Upper Condamine: Oral History of Noal Kuhl [TREELINE]

Title

Upper Condamine: Oral History of Noal Kuhl [TREELINE]

Description

The fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh parts of a twelve part interview with Noal Kuhl.


Noal discusses the section of Oakey Creek (above where it meets Westbrook Creek) known as the Treeline. He explains how the Oakey Freshwater Fish Stocking Association's good recordkeeping (of fish releases and catch surveys) informs our understanding of fish variance and habits. He talks about the use of Blood Worms as bait and where they can be found. He also mentions the old system of wiers along Oakey Creek.

Mention of: Cooby Dam (Queensland), Oakey Freshwater Fish Stocking Association, Queensland Department of Primary Industries (http://trove.nla.gov.au/people/518348?c=people)

Golden Perch, Siver Perch, Murray Cod, Yellowbelly, Eel-tailed Catfish

Blood Worms (Glyceridae), Red Bellied Blake Snakes, Golden Orb Spiders, Chironomidae

Johnson Grass, Bottlebrush, Melaleuca, Red Gum, Willow Trees, Casuarina ("Sheoaks")

Creator

Heather Goodall
Jodi Frawley
Hamish Sewell

Publisher

University of Technology, Sydney

Contributor

Murray-Darling Basin Authority

Rights

Copyright University of Technology, Sydney

Date

2010-09-30

Access Rights

Open access

License

Interviewer

Hamish Sewell

Interviewee

Noal Kuhl

Location

Oakey Creek

Duration

Part 1 00:06:02
Part 2 00:01:37
Part 3 00:21:54
Part 4 00:03:11

Position: 121 (31 views)