Weekly Report 27/3/09

Brad & Lisa Andrew
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Weekly Report 27/3/09

Post by Tony Zann » Fri Mar 27, 2009 2:42 pm

Offshore: There has been lots of offshore fishing effort courtesy of those involved in the Forster Fishing Carnival, but the effort has not always been rewarded. Snapper have been generally small but the occasional big pearl perch has made up for this. Bonito schools still dominate the close reefs. The best of the reports have come from down south, particularly Seal Rocks. Several anglers have reported some excellent snapper and kingfish in that area. The game fishing season remains disappointing.
Beaches: Beach fishing has been mainly limited to tailor, which have been in good numbers, but the average size is down. A number of second-hand reports have been received of unexpected mulloway captures. Bream activity is on the increase. Sharks remain a problem after dark.
Rocks: LBG action has slowed due to the drop in water quality and temperature. Sea surface temperature charts indicate another push of warm water is coming.
Estuary: The breakwalls continue to provide a steady supply of mulloway on lures and baits. Those fishing throughout the lake have reported mixed results. Bream, flathead, whiting, blackfish, leatherjackets and mullet are all on offer but have not always been co-operative. Prawns and crabs have been active. The ABT MegaBream is being held on the lake this weekend. It will be interesting to see if these guys can find the bigger bream that have been hard to find over the past week.
Lloyd Campbell, Great Lakes Tackle 6554 9541

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