Report 27/11/15

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Report 27/11/15

Post by subeditor » Fri Nov 27, 2015 1:52 pm

LESLIE DAM: We received numerous reports of some good fish being landed at Leslie Dam over the weekend. There were a few more Golden Perch landed on trolled lures. Anglers had success trolling the main basin, with one angler reporting on 6 legal sized Golden Perch on Sunday afternoon before the storm. He was using a green and black Predatek Boomerang. A Clifton angler managed to land a 76cm Murray Cod on a black Mask Vibe while fishing in the deeper water. There were also several small Murray Cod landed. Shrimps are proving to be the most successful for the bait anglers, with some good numbers being landed over the past week or so.

CONNOLLY DAM: There hasn’t been much change at Connolly. Anglers are still landing a few nice Golden and Silver Perch on bait. There have also been some Catfish landed over the past week.

MOOGERAH DAM / MAROON DAM: Moogerah Dam has seen some quality Bass being landed in the timber on lures, with a few more reports received than previous weeks. TN60 Jackalls, Piranhas and Blades are all working well. Anglers also reported on some nice Bass being landed in the gorge on shrimps. Anglers at Maroon have landed a few Bass in the main basin on soft plastics. There were also a few Bass landed on the weed edges on spinnerbaits.

RIVERS AND CREEKS: The Condamine River remains dirty with anglers still landing some reasonable Golden Perch on bait in and around the town area. We received reports of some Golden Perch being landed around the Pratten area. Anglers in the Killarney area are also landing some nice Golden Perch. Sandy Creek is definitely worth a try, with one local angler landed some lovely Golden Perch being landed on Friday afternoon on small green hard body lures.


THURSDAY, 26 November 2015 at the Warwick Golf Club starting at 4:00pm. There were will a follow up meeting to discuss and refresh everyone’s memories on the importance of preventing new pest fish becoming established in the Condamine River system. The meeting will look at the risks pest fish post to the Condamine Catchment and the increasing threat tilapia pose to the Murray-Darling Basin. It will also discuss how to restore native fish populations and how healthy native fish populations will help prevent pest fish becoming established.

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Warwick QLD 4370
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