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  1. Decky spots avail this sunday leaving Redland Bay 6am or meet at Gate Adsets Rd whiteside 7.am Leaving bit later than usual as I am going to local market first. Plenty of redclaw ATM bass have been a bit hit and miss there one day and gone the next. But should get some keepers to take home for a feed. Cheers Ray 0403072325
  2. rayke1938

    south queensland Molested By A Yella

    Bloody pelicans back roosting on the ramp Got a feed of redclaw but fishing was a bit tough with only 5 bass and 3 yellas. One of the yellas fell in love with my foot. One of the yellas was tagged 11 days ago at the survey event and managed to shrink 1cm probably because it as so randy. Cheers Ray
  3. It was not too cold initially but when the south easter came in and combined with the cloud cover Binder regretted that he only wore shorts. Plenty of redclaw and they are getting bigger every week. Bass were slow and scarce with us ending up with 22 but the company made up for all the shortcomings. Cheers Ray
  4. Decky spot available Sunday. 6am start finish around midday. No smoking no bananas Bait fishing for bass with live shrimp. You will end up with a good feed of redclaw and the bass have picked up in the last days. We got 53 yesterday and heard of a near cricket score today Small donation towards costs appreciated .Over the last 10 years I have never asked for a contribution but as my super has ran out and am now living on the pension I would appreciate a donation if you can afford it. Cheers Ray pm or 0403072325
  5. rayke1938

    south queensland Forgot Comp

    Went to NPD with Tai and Johnathon this morning and forgot all about thums up photos. ( May have been on purpose because the deckies caught all the good fish ). First4 bass went 46,50,51 and 49.5 cm Redclaw catch mixed with some pots loaded and others empty ( Weekend?) Only 22 bass and 1 tandan boated but some good quality made up for the low numbers. Cheers Ray
  6. rayke1938

    south queensland All Hail The King.

    Rick won the catfish king title today at NPD with the meritorious catch of one tandan and one forky. I am unable to provide photographic evidence of his wonderful catch as he always seems to release these below the side of the boat. We got our usual bucket of redclaw before venturing around the dam looking for the elusive schools of bass. I thought that we were in for a good day as I scored a 48cm bass on the first drop ( Forgot the comp) but we only caught a few more there before moving on. by the time we arrived at the float we had only counted 30 odd bass before we moved to over near the eagles nest whee we increased the tally to 76 bass. Cheers Ray
  7. Link to report on recent comp held on NPD on 18/19/5/18. http://www.bassaustralia.com.au/news/britcliffe-claims-okuma-north-pine-kayak-open-%E2%80%93-full-report Cheers Ray
  8. rayke1938

    south queensland NPD 25/4/18

    We had a bit of a sleep in not launching till 5.40 am because it is still dark when we get to the shrimp pots at 6am. As usual plenty of small redclaw but we managed a reasonable supply of shrimp plus some mongrell small tilapia in the pots. We tried a few spots on the way downstream where we only got a few forkies. Plenty of small bass on the yellow float so we moved and found another school of littlies in the middle of the paddock when Dino went past and said there were plenty over near the far marker. By the time we got there they had moved and we only got 2 littlies so we went back to the float where we topped up out tally to 50 bass and 2 yellas. Rick and Hai having yella for dinner tonight. Cheers Ray
  9. Decky spots NPD this sunday 5.30start targeting bass with live shrimp. No smoking no bananas. Be last trip for a while. 0403072325 Cheers Ray
  10. rayke1938

    south queensland Shrinking Bass

    Another good day at NPD yesterday but gee the fish seem to be getting smaller. Out of 115 bass measured only 40 were over 30cm Caught a tagged bass which was claimed to be 41cm last year and i measured it at a whisker under 40cm. Maybe something to do with a wrinkled brag mat. (Photo of actual fish from suntag ) Cheers Ray
  11. Do not know how to download a PDF file to forum so here is a brief precis of results from catch cards for the last 3 months ending 18th march. 2059 bass caught and 38 kept 38 yellas caught and 12 kept. 17 toga which numbers should increase as a couple of people have caught the bug and are specifically targeting them. 1000 odd redclaw which should increase after the rise in the dam. Cheers Ray Ray
  12. rayke1938

    south queensland No Sandpaper.

    We cracked well over the ton and not a bit of sandpaper in sight. The redclaw area real pain in the proverbial outnumbering the shrimp 5 to 1. Best bass 48cm with quite a few over 40. Cheers Ray
  13. Seq water just advised that water releases from NPD will commence at 8.30 pm tonight and Youngs crossing road will be closed. Cheers Ray
  14. rayke1938

