Logue Brook Dam

Going to head down to Logue brook dam tomorrow, anyone got any info for were to try for a few trout. Will be trying a few diferrent lures, spinners and maybe a bit of live bait. Any tips on lure colours or size would be appreciated.

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Only been there once

Fri, 2012-08-24 13:31

Only been there once my self. The dam is not very big and with the lack of water it shouldn't be too hard to find fishy looking areas.

I fish Harvey alot and find dark lures the best there with the water being dark too. I found Logue Brook to be very light green to blue water. Maybe because of limestone in the area. I only got redfin there but found lighter colour with gold blades the best spinners , and any RMG divers in gold or trout patterns are a good lure to chuck around.

Hope someone might have a bit more info for you Wes .

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Redfin

Fri, 2012-08-24 13:43

Didn't know there's redfin in the lake, was told there wasn't any. A few good redfin wouldn't go down to bad. Any idea if or when it gets stocked with trout.

Cheers for the info.

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Might be wrong

Fri, 2012-08-24 14:13

I might be wrong Wes, now i have doubts as to catching redfin there. It was a day we visited all the dams in the area and i might have my wires crossed as to wich one we caught the redies in .

Here is a link to the distribution of fresh water fish. trout are under the subheading or feral fish.

http://freshwater.fish.wa.gov.au/

I used to have another link with the actual numbers stocked into the various dams and water ways but can't seem to find it, ill keep looking and post it up if i find it .