Report 11/4/18

Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park
Dean Brind (Manager)
Ph: 02 6227 8114
manager@burrinjuckwaters.com.au
www.inlandwaters.com.au
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Report 11/4/18

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Apr 20, 2018 11:05 am

Current discharge: 331 ML per day.
Water level 11/04/18: 40.1 %
Current inflow: 118 ML per day.
Water level 13/03/18: 43.4 %
Water visibility: 2 metres, main basin

Forecast Weather: A thunderstorm is forecast for Friday with a possible 20 mm. Possible shower Saturday. Temperature is going to be warm reaching 33 C on Wednesday and a top of 21 for the weekend.
New Moon = April 16th Full Moon = April 30th Water Temperature: 21 deg C

Murray Cod: Another couple of metre plus fish with a 123 cm fish earlier this week. This fish was landed up river near Macey’s Bay at 10 in the morning by Wayne from the ACT. Terry Blundell landed another metre plus fish on the last full moon. There are also plenty of fish around 80 cm on the office catch sheet. Most fish are being landed on the troll particularly through the day. The big fish will be moving into the shallows as the weather cools particularly at night and during low light periods, time to bring out the surface gear and swimbaits.

Yellow belly: Are still deep on the trees mostly, shrimp have remained scarce so bring in your own small yabbies or shrimp if you are planning a bait fish. Plastic grubs have been the best bet for the lure fisherman with a couple of good reports in over the weekend one fisherman reported 11 fish on Sunday morning from the trees in the main Basin, also another report of 6 fish in a bay near Maceys Bay. Depth is the main factor in selecting a tree. 30 feet plus. Trolling guys are doing it tough unless they get in amongst the timber and get down deep.

Redfin: These have started to thin out. The fish being caught are generally under 20cm. Maybe they have also gone deep. My usual redfin haunts are coming up empty.

Park News:
Works have commenced on a new fire hydrant and hose reel system to the entire park. At this stage and untill after the school holidays there wont be any digging works around the accomodation or camping areas.

Upcoming Events:
Greg Whitehead Fishing Challenge, With dash for cash event. 17th, 18th, 19th August. 2018

Dean Brind
Manager
Reflections Holiday Park Burrinjuck Waters
Ph: 02 62278114
manager@burrinjuckwaters.com.au
www.inlandwaters.com.au

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