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Rough seas and strong winds have curtailed offshore activities but prior to the blow there were good snapper on the deeper reefs. Rock washes are turning up good kings and tailor while the headlands are still fishing well for salmon. Beach gutters closed out during the big seas but were fishing well for – you guessed it – salmon – with a few tailor and the odd bream. Estuaries fishing well for more bloody salmon on the rising tide in the lower reaches. A bit of fresh water should change that this weekend when hopefully things will return to normal. Flathead are on the move and some big bream should also keep life interesting.
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