Report 19/9/14

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Report 19/9/14

Post by subeditor » Fri Sep 19, 2014 9:54 am

Starting in the estuaries, bream have been taken along the rock walls and up and down the rivers. There’s also good bream available along the beach fronts, and this is the case because of there’s a spawn just starting to occur

Whiting have been popping up at the top of the tide, favouring the clean water and chewing on yabbies, prawns and also worms.

The elusive mulloway have been active recently at the bottom of the tide because of the dirty water we’ve received after the rain in the lower reaches along the rock walls.

Blackfish are still getting around on the top of the tide on the usual weed baits, but some angler have had blackfish taking their soft plastics recently as well, which is certainly interesting and unusual.

On the beaches, school mulloway have been munching worms, pillies, squid and it’s been a bit toss and turn with the salmon and tailor, but there has been little patches here and there of either species.

Rock hoppers have been getting their fix of drummer and grouper, with the drummer hitting 2kg and good grouper up to 5kg also showing their face.

Finally, offshore the snapper and trag jew have been more active with the dropping water temperature. The kingfish have been present at the lighthouse with the bigger currents turning up the goods. Anglers should be warned that the jackets are tuning up, so offshore anglers should be on their toes and be prepared to move spots if they get too thick.

Kane

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Re: Report 19/9/14

Post by subeditor » Fri Sep 19, 2014 9:55 am

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