Report 31/7/18

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Report 31/7/18

Post by Nicole Penfold » Wed Aug 29, 2018 4:34 pm

Leslie Dam: Leslie Dam is fishing well, with some great fish being landed over the past week. We received numerous reports of good numbers of Golden Perch being landed in the main basin, with some anglers landing over 30 Golden Perch in a session. Most Golden Perch are in the deeper water at the moment so sinking soft vibes are working well for the lure anglers. Murray Cod were more active during the week, with several reports of legal sized fish being landed. One local angler landed a magnificent Murray Cod over the weekend. It measured 115cm and was landed on a hard body lure.

Connolly Dam: Connolly Dam us a little slow a the moment. Anglers are landing a few smaller Golden Perch along the bank on worms and saltwater yabbies. There was also a few legal sized Silver Perch landed on bait. Afternoons seem to be fishing better than mornings. We received two reports of smaller Murray Cod being landed on spinnerbaits along the western side of the dam.

Rivers and Creeks: The Condamine River remains quiet. The area between the Mill Hole and Warwick High was the most productive in the town area, with a local angler and his son landing one legal sized Golden Perch and three under sized fish on Sunday afternoon on bait. Anglers fishing in the Murrays Bridge and Cullendore area reported on a few smaller Golden Perch. Killarney anglers fishing upstream of the town, landed the odd legal sized fish on spinnerbaits and crays.


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

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