Report 28/05/14

Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park
Dean Brind (Manager)
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Report 28/05/14

Post by Nicole Penfold » Wed May 28, 2014 9:56 am

Current discharge: 489 ML per day.
Water level current: 55.5 %
Current inflow: 1499 ML per day.
Water level: 21/05/14 55.2 %
Water visibility: up to 1 metres in main basin
Rain last 7 days = 22 mm
Forecast Weather: Looks like the fine weather has come to an end. 30 mm of rain is predicted for the weekend. 21.5 mm in the rain gauge on Wednesday morning. Temperatures will range between 9 & 18 deg C and there will be winds up to 10 kmh.
New Moon = May 29th, Full Moon = June 13th
Water Temperature: 17-20 deg

Murray Cod
We have a new moon this week, which is my favourite time to fish Burrinjuck. The last week has seen some fantastic weather and some fantastic fish were also caught. We had our first 1 metre cod, for quite some time, caught around Macey’s Bay and released by the guys from the Gundagai Anglers Club. Still waiting on the promised photo. The catch rates have remained about the same as last week with mostly smaller fish being picked up on the troll. A few fish are also being picked up by the bait fisherman bobbing around trees with shrimp or yabbies or off the bank in the evenings.

Yellow Belly
Have continued as they have for several weeks now. Bait fishing deep on trees in the Bidgee Arm. John managed 7 yellows on shrimp in under an hour averaging 50 cm. Not all trees are producing fish so it is either a matter of keep moving around till you find that tree in 30 to 60 feet of water. Lure guys continue to do it tough with no reports coming in from the lure fishermen at all this week.

Redfin
No reports

Trout
No reports

Park News
Accommodation is now booked up for the June long weekend. There are still plenty of powered sites and unpowered camping. Yes you can have a camp fire. Must be in a drum or established fire pit. Bring your own cut wood or you can purchase a bag at the shop.

Dean Brind
Manager Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park

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