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Weekly Report 3/9/10

Posted: Fri Sep 03, 2010 12:39 pm
by Tony Zann
We had mixed results last week in conditions that were pretty good. Grassy heads has been a little slow with a heap of bonito on the bottom but snapper numbers are not good. Scotts Head is fishing better with some nice pearl perch and snapper coming in. There is still the odd leatherjacket about from 60m and out. Fish Rock reports are filtering through with a couple of cracker kings caught along with good numbers of mack tuna. Green Island has been producing quality bream and the odd tailor. Charter boats are reporting a few kings out wider off Rocks In Line.
A few blackfish along the wall and out of Back Creek but unfortunately the numbers are not there. Bream are off the breakwall on the change of the tide with a few flathead towards the boat ramp. The end of the wall has been productive for tailor and salmon late afternoons. Up river around Jerseyville bream and flathead are about in fair numbers with the odd school jew and whiting taking live worms. There are a few bream around the oyster racks at Clybucca while Stuarts Point should get you a flathead of two.
Smoky Beach has been slow with gutter structure not spectacular at the moment. There has been a few bream along the beach with salmon and tailor patchy. North Gap has a few tailor and salmon off the rocks as do the Jail ledges with a few bream and blackfish.
Come in and check out our new range of Rapala lures including the new Clacking Rap exciting the snapper fishermen.
Mark and Denise Bird and Paul and Michelle Martin
Rocks Marine Bait and Tackle
02 6566 6726
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