Weekly Report 21/11/08

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Tony Zann
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Weekly Report 21/11/08

Post by Tony Zann » Fri Nov 21, 2008 11:49 am

With the ocean conditions being less than fair, the reports from outside were sketchy. A few boats headed south down to Fish Rock which still is being plagued by rat kingfish and a current that’s roaring south. There are a few tuna on the surface. Water colour and temperature are perfect so expect some good fish over the next few weeks. The northern reefs are not producing much at the moment with some snapper, trag and the odd pearl perch coming in. The charter boats picked up some jellybean yellowfin through the week. There were no reports from out wide.
We have weighed some thumper whiting over the last week coming out of the river with the hot are from the boat ramps up to the tavern, they are feeding on live worms and nippers. Local fisho James caught some nice bream at the end of the breakwall using herring pieces. Flathead have been coming in around Jerseyville and whiting have been in good numbers up toward Kinchela and Smithtown. Bass fishermen are doing well from Greenhills and up river, with some nice fish smashing surface lures and shallow divers.
Smoky Beach has some good whiting but there are a lot of throwbacks among them. There is still the odd salmon coming through which will test you on your whiting gear. The odd bream has been on the beach but it’s tough to get a keeper. Gap Beach is producing whiting and a few sand flathead. Whiting are on Back Beach on a run-in tide with plenty of undersize whiting around Trial Bay. Rockhoppers have been catching some drummer, bream and trevally.
Mark and Denise Bird and Paul and Michelle Martin , Rocks Marine Bait and Tackle 6566 6726, rocksmarine@tsn.cc

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