked up a bit this week, Queen Street, Bay13 and the Pelican Point areas are all holding fish, with Tailspinners and Blades working well and working the edges with TN60 Jackalls in the timbered area at Kirkleigh has produced some good fish also. Boondooma Dam has seen the Stuart and Boyne arms producing plenty of Bass on spinnerbaits and trolled hard bodies, good numbers of Bass taking live shrimp and trolled hard bodies around Bass Point at Bjelke Peterson, not a lot has changed at Moogerah and Maroon this week, with Moogerah producing good numbers on hard bodies, blades and live shrimp, sticking to the timbered area is the best option and Maroon produced some quality Bass again, targeting the weed edges with live shimp and suspending minnows early morning has given the best results.

YELLOWBELLY AND COD

Cooby Dam has seen black and gold blades picking up some nice fish and for the bait anglers, live shrimp and frozen saltwater yabbies have been successful as well. Very similar at Glenlyon this week, with good numbers of Cod hitting bigger spinnerbaits and trolled hard bodies, while frozen saltwater yabbies, spinnerbaits and hard bodies have worked well for Yellowbelly. Coolmunda has continued to fish well with bag limits being reached quite easily, darker coloured lures have worked well early morning and late afternoon, while brighter colours have been better through the middle of the day and remember, the bag limit is a possession limit, so if you keep 10 Yellowbelly per person one day, you’re breaking the rules if you keep another 10 per person the next day. Leslie Dam continues to fish well, with reports of good numbers being landed, Yellowbelly are very active at the moment with anglers landing fish on a variety of hard body lures and bait, while trolling all over the dam, the area around the "Black Boys" has been one of the more productive areas, there was also reports of a few Cod being landed, the best was 82cm and was taken on a TN60 Jackall. The same story as with the Bass at Boondooma, trolling hard bodies throughout both arms has produced decent numbers, while Bjelke Peterson has seen hard bodies and spinnerbaits working well around the timber and points. As for the rivers, the Macintyre at Goondi has seen quite a few Cod caught and released, with spinnerbaits picking up most of those fish: and the Condamine has again produced good numbers of Yellowbelly and Cod, particularly from Pratten through to Warwick, with bait, hard bodies and spinnerbaits all working well.

GOLD COAST

Offshore fishing has seen Pearl Perch on the northern 50’s and the 24’s and 36’s have produced good numbers of Trag Jew and Cobia, while inshore has produced Kingies and Trevally in the Seaway, the Nerang River has again fished well for Mangrove Jack on hard bodies and live Mullet around the bridges and pylons and even though the numbers are down, the Pin is producing some quality Flathead near Kalinga Bank and Crusoe Island.

SUNSHINE COAST

Offshore fishing has been a little quiet again this week, however those who have ventured out, have picked up Mackerel and Cobia on drifted baits. Inshore fishing has seen Jacks taking live Herring in Bells Creek, plenty of Squid on the top of the tide just out from Kings Beach and also off the Boardwalk, the Maroochy River has fished well for Jacks and Whiting as well as Flathead near the river mouth and the Noosa River has seen good numbers of Jack’s taken on live baits, around the rock walls and pylons, Whiting on surface poppers and the run in tide has seen Trevally and Queen fish hitting metal slugs just inside the river mouth.

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Re: Report 7/11/14

Post by subeditor » Fri Nov 07, 2014 9:42 am

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