Weekly Report 26/7/13

Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park
Dean Brind (Manager)
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Tony Zann
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Weekly Report 26/7/13

Post by Tony Zann » Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:05 pm

Rain last 7 days: 69 mm
Water level current: 45.2 %
Water level: 17/07/13 42.7%
Current discharge: 1539ML per day.
Current inflow: 1750ML per day.
Water visibility: up to 1.5m
Forecast Weather: We have sunshine and a high barometer for the middle of the week before possible showers and warmer temps across the weekend. A top temp of 16° for Saturday and Sunday with a low of 4°. The winds are also predicted to be only light. Snow could be seen from the boat ramp last weekend.
New Moon = Aug 7. Water temperature: 12°-14°
Murray cod: The weather was terrible last weekend but believe it or not we had some campers and fishermen in for the weekend. Trolling big hardbodies such as Oar-Gees or Invaders and big spinnerbaits in 4m to 6m of water is producing good fish. A couple of cod a day seems to be the average with fish up to 70cm still common. Yabbies fished off the bank at Carrolls Creek also produced some good fish. Trolling the edges of the main basin has been the best.
Yellowbelly: Worms or small yabbies, mostly off the bank over the weekend, were catching fish. Peter from Wallendbeen Fishing Club reported 5 yellows on bait in the terrible weather. The fish are still biting despite the conditions. This weekend is looking like much warmer.
Redfin: No reports This Week
Trout: No reports this week.
Silver Perch: No reports this week
Park News: Excavation works are in full swing behind the cedars. The dirt from here is being used to level the pads for the new cottages 11 & 12. The cedars will now have an all-weather access to the top side of the cottages. Photos will be posted on our Facebook page.
Dean Brind
Manager, Burrinjuck Waters State Park

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