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Report 14/10/16

Posted: Fri Oct 14, 2016 1:53 pm
by subeditor
Outside it's been very quiet this week. With only the odd mackerel and wahoo being take or spotted, it's been a bit disappointing.
On the upside, the odd black out has started turning up out wide, so fingers crossed they come in a bit closer.

In the rive, Ukerebah Island has produced some good whiting, which have taken a liking to baits of yabbies.
Jack numbers are increasing, and Chinderah rock wall under the bridge seems to be a good bet if you want to tangle with a jack.
In this same area, some school jew have been taken, particularly where the deeper holes are.
There's been a few chopper tailor hanging around at the mouth, and metal slices, soft plastics and topwater lures are a good option if you're after some line-burning fun.

Some better size jew have been taken off the headlands, with no headland in particular standing out above the rest.
Black rock has been the go-to spot if you're after a feed of tailor from the beach.

Graeme and Julie Poile, Anglers Warehouse
1/64 Ourimbah Rd, Tweed Heads
Ph: 07 5536 3822