Rob Farrell landed this healthy Golden Perch recently.
Rob Farrell landed this healthy Golden Perch recently. Contributed

Fish snapped up left, right, centre

LESLIE DAM: Leslie Dam is still fishing very well with local anglers reporting on some great catches. One local angler landed 30 lovely Golden Perch while trolling small hard body lures. Fish are being landed all over the dam, anglers landing good fish across from the dam wall and up the back of the dam past the Black Boys. The bait anglers are having success on a variety of bait with Saltwater yabbies landing some nice fish.

CONNOLLY DAM: Connolly Dam is fishing well too. One local angler has been having success on TN70 Jackalls. The majority of the fish are being landed along the steep edges. Bait anglers are also landing some nice Golden and Silver Perch on worms.

 

MOOGERAH / MAROON DAM: Moogerah Dam continues to fish well with anglers picking up some nice Bass on a variety of lures. Tail spinners and blades have been accounting of a large percentage of these fish, with anglers also some picking up some nice fish in the timber on spinnerbaits. Maroon has also been fishing quite well, with shrimps being quite successful. Soft plastics sliders have been working very well for the lure anglers.

What's your favourite dam for fishing?

This poll ended on 25 December 2014.

Current Results

Leslie Dam

81%

Connolly Dam

9%

Moogerah Dam

9%

Maroon Dam

0%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

 

RIVER AND CREEKS: Anglers are having great success in our local river and creek systems. One local angler landed a lovely Murray Cod in the Killarney area on a Stumpjumper. The Mill Hole has also produced some nice fish, with anglers landing some lovely Golden Perch while trolling hard body lures. There was also a very healthy 65cm Murray Cod landed in the Condamine to the west of Allora.

FISH OF THE WEEK: Ray Tainton landed this lovely 6.5kg Mulloway while fishing for Whiting.
FISH OF THE WEEK: Ray Tainton landed this lovely 6.5kg Mulloway while fishing for Whiting.


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