Weekly Report 7/10/07

Brad & Lisa Andrew
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Weekly Report 7/10/07

Post by Tony Zann » Sun Oct 07, 2007 11:52 am

Offshore: Yellowfin tuna in the mid-20kg range and lots of striped tuna are cruising around in the 70 to 90 fathom area. Several boats worked much wider than this with little success. One of these boats encountered a small black marlin free jumping as they returned from out wide. The closer reefs have provided mixed results. The snapper numbers seemed to have dropped off a bit but the pearl perch reports are on the increase.
Beaches: A good run of bream were reported at Seal Rocks over the weekend. Closer to town, sand whiting numbers are on the rise. A few just legal tailor have come from Seven Mile Beach in the last few days.
Rocks: A few drummer continue to be caught off the rocks at Jannies Corner. Traditionally this is the time of the year that the old-timers get quality snapper off the rocks at Seal Rocks.
Estuary: Just when the mulloway were getting active, they shut down again. Bream have been a bit scarce in the lower part of the lake but a few guys working the areas between Green Point and Coomba Park have done better. Whiting, both trumpeter and sandies, are up for grabs. Flathead are the easiest fish to target and are taking all manner of lures and baits.
Lloyd Campbell, Great Lakes Tackle 6554 9541

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