Local Fishing Reports: Chinchilla is fishing great at the moment, lots of fish being caught on jackall mask vibes trolled behind the boat and Smak spinner baits in mini Cooper S. Warra also producing some nice fish on TN60 and 50 jackalls trolled from the boat or cast from the edge. The odd golden on a stump jumper or RMG poltergeist cast from the edge below the weir at Loudoun Bridge. Boondooma Dam: Bass and yellow belly have been eager for Smak spinner baits and jackall lures this week, working edges along the Stuart and Boyne river arms in depths of 20 to 26ft of water. Live shrimp and salt water yabbies have proved to be the best bait with yellow belly, silver perch and the odd jew in and around timber. Reports of redclaw further up in the river timbers. Bjelke-Petersen Dam: The dam still fishing really well with heaps of fish coming on trolled Smak 16 hard bodies in a purple colour in the main basin. Lots of fish coming from the upper reaches of the dam casting Smak spinner baits and Littlemax blades in 15 to 25ft of water. Some really nice golden perch on live shrimp in the timbered areas of the dam. No change this week. Lake Somerset: Bass and golden perch on bait and lures around the timber at Kirkleagh and bass on soft plastics, blades and mask vibes at Queen Street and Bay 13. Still big fish biting and fishing really well. Coastal: Bream, flathead and whiting around the Noosa River mouth and Frying Pan and bream, flathead and moses perch in Weyba Creek. Sand whiting along the southern beaches, bream, whiting and flathead near Buckleys Hole. Jew at night off the Bongaree Jetty, bream in the canals and flathead and whiting at Woorim along the eastern beach at Bribie Island. Try for bream at the mouth of the creeks and flathead along the drop offs at Toorbil. Offshore: Pearl perch, maori cod, tuskfish and moses perch on North Reef at Noosa. Pearl perch, snapper and cobia at Caloundra 12 Mile on Thursday and tuskfish, pearl perch, snapper and sweetlip on the Barwon Banks and Caloundra Wide. Fishing Competition: The annual Boondooma Dam Yellowbelly Fishing Competition is coming up on February 9 and 10. This fishing and family fun weekend is a major fundraiser to support the on-going stocking of Lake Boondooma. Recently the Boondooma Dam Fish Stocking and Management Association released 100,000 yellow belly fingerlings into the dam along with 100,000 Australian bass and 12,000 silver perch. Registration opens at 12.30pm on Friday, February 8 with entry fees $20 for adults and $5 for juniors aged 16 years and under.