Weekly Report 7/6/13

Jason and Virginia Isaac
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Weekly Report 7/6/13

Post by Tony Zann » Fri Jun 07, 2013 2:32 pm

Of the rocks, there are a few tailor about with some fish well above the chopper class on offer for those fishing the more eastern points. With the water clarity slowly but surely improving, their numbers should improve from here on. Bream numbers have been excellent with Point Plomer and the headlands further north giving up a few top bags, although Miners and Shelley are both well worth a look. Drummer numbers continue to be above average with fish cruising most locations. Cunjevoi will be the bait of choice. Plenty of blackfish still around the washes, with fish to around a kilo eagerly taking cabbage baits by day and lightly weighted yabbies during the darker hours.
In the estuaries, flathead have been quite consistent with good fish taken on bait and lures. With the system still carrying a bit of colour, the lower reaches have been producing better. Bream numbers off the walls have been consistent if not spectacular, but the tides at present are about as good as they get for those keen on fishing after dark. The leases up Limeburners will also be well worth investigating. Blackfish numbers remain subdued with a few fish here and there but no really spectacular sessions. There are good numbers in the system already but they have not really fired up. The small fresh last weekend was not significant enough to really fire up mulloway, but a few have been landed from the break walls including a nice 18 kilo model by Leon Campbell.
On the beaches, the big seas of earlier in the week were most unwelcome. Just when conditions begin to settle and a few real quality formations develop, along comes another big sea to flatten them out. North Beach has been producing an excellent run of quality bream, as well as a few school mulloway. The evening tides have produced better. If a trip over the punt is not to your liking, the southern end if Lighthouse may also be worth investigating.
Offshore anglers have been enjoying some reasonable results in the brief opportunities when conditions allow, with good mixed catches. Bottom bashers have managed snapper with a few solid pearl perch and mid size kingfish. Plastics are accounting for the better numbers of quality reds. The odd Spanish mackerel is still hanging about, with Paul Hogan boating a couple of nice fish to around 20kg off Plomer in around 30m last weekend.
Jason and Virginia Isaac
Ned Kelly’s Bait and Tackle
(02) 6583 8318
jas.ned@bigpond.com

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