Report 25/10/18

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Nicole Penfold
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Report 25/10/18

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Oct 26, 2018 3:33 pm

With the snapper comp held last weekend there was some very good results for some anglers with quality snapper being taken while others battled through the swarms of barracouta and trevally that were eager to take anything that was going.

As well as some of these species there was a few mako sharks patrolling around looking for an easy meal and chewing up some tackle.

A large number of teraglin have moved in onto the inshore reefs and are being taken in good numbers.

On our offshore reefs the bite seems to have gone of at the minute and the only reports are of plagues of jackets destroying any tackle that is put down.

It should not be long before we have some reports of game fish turning up out wide, as the water temperature is around twenty-two degrees at the moment.

Sydney harbour has again switched into high gear with tailor filling up the harbour in big numbers and with king fish and salmon it seems to be the place to be at the moment.

Trolling small diving lures or metals should get a strike or two but for some of the very large kingfish that are about a fresh squid or yellowtail trolled around will increase your chances of picking up a fish or two.

As the water has cleared up a bit the squid have come back on the bite in and around the spit bridge a few anglers have been picking up some good bait on small squid jigs.

Beach fishing is improving week by week as the water temp is starting to climb

Bream whiting and flathead numbers are starting to pick up and are being taken on worms with a few surprise catches of mulloway in the early morning for one lucky angler.

Most anglers chasing mulloway will target them in darkness but if conditions are right there is always the chance of picking up one of these elusive fish.

Narrabeen Lake is improving week by week but for the fish to come on properly the lake needs to be opened to the ocean but with dredging operations going on it will be a while yet before this happens.

There are still some very good flathead being taken in the evening further up into the lake on small diving lures and vibes.

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


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