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Well it was short lived... Bass were coming on the chew already with a 60cm Bass & several in the high 50s caught in the mid & lower Brisbane River by some tight lipped locals over the last few days since the water levels dropped in the river.

Huey has played a part. More rain up the Lockyer Valley over night will see flood waters return to Lockyer, Laidley & Buaraba Creeks bring another million tonnes of silt with the water over O'Rielly's Weir into the Mid Brisbane River. The water will once again be soup once again unless SEQWater drop some clean water out of Lake Wivenhoe which will flush the mud down to the rustwater quicker.

Give the river a miss, wont be much good for bass. Maybe good if you want to go plant some potatoes tho.....  :-\



Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

FLOOD WARNING FOR LOCKYER AND WARRILL CREEKS AND BREMER RIVER
Issued at 10:47 AM on Thursday the 6th of January 2011
by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane.

Heavy rainfall during this morning is expected to lead to lead to fast rises in
the Lockyer and Warrill creek catchments and along the Bremer River with some
moderate flood levels predicted today and during Friday. Further rises are
likely while rainfall continues.

LOCKYER CREEK
Rainfall of up to 50mm in the 3 hours to 10am has resulted in fast rises in the
Lockyer Creek catchment. Minor flood levels are likely at Gatton and Laidley
later today with moderate flood levels downstream at Rifle Range Rd early on
Friday. Higher levels are likely as rainfall continues.

WARRILL CREEK
Fast rises are likely along Warrill Creek following rainfall this morning. At
least minor flood levels are predicted later today at Harrisville and Amberley
with further rises as rainfall continues.

BREMER RIVER
Some minor to moderate flood levels are likely along the Bremer River during
today and Friday.


Next Issue:
The next warning will be issued by 2pm Thursday.

Latest River Heights:
Lockyer Ck at Helidon * 1.25m steady 08:00 AM THU 06/01/11
Lockyer Ck at Helidon # 2.24m rising 10:11 AM THU 06/01/11
Flagstone Ck at Brown-Zirbels Rd * 2.48m falling 08:00 AM THU 06/01/11
Tenthill Ck at Tenthill * 2.14m steady 08:28 AM THU 06/01/11
Lockyer Ck at Gatton * 3.44m rising 08:10 AM THU 06/01/11
Lockyer Ck at Gatton # 5.14m rising 10:13 AM THU 06/01/11
Laidley Ck at Mulgowie * 2.54m falling 08:00 AM THU 06/01/11
Laidley Ck at Showground Weir * 4.87m rising 08:20 AM THU 06/01/11
Laidley Ck at Showground Weir # 5.16m rising 10:01 AM THU 06/01/11
Bill Gunn Dam # 109.9m steady 08:14 AM THU 06/01/11
Laidley Ck at Warrego Hwy * 2.28m rising 08:00 AM THU 06/01/11
Lockyer Ck at Glenore Grove # 5.18m rising 10:14 AM THU 06/01/11
Lockyer Ck at Lyons Br # 5.45m falling 10:15 AM THU 06/01/11
Lockyer Ck at Rifle Range Rd * 5.02m falling 08:00 AM THU 06/01/11
Atkinson Dam # 65.75m steady 10:06 AM THU 06/01/11
Lockyer Ck at O'Reilly's Weir * 9.22m rising 08:00 AM THU 06/01/11
Lockyer Ck at O'Reilly's Weir # 9.14m falling 10:09 AM THU 06/01/11



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Re: Muddy waters return to Lockyer Creek / Brisbane River / Bremer River
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2011, 11:56:05 PM »
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Muddy Waters and potatoes. 


Wouldn't you know it couldnt find a YouTube clip of Muddy Waters singing about the spud so got one of Champion Jack Dupree
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Here's Muddy Waters just to finish it off.

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