    south queensland NPD Littlies

    Hard going today we arrived a little late and had to open and close the gate ourselves. At least Dino had chased the pelicans away from the ramp but still plenty of stench as there was no breeze. Not many live shrimp in our traps but plenty of dead ones probably due to it being a fortnight since we last checked them combines with the influx of fresh water. We found quite a few schools of fish on the sounder but they were mostly forkies and gradually made out way down the dam towards the far marker where we could see Dino and a yakker, Dino left as we arrived and we found plenty of bass in mid water with forkies below. We only stayed for an hour as it was uncomfortable in the wind . Nearly half of our catch was under 30cm and nothing over 38cm. 54 bass ,1 yella and around 24 forkies. Quick trip back to the ramp with the wind giving us an extra speed boost. Back at the ramp by 11am and just avoided some really heavy showers. Cheers Ray
  15. Sorry for late notice but just found only have tomorrow spare as tied up all week. up to 3 seats avail. 0403072325 Cheers Ray
  16. Barometer was 1005 so fishing was crook. Carpet of barnarbys on the bottom. Bass were around 15 feet but the Barnabys were also rising from the bottom so we couldnt avoid them. Cheers Ray
  17. Decky spots avail sunday 5.20 start no smokingno bananas targeting bass on live bait. should be some redclaw for you. 0403072325 cheers ray
  18. Hopefully the heading isn't too misleading.. Scored my first toga land based at NPD this week, on a little Chartruese spinner-bait slow rolled/hopped along the bottom, she went 70cm tip to tail. The two fellas I was with both scored 40cm+ tilapia. We saw a kayak in the section of the dam which I thought was zero-access.. have the rules changed? Anyway, here's the photo
  19. Decky spot avail Sunday fishing for bass with live shrimp. No Smoking no bananas. meet at gate end of adsetts rd whiteside 5.20 prompt. or at redland bay 4.15. byo tucker i have spare gear if you need it. 0403072325 Cheers Ray
  20. Copy of email from PRFMA who stock NPD and Kurwongbah. PRFMA <info@prfma.com.au> Today at 6:49 Message body 14/01/2018 LAKE KURWONGBAH 20,000 Australian Bass Fingerlings were released into Lake Kurwongbah at Mick Hanfling Park on Sunday 14/01/2018. The release was carried out by Members of the Pine Rivers Fish Management Association Members plus a BAS Permit Holders. The fingerlings were released via the “Scatter Release” method ie 1000 fingerlings were taken at a time by Members in their Kayaks and released into different parts of Lake Kurwongbah. Experts agree that the fingerlings have a much higher rate of survival when released via the scatter release method than the spot release method. (ie all fingerlings released at the one spot within a short time frame window) Shane King MLA Kurwongbah attended the release 14/01/2018 LAKE SAMSONVALE 25,000 Golden Perch fingerlings were released by Members via the scatter method. 5 Vessels participated The Fingerlings were supplied, in excellent condition and size, by Hanwood Fish Hatchery - Murgon. OUR THANKS AND APPRECIATION GO TO ALL THOSE WHO PARTICIPATED IN A VERY SUCCESSFUL RELEASE We have now completed our Stocking Program for 2017/18 Fish Stocking Programs Viking Kayaks Present the Profish 45 Fishing Kayak 16/12/2017 LAKE SAMSONVALE On Saturday 16th December, 2017 - 80,000 Australian Bass Fingerlings and 5,000 Silver Perch Fingerlings were released into Lake Samsonvale. The Fingerlings were released via the scatter method and to achieve this, 13 Electric Powered Vessels distributed the fingerlings to different areas around Lake Samsonvale. The Fingerlings were supplied by Hanwood Fish Hatchery – Murgon – In an excellent condition. 45 Volunteers took part to ensure the success of the release. The outstanding efforts of the Volunteers will ensure a much greater survival rate for the Fingerlings than if they were all released in one spot. 14/01/2018 LAKE SAMSONVALE 25,000 Golden Perch fingerlings were released by Members via the scatter method. OUR THANKS AND APPRECIATION GO TO ALL THOSE WHO PARTICIPATED IN A VERY SUCCESSFUL RELEASE. 14/01/2018 LAKE KURWONGBAH 20,000 Australian Bass Fingerlings were released into Lake Kurwongbah at Mick Hanfling Park on Sunday 14/01/2018. The release was carried out by Members of the Pine Rivers Fish Management Association Members. The fingerlings were released via the “Scatter Release” method ie 1000 fingerlings were taken at a time by Members in their Kayaks and released into different parts of Lake Kurwongbah. Experts agree that the fingerlings have a much higher rate of survival when released via the scatter release method than the spot release method. (ie all fingerlings released at the one spot within a short time frame window) The Fingerlings were supplied, in excellent condition and size, by Hanwood Fish Hatchery - Murgon. OUR THANKS AND APPRECIATION