Report 15/6/18

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Nicole Penfold
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Report 15/6/18

Post by Nicole Penfold » Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:56 pm

The sea conditions have changed for the better this week allowing anglers to get out of the harbour and fish a bit further out.

The twelve mile reef and the peak are still producing good sized winter kingfish taking live baits and jigs and as always the leather jackets are taking their fair share of rigs but if you can get past them there is good fish to be had.

Closer in around Longreef there has been some good sized snapper taken with a mix of kings eager to pick up a feed.

Fishing inside the harbour has improved lately with a large mix of fish being taken in and around the Clifton gardens area.

For those fishing the early morning with live yellowtail and or squid there is always an opportunity to pick up a king fish or two while some anglers have had excellent results fishing in the dark for harbour mulloway.

Squid numbers seem to be on the increase with good reports of anglers picking up a feed or some baits in a very short time using small jigs.

Some anglers are having a lot of luck around little Manly point while others are staying close to the spit bridge and around the boat moorings.

Fishing in north harbour can be very rewarding for those fishing with soft plastics and vibes in the shallows with good sized bream and flathead.

Fishing the beaches there is still good winter bream and whiting being taken with fresh or frozen worms with Freshwater and palm beach being very popular with some anglers getting themselves a good feed.

Fishing from some of our rock ledges has been very good this for some anglers fishing small light baits with a float in a good berley mix.

Snapper bream and trevally have been taken and with leather jackets and some very big drummer on offer there is no better time to get out there and try your luck.

Narrabeen lake although closed at the moment is still producing some nice flathead further up into the lake in the evening and in the early morning there is always a chance of picking up a bag of whiting on the run in tide as they are still eager to take some fresh or frozen worms fished on a light spin outfit.

Paul O Hagan

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


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