Report 23/10/15

Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park
Dean Brind (Manager)
Ph: 02 6227 8114
manager@burrinjuckwaters.com.au
www.inlandwaters.com.au
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Report 23/10/15

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Oct 23, 2015 4:17 pm

Current discharge: 6000 ML per day.
Water level 20/10/15: 70 %
Current inflow: 1500 ML per day.
Water level 07/10/15: 71%
Water visibility: up to 3 metres
Rain past 7 days: 1.0 mm
Forecast Weather: weekend fine & mostly sunny with temps 8-26°C. Light winds, chance of late shower Sunday. Rain forecast for Wednesday
Full Moon = October 27th New Moon = November 12th
Water Temperature: 23-25 deg
Murray Cod: Closed Season 1st September – 30th November

Yellow Belly: The fishing has been very good for the past few weeks. Fishing amongst the trees with bait, lures or plastics is bringing the most success. Most reports have been from the Bidgee arm however we had a few reports from around Wade Island also this weekend with the water temps also up over 20 degrees C. Plenty of fish around the 50 cm mark are being caught. Live shrimp or small yabbies for the bait fisherman. The lure reports have been varied with the depth being more important. Trolling small hard bodies or crank baits. Most of the fish are coming from shallower water with shallow running lures. The guys casting lures are also doing OK with Jackalls, mask vibes or small spinnerbaits. Best areas remain Scrubby up to Shaws. We have had some good catch rates from the park fore shore in the evenings using shrimp, worms and yabbies. We have 20mm of rain predicted for midweek so hopefully this will spice things up for the weekend.

Redfin: Are becoming a regular catch on the troll and quite a few are being picked up on worms.

Carp: There have been some very big carp being caught along the park fore shore with many over 70cm. Worms, bread. None taking lures as yet but this generally happens during summer.

Park News: 1/ fires are still on for this weekend but will be on a week to week basis. You will need to bring your own wood or we have a limited supply available at the office.

The sewer upgrade works are continuing with the power sites being dug up over the next 2 weeks. I apologies for some dust in advance. Some occasional rain would be most welcome.

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

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