Report 14/9/18

Sneaky Fisho
533 Pittwater Rd, Brookvale
Ph: (02) 9949 9488
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Nicole Penfold
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Report 14/9/18

Post by Nicole Penfold » Thu Oct 04, 2018 5:00 pm

While there are times that things slow down in this area it can be something as simple as the change of tide that brings the fish on the bite.

Berley being the key factor for those fishing the bottom as it will draw fish from near and far and increase your chances of taking a few fish.

Narrabeen lagoon has at last been opened after being closed for several months witch in turn should flush out some of the water that has been getting very stale and reviving the fish with some fresh oxygen going into the system.

As well as a good time to fish the lake the entrance can be very productive with small bait fish being washed out into the tide and attracting some of the predators looking for an easy meal.

While fishing the entrance and along the beach there is always a chance of picking up a mulloway on slab or live baits as they hunt along the out flow from the lake.

While they kids are of on school holidays it is a great way to pass a few hours and Narrabeen is one of the perfect spots for them to learn the art of fishing armed with a simple rod and reel and a few prawns they can have a great time enjoying what the great out doors has to offer.

Manly dam is another great spot for the family to have a picnic and for the kids to try and catch some of the red fin and carp on light gear using bread and sweet corn for bait.

More reports are coming in that kings are appearing of our rock ledges among the pelagics with north and south curl curl being some of the better spots to get a hook up.

Inside the harbour the schools of fish are still actively chasing baitfish and in around the shallow bays and sand flats there are a few nice flathead on the prowl being taken on soft plastics and small hard bodied lures.

Paul O Hagan

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

A smile says it all with this young angler holding a beautiful snapper taken while out on a recent trip out to long reef one of the most productive reefs that is on the northern beaches.

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