Report 13/11/14

John
Warwick Outdoors and Sports
115 Palmerin St, Warwick Q 4370
Ph: 07 4661 3533
www.warwickoutdoor.com.au
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Report 13/11/14

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LESLIE DAM: Leslie Dam continues to fish very well, with anglers landing fish all over the dam. Hard body lures and blades are working well, with both trolling and casting methods working the best. There were plenty of legal sized Golden Perch landed up near the Black Boys, Cod Alley and south of the dam wall. One local angler reported on landing 22 legal sized Golden Perch on Imakatsu Piranhas. There were also several legal sized Murray Cod over the weekend, with a Millmerran angler catching and releasing one estimated to weigh around 60 pound. All types of bait worked, with anglers reporting on good numbers being landed.

CONNOLLY DAM: Connolly Dam is fishing very well at the moment. Local anglers have reported on some good numbers being landed on both lures and bait. Fish have been landed in various spots around the dam, with kayak based anglers picking up some nice fish while trolling hard body lures.

MOOGERAH DAM / MAROON DAM: Both dams are fishing very well at present. There were some nice Bass landed in various spots at Moogerah over the weekend. These fish were caught on a variety of lures, with blades, TN60 Jackalls and Imakatsu Piranhas working the best.

RIVER AND CREEKS: Our local rivers and creeks are fishing very well too. There were good numbers of Golden Perch landed in and around the Warwick town area. The majority of these fish were landed on hard body bibbed lures. The Mill Hole produced some nice fish on mask vibes. There were also some nice Golden Perch caught in the Dalrymple Creek in Allora.



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

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