Report 17/8/17

Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park
Dean Brind (Manager)
Ph: 02 6227 8114
manager@burrinjuckwaters.com.au
www.inlandwaters.com.au
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Report 17/8/17

Post by subeditor » Thu Aug 17, 2017 10:28 am

Fishing & Lake Report: 16/08/2017
Current discharge: 441 ML per day.
Water level 16/08/17: 55.6 %
Current inflow: 1791 ML per day.
Water level 13/07/17: 62.6 %
Water visibility: 2 metres

Forecast Weather: Showers cold and windy for Thursday & Friday before clearing away to a mostly sunny weekend. The winds will max out at 15km on Saturday. Maximum daytime temps of 12.

New Moon = 22nd Aug Full Moon = 6th September Water Temperature: 12 deg

Murray Cod
Large cod have remained the target species over the winter months. The biggest, a 127cm fish was landed by Mark from Sydney back on the 27th July. He again checked out this morning claiming he landed fish measuring 113, 110, 106, 94, 89, 75 & 55 cm. Mark arriving early Tuesday morning and left Wednesday morning. Col Sibraa from West Wyalong also broke the 1 Metre mark last month landing a 100 cm & 75 cm fish during his trip. Graham from the ACT caught 3 cod on the 12th & 13th Aug a 110, 91 & 67 cm fish all were caught casting in the Bidgee Arm. There have also been a lot of fish caught in the at 80- 90 cm range. The pictured fish is Graham’s 110cm fish from the weekend. Mark was a bit more secretive however I did manage to find a picture of the 127cm on social media. Casting to the shallow rocky edges and drop offs with large lures has been the common thread with the majority of these fish. The lures have varied from swimbaits, surface lures, spinner baits and cast hard bodies.
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Yellow Belly
There have been no yellows recorded on the sheet over the past few weeks, however most of the guys fishing were here for the big green fish. The environmental flows commenced on the 24th July followed shortly after by 8 days of showers and wind with a little sunshine in between. The falling water levels should have got the yellows moving. I will be able to gage a little better what the fish are doing following this weekend’s fishing comp.

Redfin
The reports have also dried up on the redfin. They are a target species this weekend so once again I will let you know next week if there are any Reddies about.

Park News
We have a few powered sites still available for this weekend and a heap of unpowered. Sorry all the cabins are booked. Firewood will be available from the Juck Shop as will, milk, bread, ice & fuel and anything else you have forgotten. You may bring in firewood but it has to be cut ready to go, No chainsaws permitted. Fires must also be in a drum or fire pit. We have around 50 in the park or you may also bring your own.

Upcoming Events
The 3rd Greg Whitehead Memorial fishing challenge is here this Friday 18th August. There are around 50 spots still available and Stuart is happy to accept walk up nominations on Friday or Saturday. $50.00 per adult & $25.00 for juniors aged 14 & under. All profits this weekend are donated to the cure Brain Cancer Foundation.

Dean Brind
Manager IWHP Burrinjuck Waters
Ph: 02 62278114
manager@burrinjuckwaters.com.au
http://www.inlandwaters.com.au

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