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« on: November 22, 2014, 01:21:22 AM »

Coolmunda Cod!! Caught by Craig Antonio last weekend on a trolled hard body

Plenty of fish about at Somerset Dam, but what has been caught, has been on the smaller side, they are just legal size, but that’s not what we’re used to at this dam, at this time of year. Live shrimp, soft plastics and smaller blades have given the best results. Cressbrook has produced fairly good numbers of Bass, casting Blades and Jackalls to the steeper banks early morning or late afternoon has produced a few fish, there is also good numbers of quality fish suspended in the deeper water, in the main basin, trolled hard bodies have picked up the majority of these. Spinnerbaits, Jackalls and blades cast to the edges have worked well on the Bass at Boondooma, the fish are holding in 15-20 foot of water, the narrows, the junction and the start of the Stuart arm have been the spots to target. At Bjelke Peterson, Bass Point has again been the hot spot, with plenty of fish taking live shrimp, trolled hard bodies and Jackalls.

Plenty of activity again, for Yellowbelly and Cod fishing this week, at Cooby Dam, good numbers of fish are holding just out from the buoy line, Jackalls have worked well on these fish, while frozen Saltwater Yabbies and live Shrimp have again been popular baits, there were some big numbers landed earlier in the week, but they have declined a bit as the weeks progressed. Yellowbelly have been quite active at Glenlyon this week; trolled hard bodies, spinnerbaits, live shrimp and worms have worked well, with early morning and late afternoon being the best times.
Coolmunda Dam has again produced big numbers of Yellowbelly and Cod, trolling hard bodies along the drop-offs and out from the wall has worked well, while using bait in the same areas has also seen some decent fish landed. 
Leslie Dam continues to produce good numbers of Yellowbelly and a few Cod on hard body lures and blades; casting Jackalls at structure has been good also, frozen saltwater yabbies and live shrimp have done the job again for the bait anglers, while late afternoon has produced the best numbers.
Somerset Dam has seen Yellowbelly taking trolled hard bodies, blades and Jackalls in the timber at Kirkleigh.

In the South Burnett, both Boondooma and Bjelke Peterson dams have again produced good numbers of Yellowbelly, in Boondooma, bait has worked well in the timbered areas of the Stuart and Boyne arms, while trolling Yo-Zuri 3D Cranks around the junction and into both arms of the dam has been effective as well and as with the Bass, Bjelke Peterson is producing plenty of Yellowbelly around Bass Point, live shrimp, spinnerbaits and trolled hard bodies have all been effective.

Nothing much to report from the rivers this week, although the Condamine River produced a few Yellowbelly around Warwick.
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