Connolly Dam is rated
based on 4 votes.
Connolly dam is a significant spot in Queensland that consistently produced
quality native fish at all depths, on all lures, colours and actions,
all on the same day. Various fish species include Murray Cod, golden
perch, silver perch, spangled perch and Eel-tailed Catfish.
Connolly dam is located 17 km south east of Warwick, it covers an area
of 50 hectares and holds 2590 mega litres of water. The dam has a
diversity of natural features - steep rocky drop-offs, gently sloping
grassy plains and weed beds are all present.
This creek is located towards the rear of the dam. It is one of the
best spot to catch golden perch.
Mouth of Fitz Creek
Any lure seems to be productive in the area. It has narrow gorge that is
silhouetted amongst picturesque, scrubby mountains. The creek creates
exciting possibilities to chase cod.
This is the deepest part of the impoundment. It is excellent for
trolling casting lures and spinnerbaiting.