Report 13/11/15

Julie/Graeme,
Anglers Warehouse Tweed Heads
Ph: 07 5536 3822
www.anglerswarehouse.com.au
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Report 13/11/15

Post by subeditor » Fri Nov 13, 2015 1:32 pm

Starting in the river, angler have been locking horns with some good mangrove jack. Offerings of choice have been a mix of livies and lures, and most of the good specimens have been taken at night around the bridges.
Whiting are increasing in numbers, and the funnest way to target these little guys is to use poppers and other small topwater lures. The Tweed Broadwater and Cobaki Lakes seems to the pick of the spots, just look for any sand bank and fish it on a high tide.
Muddies have been filling crabbers pots in the middle reaches of the river, meanwhile the sandies have been in good number a little lower in the river.
Some fun-sized trevally and juvenile kings have been taken around the river mouth on a mix of metals, soft plastics and live baits, providing lots of entertainment for angler fishing in this area.

Along the beaches, plenty of small tailor and a few dart have been keeping the beach brigade happy, although most fish are a bit small. Kingscliff and Bellinger have been the spots to go to for the beach anglers.

Outside there's been a few kings, the odd Spaniads and a couple of yellowfin tuna out around 9 mile, while further out at the 50 fathom line, billfish have been keeping the game fishers busy.

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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