Report 28/11/14

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Report 28/11/14

Post by subeditor » Fri Nov 28, 2014 10:32 am

Beaches

Beaches have been fishing well if you can escape the dreadful wind, over the last few weeks we have been baited with big winds making it hard to get out of most beaches. There has been some good reports of Whiting and Bream feeding on the washy shoreline along most beaches with large gutters holding good number of school Jew and Tailor and the odd Snapper turning up from time to time. Fresh baits are always a great option with Bonito, slap Tailor, Mullet and Squid for the larger offerings have been working well. On the bread and butters the humble worm, nippers, small white baits and pippies have been working great always taking into mind the regulations with collecting bait if your unsure look online through fisheries websites or ask your local tackle store.

Rivers

Rivers have been firing well, most trips I have been on in the last few weeks resulting in great catches of Flathead and Whiting. Hardbodies and soft plastics have been working a treat working the shallow flats as the tide drops away, it's a prime time to face these predators as they bask in the sun. When the tide changes and it's rushing in, the flats that have been dry for the low tide are great options, as the water slowly trickles over these flats. Whiting take advantage of the food on offer. Stickbaits and small cup face poppers are great to target these cunning hunters. Quick action works well but always change it up, you never know what will trigger them into a strike.

Rocks

Once again it's hard to find fish from the ledges with wind creating sessions near pointless at times. The thing about headlands is they can play great wind breakers and finding ledges where you can find safe ground is key. The odd Kingfish has been turning up around the stones with most fish around the 2-3kg mark. There's no monsters, but great fun on light tackle. Beware, taking this option can end in tears coming into summer, the bigger girls will be lurking and if your gear's not up to scratch it can get messy, I have seen remarkable runs from these fish and 90% of the time its for a ledge or some rocky reef. Tailor are still getting around but in little numbers. There has been the odd report of Snapper about with the bigger seas proving to be the better times to target them.

Till next time tight lines

Kane Fairchild

MO Tackle Team
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This 45cm Snapper fell to lightly presented Squidgies Whip Bait.
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Paul had a great day catching Trevally on Sebile Ghost Walkers.

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Re: Report 28/11/14

Post by subeditor » Fri Nov 28, 2014 10:32 am

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