Report 28/9/17

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Report 28/9/17

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Oct 06, 2017 3:21 pm

Cooby Dam
Some great reports coming in this week from Cooby, all around the lake have been producing big numbers of fish. Trolling shallow hardbodies close to the weed have been the most productive method, while casting or jigging ZX blades to the weed edge has claimed plenty of great yellow belly. Salt water yabbies and live shrimp have been working well for the bait anglers.

Cressbrook Dam
Still plenty of action this week at Cressbrook, just have to time it right to get the bites, early morning has been the best bite period, with this hot weather the fish have come out into the main basin and have suspended into deeper water off the predominant points. Cast Spoons and Tailspinners have been the lure of choice.

Coolmunda Dam
Mixed reports from Coolmunda this past week, with the weather warming up we should see the yellow belly get quite active in the shallower water, along the rock wall there has been some good fish getting caught, ZX blades and Jackall tn50’s getting some good fish, while trolling the timber with Jackalls and hardbodies has been another good option. For the bait Anglers saltwater yabbies and worms have been the pick of the baits.

Somerset Dam
Somerset is still the pick of the local dams this week, with some big bass getting caught, multiple schools have been located all throughout the dam, the spit pelican point and red rock are holding plenty of fish. Spoons, Tailspinners and plastics have been getting most of the fish, main points where a 40foot flat is close to the old creek bed is where you will find the active fish.

Bjelkie Peterson Dam
The fishing is red hot at BP this week with large numbers of bass and yellow belly being caught, there has been great edge bite early mornings and into the afternoon, targeting these fish with Jackall tn60’s and spinnerbaits will be your best bet, gulp minnow grubs and small metal blades have been the lure of choice once the fish have moved off the banks. While live shrimp and saltwater yabbies have been working a treat for bait anglers.

Gold coast inshore
The long tail tuna are starting to move, good reports of big fish have been caught from the gold coast seaway all the way to outside the Jumpinpin bar, throwing medium to large sinking stick baits and metal slugs will be your best bet.

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Ph: 07 4636 6850
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Kate Oster with a Stunning Example of a Bjelkie Peterson Yellowbelly picked up on Brown Dog Jackall TN60.
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