Weekly Report 27/11/09

Mark & Denise Bird, Paul & Michelle Martin
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Tony Zann
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Weekly Report 27/11/09

Post by Tony Zann » Fri Nov 27, 2009 4:06 pm

A week of north-east winds made fishing outside an early morning option only. We have had some very promising reports of good fish out on the wider grounds with one fisho spooled twice in the one session on what he thought to be big tuna. He also noted there were some big sharks around the same area. The Dot has been holding some nice snapper through the week with pearl perch. In close at Grassy, fishing was slow with one or two small snapper reported with some better fish out a little wider. In front of the jail, mac tuna, bonito and the odd tailor have been jumping all over small metal casting lures, 10g to 15g should do it. Fish Rock has been frustrating the kingfish boys with a lot of rats but there has been the odd hoodlum about, some unstoppable. An update on what has become our temporary FAD; it will be replaced in its original position the end of this week.
Some nice bream were caught drifting along the North Wall last week with the odd 40cm bruiser in the bag. The old favourite haunt in front of the Tavern has produced some monster flathead over a few years, last week was no different with two beauties coming in for a couple of locals. Flathead and whiting have been on the bite up towards Stuarts Point where the water is clearing up. Jerseyville up to Kinchela has been fishing well for whiting with a lot of undersize fish.
The numbers of whiting caught on Main Beach is amazing; unfortunately finding a legal one is tough. Smoky has a better quality fish but the numbers aren’t there. Gap is still producing the odd tailor late afternoon. Rockhoppers are getting into some mac tuna and bonito while there has been the odd bream and tailor off the ledges.
Don’t forget, we are doing lay-bys for that Christmas gift idea.
Mark and Denise Bird and Paul and Michelle Martin
Rocks Marine Bait and Tackle
(02) 6566 6726

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