Report 12/6/15

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Report 12/6/15

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BASS

Cressbrook Dam has produced a few Bass again this week, try along the buoy line and out from Deer Island, in the main basin, and from Eagles Nest through to the buoy line, in the Cressbrook Creek arm, soft plastics and blades will give you the best chance of landing a fish, while live shrimp have produced good numbers for the bait anglers. Somerset is still pretty ordinary at the moment, it’s a battle to even find fish, the best option would be looking in and around the timber at Kirkleigh, and using live shrimp should give the best results. Boondooma Dam has again produced some quality Bass on Tailspinners, Blades and Fly around the junction and Pelican Point, while working spinnerbaits tight to the trees in the Boyne arm has been effective as well. At Bjelke Peterson, the bass have been a little harder to catch, but working the banks around bass point with blades or plastics has produced a few and Moogerah has again seen good numbers of quality Bass landed throughout the dam, using soft plastics and soft vibes, in 25-30ft of water.

YELLOWBELLY AND COD
Glenlyon is still producing good numbers of Yellowbelly in around 25-30ft of water; vertically worked Blades have gone well on these fish, while live shrimp and worms have worked well for the bait anglers. Coolmunda Dam has seen a few Yellowbelly caught again this week, frozen saltwater yabbies and live worms have produced the most fish. Leslie Dam remains quiet with not too many anglers having success, there have been a few reports of Silver Perch and Eel Tail Catfish being caught off the bank near the boat ramps on worms, there was also the odd Yellowbelly landed on shrimp and trolled hard bodies around the Black Boys. Boondooma and Bjelke Peterson have produced some quality fish in the main basins, jigging blades and trolling deep diving hard bodies has been good and working spinnerbaits around the timber has produced a few fish as well. As for the rivers, the Macintyre at Goondiwindi and the Dumeresq at Texas have seen Cod hitting surface lures and bigger spinnerbaits, and locally, the Condamine has produced decent numbers of Yellowbelly and Cod at the weirs and popular holes, with spinnerbaits, hard bodies and live bait all working well.

COASTAL FISHING
It was a bit windy over the weekend, but offshore fishing at the Gold Coast has again seen a bit of action this week, with the outer 50’s producing Wahoo, the northern 36’s have been good for Pearl Perch and the 18’s and 24’s have seen a few Cobia and Mulloway getting about. Inshore fishing has seen the Southport Seaway producing plenty of Jewies and Tailor, heaps of Gar on the weed banks; Flathead are taking bait and soft plastics at Kalinga Bank and Jumpinpin and the rock walls in the Nerang River are producing some quality Bream. As for the Sunny Coast, offshore fishing has been pretty good again; Spanish mackerel and Snapper are prominent on most of the reefs at the moment, there’s also some good numbers of Pearl Perch and Cobia getting about as well. Inshore fishing has seen the Maroochy River producing Bream, Trevelly and Tailor around the bridges and rock bars, Caloundra is fishing well for Bream and Luderick off the Boardwalk, Flathead throughout the passage and Whiting out from the power boat club, while at Noosa, good numbers of Flathead in the river, plenty of Bream around any sort of structure and a few Trevally have been hitting surface lures around the river mouth.

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Luke Southwell landed this Condamine Yellowbelly last weekend, using a live shrimp.

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Re: Report 12/6/15

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