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QLD Locations / Brisbane River
« Last post by Member on March 16, 2021, 11:54:31 PM »
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General Discussion / Re: Action
« Last post by Member on March 09, 2021, 06:30:10 PM »
What a shocker of a site
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Buy Swap and Sell / Boat rod and reel
« Last post by Member on March 09, 2021, 05:22:42 PM »
Boat rod and reel

Selling my 4500 saltist on a liver fibre texalum 8-15 kg rod both present as new 400$

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General Discussion / Action
« Last post by Member on March 09, 2021, 04:42:51 PM »
Is this site active
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Fish Restocking / Acclimatisation and Environment / Re: SWFSA Inc. milestone
« Last post by Member on November 09, 2020, 02:18:52 PM »
So Fitz, does Somerset fish better purely because its a smaller dam than Wivenhoe or are there more finglings put in there as more sips are sold for that dam?

Does Somerset fish better than Wivenhoe? I don't think it does.

Somerset has far more fishing pressure for a few reasons:
- Unrestricted boating type & speed.
- Multiple lanes of boat ramps covering more water levels.
- More consistent water levels.
- Loads of tourist park options. Massive tourist park + camp ground at dam wall + SDA Camp Somerset. 
- No forkies in Somerset which some anglers limited skill set sees them challenged by the bi-catch in Wivenhoe
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Fish Restocking / Acclimatisation and Environment / Re: SWFSA Inc. milestone
« Last post by Member on October 05, 2020, 02:17:55 PM »
Somerset has significantly higher fishing pressure than any other lakes in Qld. Wivenhoe isnt far behind Somerset in fishing pressure.

So Fitz, does Somerset fish better purely because its a smaller dam than Wivenhoe or are there more finglings put in there as more sips are sold for that dam?
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Fishing Reports / Re: Mary River Bassing
« Last post by Member on September 29, 2020, 02:19:05 PM »
Please note that as of 2019 the following waters are totally closed to all fishing from 1 August to 1 November each year.
Waters closed to line fishing



A person must not possess or use a fishing line in the following area:

Obi Obi Creek: No fish can be taken from Obi Obi Creek all year round between the Baroon Pocket Dam wall and the shortest line across the creek at the downstream side of Obi Obi Creek crossing 4 (Manuel Hornibrook Bridge).

A person must not possess or use a fishing line from 1 August to 31 October in the following locations:

Albert River (upstream from the junction of Canungra Creek and Albert River – includes Canungra Creek)

Christmas Creek

Coomera River (upstream from the junction of Guanaba Creek and Coomera River – includes Guanaba Creek)

Mary River and adjoining waterways (upstream of its junction with Six Mile Creek at the creek’s northern bank, other than waters up to the full supply level of Baroon Pocket Dam, Borumba Dam and Lake MacDonald.

Running Creek

Stanley River (above Neurum Creek and Stanley River junction)


This is to protect breeding cod.
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Fish Restocking / Acclimatisation and Environment / Re: SWFSA Inc. milestone
« Last post by Member on September 29, 2020, 01:48:00 PM »
If you had asked to me estimate what I thought you had put in over the years I would have thought you blokes would have dropped more than that in

Your the big end of town. You throw fingerlings around by the 100's of thousands while us lesser souls dabble in thousands........

Certainly a good long history of stocking.

Somerset has significantly higher fishing pressure than any other lakes in Qld. Wivenhoe isnt far behind Somerset in fishing pressure.
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Fishing Reports / Re: Mary River Bassing
« Last post by Member on August 18, 2020, 04:49:53 AM »
Gday
Hows going mate is that camp grounds or private property where you camp looking for some where new that allows camping and fishing that i can bring dog.
Cheers Joseph
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Weather and Water Updates / Brogo Dam alert
« Last post by Member on July 26, 2020, 05:53:38 PM »
This is a Brogo Dam flood notification.
Flows of 1000 Mega Litres per day are being passed.

NSW SES will manage flood procedures.
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