Report 6/11/15

Julie/Graeme,
Anglers Warehouse Tweed Heads
Ph: 07 5536 3822
www.anglerswarehouse.com.au
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Report 6/11/15

Post by subeditor » Fri Nov 06, 2015 2:47 pm

Starting in the river, flathead are still a viable option for those chasing a bit of fun on lures. Cobaki and Terranora lakes seem to be the hot spots at the moment.
School jew are being taken around Juptiors Hole on live baits, and occasionally a larger model is taken by keen anglers.
For a bit of heart-stopping fun, whiting are whacking surface lures on the rising tides on the top of sand flats. If you haven't tried this, do yourself a favour and get out on a sand flat on high tide and toss some tiny surface lures across the flat - you'll be surprised how effective this can be!
Mangrove jacks are really heating up now, and Tumbulgum Bridge, as well as other man-made structure throughout the river, is producing increasing number of good sized models on lures and live baits.
For those after a feed of crab, sand crabs are very prevalent lower down in the river system.

Beach wise, tailor and small dart are being taken sporadically, but there isn't really anything spectacular to report.

Offshore, squire are still around in good numbers, and anglers are still filling bags with these tasty little critters.
Jigging for kingies on the 50shas been popular lately, with some thumping specimens hitting the deck.
Yellowfin tuna and Spaniards are also out and about, and 9-mile seems to be the area where most are being caught.

Graeme and Julie Poile, Anglers Warehouse
1/64 Ourimbah Rd, Tweed Heads
Ph: 07 5536 3822
http://www.anglerswarehouse.com.au

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