Weekly Report 16/10/2013

Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park
Dean Brind (Manager)
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Weekly Report 16/10/2013

Post by fishingmonthly » Wed Oct 16, 2013 9:58 am

Rain last 7 days: 5mm
Water level current: 65.9 %
Water level: 09/10/13 67.8%
Current discharge: 6040 ML per day.
Current inflow: 1380 ML per day.
Water visibility: up to 2.5 metres in main basin

Forecast Weather: Showers on Thursday then mostly sunny for the weekend, temps between 5 & 31 degrees. Winds up to 12 kmh on Sunday.
Full Moon = Oct 19th
New Moon = Nov 3rd
Water Temperature: 15 - 17 deg

Murray Cod: (Closed Season) 3 months from 1st September.

Yellow Belly: Good reports again this week from both lure and bait fisherman. The winds have certainly not been kind over the last week. The boys from Illabo managed 20 yellows between them bait fishing with worms around Scrubby. Yabbies are also starting to account for a few fish with the biggest being a 58 & 59 cm caught in the Bidgee Arm. Trolling Lures such as no 2 & 3 stump jumpers, Small AC Invaders and Stucky’s has also been producing good numbers of yellows with reports coming in from Scrubby down to Cave Island with a lot of fish between 40 to 50 cm being taken. Purple and Black are always a good colour choice.

Redfin: A few being picked up on the troll.

Trout: No reports This Week.

Silver Perch: No reports this week.

Carp : Heaps & Heaps are being caught at the moment, worms are the main bait being used. Plenty being caught around the dam edges.
Park News: The 39th Annual Burrinjuck Convention is fast approaching and will be held at the park on the 1st, 2nd & 3rd of November.

Phone 0405721118

Entry forms also available at the BWSP office. We have no cabins left for that weekend so powered sites and camping will be the only option.
BWSP Office 02 62278114 for booking of powered sites.
No need to book for camping.
Camp fires still allowed on a week by week basis. Must be in a fire bucket or established fire pit or BBQ.

Dean Brind
Manager, Burrinjuck Waters State Park

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