Report 11/7/19

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Report 11/7/19

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Jul 12, 2019 3:57 pm

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Cressbrook Dam
Anglers have had a very successful 2 weeks on the water since the lake re opened. Its been a case of big bass and plenty of them, being a small lake it does tend to struggle with boat pressure, Spoons and tailspinners have been the go too lures for these schooled fish, The main Lake points are holding great numbers of fish, around that 30 foot seems to be the magic mark.

Somerset Dam
Good reports coming from the lake over the last few weeks, majority of anglers getting their fair share of fish, we are coming into the best time of year where Somerset can fish unbelievably well. The top end of the dam around the Kirkliegh and Queen street flats have been the go too areas for the larger fish. Metal blades and Spoons having the most success.

Leslie Dam
A little slower this week due to the colder weather, the fish are holding very tight to the bottom and sitting close to the edge of the creek bed, Jigging soft vibes or Zx blades have been by the far the best for the lure fisherman, trolling larger Spinnerbaits and Mumblers picking up the odd smaller cod or larger yellow belly. The bait anglers have had the upper hand while the fish have been a little lethargic.

Glenlyon Dam
This lake gets a little left behind cause of its larger brother Copeton, it can be just as good of a fishery, just this week we have heard 2 fish over the magic meter mark caught on surface and its only gonna get better as it cools down towards the end of the month. Fishing the shallower banks with topwater and Gantarels will be your best bet. Fishing the edge of the creek bed along the timber line has fished well for yellow belly, always a good alternative when the Cod fishing is a little tough during the day.

Coepton Dam
Good reports coming in over the last few weeks, the afternoon/night bite has been the pick of the bite times, the Jackall Gantarel and Gigantarel speak for them selves and have been the number 1 Swimbaits for this lake, still the shallower points and bays have proved to be where the fish are holding. Coming into the Full Moon these fish may push a little shallower and can be when Mumblers and Spinnerbaits come into their own.

Moreton Bay
This time of year is always great time to the bay as the larger snapper move in on the shallower reefs and make them a little easier to target. The southern end of peel island is always a good starting point. Harry Atkinson reef has fished well over the winter so far and has produced some good snapper and smaller parrot. Targeting these fish with small plastics is a good option for the light tackle enthusiast, otherwise pilchards and squid will always be a great option

Fish N Bits
Ph: 07 4636 6850
340 Alderley St, Toowoomba, Q 4350


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Ryan Bayles caught this cracking fish on a recent too Copeton, Jackall Gantarel being the lure of choice.

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