Weekly Report 11/3/11

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Tony Zann
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Weekly Report 11/3/11

Post by Tony Zann » Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:55 am

Last week brought some mixed results for the blue-water fishers out of an ocean that was fairly ordinary. The Spanish mackerel went a little quiet but the Spotties are still in good numbers. They are still finicky and fishos are saying the bite starts late morning around Grassy so it’s worth hanging around for a while. There were a few slimies about last week but pilchards are still working well. There were a number of cobia caught through the week with the best from Narelle Bunt going 23.5 kilos. Early in the week wahoo were on the bite taking trolled skirts mainly from the Gaol Grounds to Hat Head. Smaller yellowfin are in good numbers with bonito and mac tuna.
There is a fresh in the river at the moment which has made it a little more productive. Bigger bream have been along the breakwall with some around the kilo mark. Rainbow Reach has been fishing well for school jew and flathead while Jerseyville has GTs and flathead with the odd whiting on the flats. Clybucca has a heap of undersize flathead being hooked with small stingrays in annoyingly high numbers. Try the oyster racks for some nice bream and a few whiting. The river is full of mullet so it won’t be long before we start seeing those Qld beach haulers wreaking havoc on spawning fish.
Bigger swells last week took a toll on the rockhoppers with a few reports of tailor, bream and tuna off the ledges. The beaches have been fishing well for dart, whiting and bream with a few tailor, flathead and soapy jew around Hat Head.
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