Weekly Report 3/9/10

Jason and Virginia Isaac
Ned Kelly’s Bait and Tackle
Ph: 02 6583 8318
jas.ned@bigpond.com
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Weekly Report 3/9/10

Post by Tony Zann » Fri Sep 03, 2010 12:39 pm

On the beaches, salmon remain common with most fish 2 to 4 kilo. Tailor numbers have been reasonable, although they remain a little hit and miss. Best results have from around Diamond Head. Bream numbers and quality remain quite good with North Beach and Lighthouse producing fish. At night school mulloway are in terrific numbers, although the flat seas around the full moon saw them a little more elusive. In these conditions, seek white water wherever you can find it. After dark you would be surprised at how little water these fish need to travel and feed, particularly near the top of the tide.
Off the rocks, drummer remain inconsistent with only the odd fish on offer. Most drummer enthusiasts are travelling south, with the results well worth the additional fuel. Blackfish numbers remain excellent, with solid models locally and around Point Perpendicular on cabbage and cunjevoi. Tailor numbers remain solid with the odd nice greenback, particularly from Big Hill and surrounds. Groper numbers remain excellent. Recent flat seas were ideal and most who threw a crab around the stones were rapidly connected.
In the estuary, flathead remain terrific. Whitebait has been the pick of the baits, while those throwing lures of all types continue to achieve considerable success. Bream numbers are reasonable and there are still some quality fish, with night anglers to do well now the moon is behind us. Winter 2011 cannot come soon enough for the diehard float watchers. For those keen enough, the Coal Wall again has been the pick of locations.
Offshore, a few yellowfin tuna and occasional marlin are lurking wider out, to delight of the game fishing enthusiasts. Providing the weather holds, this weekends outing for the game fishing club could be excellent. Closer in, pearl perch and snapper numbers remain excellent with baits and plastics working well on the reds. Those fishing the evening in the lead up to the full moon also encountered good numbers of teraglin, together with the odd mulloway and kingfish.
Jason and Virginia Isaac
Ned Kelly’s Bait and Tackle
(02) 6583 8318
jasned@ozemail.com.au

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