Fishing Report 22nd July 2022

Fishing Report 22nd July 2022

Photo: Heath Kimber with a 50cm Bass from Bjelkie Peterson

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Product Of The Week - Hell Yeah Chatterbaits & Spinnerbaits

The Range Of Hell Yeah is finally here we have introduced these baits to our ever growing wall of lures and with good reason, whether it's a spinnerbait or chatterbait there's one for any situation from Bass and Yellas to Impoundment/River Cod

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Fishing Our Region

NEW - We now have a page for Dam Levels. Check It Out!

Cooby  - Similar results to last week given the weather we were dealt with. Trolling anglers are having plenty of success working the deeper points and drop off around Reflections. Vertically Jigging Blades and larger soft vibes like the zerek fish trap has also picked up some better quality fish. For bait anglers Saltwater Yabbies and Live worms are still the best option. Out from the ramp and towards the Rock wall is holding Good numbers of fish.

Cressbrook - As of Monday 11 July - Cressbrook dam remains at 130mm above the crest. Council's Emergency Action Plan requires the dam to remain closed to recreational boating until this level falls below 100mm above crest.
Shore based fishing is still allowed, Red Claw have been in great abundance since the recent flood and can be easily caught from the Bank and

Leslie - There has been sme better signs this past week from Leslie on the Yellow Belly, starting to school up again after the recent rain, again Zx blades work ing wonders. With that being said it's been all about the Cod with some much larger fish starting to bite. Working shallow edges with big Top waters and swimbaits has been effective for some anglers.

Glenlyon - It's starting to happen with some much better results. The bigger fish are on the move and more than willing to eat a well present Top water or large swimbaits, finding the active bait of a morning is key to any Winter cod Bite. Shallow points and bays are your best chance during the low light periods. 

Monduran - This colder weather hasn't stopped the smaller fish from feeding up. Some crazy amounts of these fish landed has filled in the quiet times from the more average larger fish we were seeing before this cold snap. Suspending hardbodies have proved effective worked over the top of recently flooded trees and grassy banks.

Jumpin Pin - If you're after a feed of flathead now is your time, The Jumpin area from kalinga bank to the Fiveways is holding big numbers of flathead. Targeting drains off the main channel with 3 too 4inch soft plastics has been popular. Short island, Crusoe Island and Tiger mullet channel is holding a good number of breram with some odd school jew mixed in.


The Weather

Toowoomba Region - 7 Day Forecast
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