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Tackle World Towoomba Fish Report
« on: February 20, 2015, 07:35:43 PM »
Tackle World Towoomba Fish Report
Fishing Report 19-02-2015
The weather outlook isn't great for this weekend, so it may be a weekend for getting the gear ready for the next trip!!!


Dave Green with a quality Somerset Bass caught last week on a spinnerbait.

The South Burnett dams have continued to produce reasonable numbers, even with the windy conditions, the fish are quite scattered throughout Lake Boondooma , but there are still good size Bass being landed, with quite a few smaller fish in amongst them, casting Blades, Soft Plastics and Jackalls, as well as trolling hard bodies between 15 and 20 feet have proven to be the most successful methods. There are quite a few smaller Bass coming out of Bjelke Peterson Dam; trolling hard bodies around Bass Point and the banks opposite have been the most successful.
Lake Somerset has again produced reasonable catches of Bass over the past week, Pelican Point, Queen Street and around the timber at Kirkleigh have been the pick of the spots, while casting Blades, Jackalls and Spinnerbaits, or trolling hard bodies have been the best methods and Moogerah Dam produced decent numbers of Bass on the weekend, with slow rolled soft plastics working the best down there.

Cooby Dam has seen a few fish holding in deeper water and trolled hard bodies, vertically worked blades or frozen saltwater yabbies have been effective. Boondooma Dam and Bjelke Peterson Dam have both produced pretty good numbers of Yellowbelly, the majority of fish are being caught on bait, however, casting Jackalls and Spinnerbaits, and trolling hard bodies is working well.
Glenlyon Dam has fished well over the past week, with some nice Cod around the mid 70cm to 80cm mark, these have been caught on Spinnerbaits, trolled hard bodies and bait, Yellowbelly and Silver Perch have been plentiful, but they have mainly been coming on bait. Coolmunda has seen the odd fish taking frozen saltwater yabbies and trolled hard bodies, on the drop offs to the old creek beds and also along the wall area.
Leslie Dam has produced a few Yellowbelly on frozen Saltwater Yabbies, in front of the Washpool camping area, good size Silver Perch on live worms and there were a couple of Cod taken on Jackalls near the boulders, just out from the buoy line.
As for the rivers, the upper reaches of the Condamine River have produced a few fish on bait and lures, the Dumeresq at Texas is still producing reasonable numbers downstream of the township, the Macintyre at Goondiwindi is still fairly quiet at the moment, with only the odd Yellowbelly falling for frozen saltwater yabbies and finally, the Goondiwindi Fish Restockers released 90,000 Yellowbelly into the river during January and February, all of the funds are raised by raffles conducted at the Railway Hotel on Friday nights.Sorry, only registered users can see this content. Please Login or Register.

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