Weekly Report 25 Jul 12 Beachmere

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Weekly Report 25 Jul 12 Beachmere

Post by Brad » Thu Jul 26, 2012 7:05 pm

It has been a good week in the Caboolture River with a mixed bag being caught. Tailor hugging the 50cm mark have been ripping into the fisho's and some nice bream and whiting have been caught on prawns and worms. The lucky local couple that won the boat and outboard at the Beachmere Tavern christened their new boat with a lovely flathead at the one mile peg. Further up the river from Bakers to the Jew hole, plastics have been given the nod of approval for the big flathead, with some nice bream being caught in the deeper water. Big tides this week are bound to reap some rewards for the avid angler.
Cheers J. D.

Well we seem to have swapped some strong winds with the rain we have been having. There has not been very much fishing activity anywhere in the area over the last week as very few has braved the conditions to try for a few fish. There are a few bream around Donnybrook and their quality is OK. Still a few flathead in the same area and they are reasonably good quality fish. Still some whiting around Glassy, Mission and Poverty Creek and some good bream are showing up from the creek mouths and their usual spots. After two solid weeks of rain there is very little to talk about in this area. Down around Bribie there are a few flathead of reasonable quality coming from the southern beaches, also opposite Cornets, from the bridge and Sandstone Point. There a few good Mulloway coming from the Bribie area and the Jetty at night. There are still a few bream getting about and their quality is pretty good at the moment. The whiting are on the southern beaches but they are a bit on the small side. A few snapper around the Ripples but watch the size of the snapper you keep as some are undersize. Over around Beachmere they are getting a few nice flathead, the odd mulloway and some good quality bream.

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