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  1. I know it has been mentioned many times in posts on this forum but I thought it might be worthwhile to make a separate topic letting everyone know that we have now entered the one month closure for snapper and pearl perch in Qld. A mate who is not on this or other fishing forums called me yesterday to see when we were going snapper hunting and that made me realise that it would be easy to miss these changes. Let’s hope it has the desired effect long term. Here is further info. http://statements.qld.gov.au/Statement/2020/7/2/snapper-and-pearl-perch-spawning-closure
  2. From SEQ water website. Lake Kurwongbah closed to all in water activity Date: 09/10/2018 Recent heavy rainfall in the Lake Kurwongbah catchment area has resulted in high inflow levels which require closure of the lake to in water activities including skiing. Rowing and paddling activities are not impacted by this closure. With further rainfall expected later in the week water quality sampling will be undertaken on Tuesday 16 October. The lake will be reopened when water quality results indicate it is safe to do so.