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Post Info TOPIC: Wuruma Dam Between Eisvold and Monto QLD - inland from Bundaberg #436 in Camps 4


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Wuruma Dam Between Eisvold and Monto QLD - inland from Bundaberg #436 in Camps 4


Management and I spent 10 days at Wuruma.  There are flush toilets at the top of the hill, plenty of firewood and some drinking water supplied at the top of the hill or at the administration centre, although we took our own.   Shelters with seats and tables provided.   No time limit, maximum campers while we were there was 7 but usually only 4, so very quiet.  If you decide to go there and come in from the Eisvold side, stop for some lovely snags at the Eisvold Butcher.  Water level was 16% when we arrived but now is 100% for the first time in its 40 year history.  Fishing was very quiet with only one fish seen, but more of that in the general forum.  All in all an excellent free camp - we will be back again next December.




-- Edited by petengail on Saturday 1st of January 2011 04:46:48 PM

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If there is such a thing as a tourist season....   why cant we shoot them?


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Will definelty check into that one. My son has just bought a house in Biggenden so a good distance away to pop back for a freshen up after a couple of weeks.

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Bugga. I will have to go and try again.Isn,t fishin a bugga. There is always a bigger fish to chase.(or woman). I have been a fisherman, since i was 6 years old, and I don,t think I will change(fat chance).There is alway another camp or a better place . ISN.T IT GREAT!

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bill12 wrote:

Bugga. I will have to go and try again.Isn,t fishin a bugga. There is always a bigger fish to chase.(or woman). I have been a fisherman, since i was 6 years old, and I don,t think I will change(fat chance).There is alway another camp or a better place . ISN.T IT GREAT!



Its nice to know that you chase bigger women bill... hope one gaffs you  soon lololol

 



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If there is such a thing as a tourist season....   why cant we shoot them?


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One of my aqaintences say "your only as Old as the waman you feel!" . I reckon you,ve got to feel the quality and the width, MYSELF.!Like they say -GROW OLD , DISGRACEFULLY!

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Guys...don`t forget the other end of the dam known as Mungo Creek, powered or non powered sites available, excellent facilities,but limited power available, so might need to book if this is a requirement.

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When we were there a couple of yers ago, Red Claw were plentiful.

A question... 

Have you ever experienced the thrill of landing a 2 -  3 kg Yellow Belly.

You know ... the time when you get the strike

The fight it give you.

The excitement of catching it in the landing net,

And the happy feeling of cleaning the great catch.

 

What!!!! Did I hear you so....No ... You have not.

Well guess what????

Me either.

 

Jay&Dee

 



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