Report 12/2/16

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Warwick Outdoors and Sports
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Report 12/2/16

Post by subeditor » Fri Feb 12, 2016 1:25 pm

LESLIE DAM: Leslie Dam remains reasonably slow, with not too many fish landed over the weekend mainly due to the poor weather conditions. Anglers landed a few Golden Perch late on Sunday afternoon. Most of these fish were landed on bait, with shrimps being the most successful in the main basin. There was also the odd Silver Perch landed on worms. Conditions were fairly slow for the lure anglers. We received reports of a few fish being in the deeper water on blades and mask vibes. Overall, things were a little quiet.

CONNOLLY DAM: Connolly Dam fished well, with some anglers filling their bag limit on Sunday. Connolly is a great option when weather conditions are windy as you can find protection out of the wind in many of the coves located around the dam. Two local anglers landed over 20 Golden Perch on Sunday while using TN60 Jackalls. These anglers located the fish on their sounders. Most of these fish were landed in approximately 15 to 20 foot of water. We also received reports of some quality Golden Perch being landed from the bank on bait. Small crays seemed to work the best when fished hard on the weed edge.

MOOGERAH / MAROON DAM: Moogerah remains fairly consistent, with some great Bass being landed in the deeper water on blades. We also received reports of Bass being landed in the timbered area on trolled hard body lures. Smak Brolga’s seemed to work well for lure anglers.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: The local River and Creek systems are certainly worth a try, as there has been some quality fish landed over the past few days in the town area. We received reports of Golden Perch landed at the Junabee Road Bridge on bait. We received reports of a few fish being landed in the section between Scots Weir and Tiddalik, as well as downstream of the Wallace Street Bridge. There were also a few nice fish landed near the Lyndhurst Lane Bridge during the week.

Warwick Outdoors and Sports
115 Palmerin Street
Warwick QLD 4370
Ph: 07 4661 3533

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