Fish­ing Re­ports

Central and North Burnett Times - - LOCAL SPORT -

Lo­cal Fish­ing Re­ports: Fish­ing start­ing to come back well. Some nice gold­ens be­ing caught bob­bing salt­wa­ter yab­bies and caught on SMAK spin­ner baits in the nat­u­ral colours. Boondooma Dam: Fish­ing has changed dra­mat­i­cally, fish now school­ing on the edges and in about 30ft of water from Leis­agangs Ledge back to the wall. White 3” soft plas­tics work­ing the best fished on a 3/8oz jig­head. Bjelke-Petersen Dam: Nice big golden perch be­ing caught on SMAK Mini Cooper S in white and red/black colours cast­ing to the deep edges. Bass really plen­ti­ful at the moment, be­ing caught on blades around the deep points in 25ft of water. Some nice fish in the tim­ber on live shrimp and salt water yab­bies. Fish­ing really well. No change so get out there and en­joy the fish­ing while it’s good. Lake Som­er­set: Fish­ing great at the moment with mask vibes work­ing well. Pel­i­can Point and Queen St still the best ar­eas to fish. Live bait has pro­duced some nice fish as with salt water yab­bies. Still no change this week. Coastal: Bream, flat­head, whit­ing, trevally and tai­lor at the mouth of the Noosa River, Fry­ing Pan and in Woods Bay and bream, flat­head and man­grove jack along the Tewantin reach and in Weyba Creek at Noosa. Flat­head be­tween the mouth of Elim­bah Creek and Don­ny­brook, man­grove jack in Bul­lock Creek, grunter bream in Glasshouse Creek and small snap­per at Mis­sion Point around Don­ny­brook. Off­shore: Snap­per, pearl perch, red em­peror, scar­let sea perch, cod and moses perch about 16km NE of Wide Bay Bar at Rain­bow. Small black mar­lin in 30 to 40 me­tres NE of the Pin Bar.

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