Rain on the weekend shut the river fishing down a little but it should come good this week. There are still reports of nice cod being caught on SMAK spinner baits and nice goldens on saltwater yabbies. The odd fish is also being caught on worms. Boondooma Dam: Slow trolling SMAK 16ft and Golden Child hard bodied divers and spinner baits are working well on bass and golden perch in 16 to 24 foot of water around the main basin, junction and the river arms. Casting spinner baits and masked vibes to the edges in the Stuart timber and Boyne timber is producing bass. Quality golden perch are being caught on bait around points and in the timbers. There is still not much action with red claw. Bjelke-Petersen Dam: Live bait seems to be working the best at the moment. Goldens have been caught on the troll with hard and soft bodied jackals. Some big golden perch and bass are being caught on salt water yabbies and worms. There is not expected to be any change this week. Lake Somerset: Fishing is great at the moment with mask vibes working well. Pelican Point and Queen Street are still the best areas to fish. Live bait has produced some nice fish as with salt water yabbies. Coastal: Dart in the surf gutters north of Indian Head, jew are being caught off the rocks at Waddy Point and sand whiting in the low tide gutters along the eastern beaches at Fraser Island. Flathead and grunter bream are biting at the mouth of Bullock and Glasshouse Creeks, sand whiting at Lime Pocket and small snapper at Mission Point at Donnybrook. Flathead and bream are biting in JacobsWell Channel and tailor and small snapper around the powerlines at the Pin. Offshore: Snapper, trag jew and moses perch were reportedly caught on Massouds Reef on Tuesday last week and snapper, tusk fish, trag jew, moses perch, cod and mahi mahi on North Reef around Noosa. Small black marlin have also been caught wide of the Pin Bar.