Report 19/3/15

Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park
Dean Brind (Manager)
Ph: 02 6227 8114
manager@burrinjuckwaters.com.au
www.inlandwaters.com.au
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Report 19/3/15

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Fishing & Lake Report 18/03/2015
Current discharge: 490 ML per day.
Water level 17/03/15: 32.1 %
Current inflow: 260 ML per day.
Water level 10/03/2015: 32.9%
Water visibility: up to 1 metres
Rain past 7 days : 0.0mm

Forecast Weather: Mostly fine for the weekend. Temps between 13 & 27 with light winds. Chance of shower on Sunday
New Moon = March 20th Full Moon = April 4th Water Temperature: 23 deg

Murray Cod: Not a lot of reports this week, however trolling bigger lures and spinner baits remains your best chance of landing a fish. The lures need to be bumping the bottom so lure selection will govern trolling depth. The Murray cod will be looking to bulk up before winter as the water begins to cool off. The outflows have also slowed to normal levels hopefully leaving plenty of water for Easter.

Yellow Belly: The park played host to the Australian Yellow Belly championships over the weekend. 41 teams competed in beautiful weather. The bite was tough with most competitors opting to fish plastic grubs amongst the trees. A total of 297 fish were measured by the marshals over the 13.5 hrs of fishing. 11 teams managed a full bag each session. Jamie Loomes & Paul Brown took out first place for the second comp in a row with a total length of 5222 mm followed in 2nd place by Tim & Matt Papworth just 67mm behind. Most of the teams fished trees in 30 + foot of water from the Yass River Junction back to Scrubby. Biggest Yellow for the weekend was 60 cm. The average size was 409mm. We also hosted 2 other fishing clubs over the weekend with the general consensus being tough fishing. Trolling for yellows has been slow with most fish holding deep on trees. The bait fisherman have been fairing better amongst the timber.

Redfin: Are quiet with only the odd fish being caught.

Carp: Plenty being caught on worms, corn & bread. Or even fly.

Park News: 30,000 Yellow Belly & 30,000 Silver perch fingerlings were released today at Burrinjuck Dam along with releases to both the Yass Dam & Yass weir.

Dean Brind, Manager Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park.

Dean Brind
Manager Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park
Ph: 02 62278114
manager@burrinjuckwaters.com.au

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Re: Report 19/3/15

Post by subeditor » Thu Mar 19, 2015 1:53 pm

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