Report 25/5/18

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533 Pittwater Rd, Brookvale
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Nicole Penfold
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Report 25/5/18

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Jun 01, 2018 2:34 pm

Fishing from the beaches at the moment can be very rewarding with a range of species on offer.

Whiting have been taken in good numbers from freshwater beach in the early morning and just before dusk with live and frozen worms fished with a very light leader.

Curl Curl beach has a nice gutter half way along and from all reports there are some good sized tailor on the prowl in the evening just before dark.
Dee Why beach is giving up some good sized bream and the chance of a mulloway in the evening is always there.

With the latest reports coming from Collaroy beach of large amounts of tailor patrolling the area it would be a good time to get out there armed with some gang hooks and pilchards could see a feed of fresh fish for the table.

Fishing offshore around Browns Mountain, gem fish are on offer for the boys deep dropping and the odd mako shark.

For those trolling skirts around there are some blue and striped marlin on offer. No good reports this week of tuna, as the weather conditions have not been the best.

The twelve mile and the peak reefs have still some very large kings to be had.

Long Reef is starting to fire with some good reports of quality snapper and flathead being taken as well as trevally that are picking up in numbers.
The key to catching some of these fish is laying down a trail of chopped up pilchards and feeding out unweighted baits in the trail.

Fishing from the rock ledges and in the wash there have been good reports of drummer and pan sized snapper along with small rat kings taking a variety of baits.

Inside the harbour there is still a mixed bag of fish available and with good numbers of trevally showing up, a good days fishing can be had by all fishing from a boat or the land.

Seaforth area is reported to be holding large quantities of good sized bream and trevally for those fishing with floats and small hooks and a good bucket of berley.

Flathead are being taken on the drift in all of the sandy areas form the heads to North Harbour when the conditions are right.

Paul O Hagan

533 Pittwater Rd
Brookvale, NSW
Ph: (02) 9949 9488


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