GO TO ALL THOSE WHO PARTICIPATED IN A VERY SUCCESSFUL RELEASE Lake Samsonvale Stocking History Stocking commenced in Lake Samsonvale in 1991 and has been routinely managed by the PFRMA to produce and first class fishing location offering a great variety of options for the novice angler right through to the experience veteran. Year Australian Bass Golden Perch Silver Perch Mary River Cod Saratoga Total for Financial Year Fish Stocked Per Hectare 1 1990/1991 41,667 - - - - 41,667 19.1 1991/1992 - - 92,050 - - 92,050 42.2 1992/1993 48,990 49,000 94,160 - - 192,150 88.1 1993/1994 18,400 88,778 22,222 920 - 130,320 59.8 1994/1995 35,648 60,000 33,330 1,000 25 130,003 59.6 1995/1996 16,000 51,500 64,221 2,340 - 134,061 61.6 1996/1997 - 17,925 5,500 - 46 23,471 10.8 1997/1998 30,555 - 25,000 870 87 56,512 25.9 1998/1999 - 33,350 - - - 33,350 15.3 1999/2000 - 1,000 79,101 - - 80,101 36.7 2000/20012 32,600 - - - - 32,600 14.9 2001/2002 39,500 18,760 7,200 3,000 84 68,544 31.4 2002/2003 60,834 10,000 1,000 2,500 - 74,334 34.1 2003/2004 82,534 26,128 - 3,000 - 111,662 51.2 2004/2005 28,000 13,250 - 3,900 - 45,420 20.8 2005/2006 36,640 - - 3,500 - 40,140 18.4 2006/2007 21,000 - - 3,000 - 24,000 11.0 2007/20083 75,000 - - - - 75,000 34.4 2008/2009 72,000 - 20,840 5,000 6 97,846 44.9 2009/20104 75,000 20,661 - - 9 95,670 43.9 2010/2011 189,190 23,126 - - 115 212,431 97.4 2011/2012 90,000 60,000 - - 111 150,111 68.8 2012/2013 65,500 - - - - 65,500 30.0 2013/2014 44,000 63,000 - 107,000 49.1 2014/2015 217,000 217,000 99.5 2015/16 31,000 145,000 176,000 80.7 2016/17 80,000 25,000 750 125750 57.7 2017/18 80,000 25000 5,000 85,000 39.0 Total 1,511,058 736,748 449,624 29,780 483 2,722,693 - 1 Fish stocked per hectare is calculated at Full Supply Level with a lake surface area of 2181 hectares 2 First year of stocking with funding available from PRFMA's Boating Access Scheme. 3 Stocked by Seqwater due to the closure of the Boating Access Scheme in Aug 2005 Kurwongbah Lake Kurwongbah Stocking History The fish stocking program for Lake Kurwongbah was able to be commenced after PRFMA successfully applied for and received funding from the Federal Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry's recreational fishing community grants program. Moreton Bay Regional Council also contributed some initial funds and continues to supply funds each year to allow restocking of the lake. The focus for this lake will be to produce a Australian Bass, Golden Perch and Saratoga fishery. Fingerlings are sourced from various sources around southern Queensland. The fish are delivered by accredited fish breeders in purpose built transport tankers, In 2008, PRFMA members made four trips to collect stock, the longest trip was over a thousand kilometers and required a couple of days of travel, harvesting and distribution to collect some prime southern strain Saratoga. Even though wet, tired and dirty our guys bought back the basis of a breeding population which we hope will make Kurwongbah a fine Saratoga fishery in the years to come. YEAR BASS GOLDEN PERCH MARY RIVER COD SARATOGA SUB NOSED GARFISH TOTAL FISH STOCKED PER HECTARE (See Note 1) 2007/08 109,180 1,800 193 430 111,603 304.1 2008/09 35,000 20,000 500 150 55,650 151.6 2009/10 30,900 12,875 88 50 43,913 119.7 2010/11 20,500 12,168 79 50 32,797 89.4 2011/12 35,000 18,000 32 53,032 144.5 2012/13 17,900 36 17,936 48.9 2013/14 Note 2 2014/15 21,000 10,000 31,000 84.5 2015/16 20,000 10,000 200 30,000 82.3 2016/17 20,000 10,000 500 30,500 83.1 2017/18 20,000 20,000 54.5 TOTALS 329,480 94,843 1200 578 530 426,631 Note 1: Fish stocked per hectare is calculated at Full Supply Level with a lake surface area of 367 hectares Note 2: No Stocking carried out due to the proposed repairs to the Dam Wall - Water level to be dropped to 50% 2007/2009 The Creation of a New Recreational Fishery $51,240 RECREATIONAL FISHING COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAMME Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry still plenty of permits for boating permits on NPD available at http://www.prfma.com.au/boating-access-scheme Cheers Ray Stocking history
  21. Couple of decky spots for monday avail. 0403072325 Cheers Ray
  22. Couple of decky spots avail wednesday. You may endupon tv as steve davis will be filming a segment on the dam. 0403072325 Cheers Ray
  23. rayke1938

    south queensland NPD 24/12/17

    Went fishn 60 bass 1 yella I am the tandan king Cheers Ray
  24. rayke1938

    south queensland The Nursery

    Went to NPD with Rick, Rick Junior and his wife. Where ever we went either nothing or the nursery. 50 odd bass ( majority under with some up to 32cm) 2yellas ( just legal) one tandan ( Legal ) 1 forky ( Bah) Cheers Ray Came across this mob enjoying themselves
  25. Decky spots avail Sunday 24/12/17. Fishing for bass with live shrimp. Virgins ( Fishing type I am too old for other type) and well behaved kids welcome. 0403072325 Cheers Ray