Report 9/8/19

Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre
2 Marine Pde
Lakes Entrance, Vic 3909
Ph: 1800 637 060
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Nicole Penfold
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Report 9/8/19

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Aug 09, 2019 1:53 pm

Lakes Entrance
Bullock island is producing Salmon chasing laser lures. Surf beaches are also good for salmon with pilchard and poppers. Offshore at Six Mile Reef for pinkies.

Lake Tyers
The best spots for bream are from Trident Arm and up to Cameron’s Arm. Bait of choice being prawn and worm. Bag limits are being reached.

Mitchell River
Perch are at the highway bridge and the Wy Yung bridge, best time around 4 – 5pm using soft plastics and hard bodied diving lures. Bream are around The Barrier and towards the Two Bells. Best bait is unweighted local prawn.

Tambo River
From the river mouth and heading towards the Powerlines and all the way to The Cliffs for bream. The baits to use are yabbies and fresh shrimp.

At the front of the caravan park for juvenile bream taking prawn. The highway bridge for good size mullet taking worm.

Metung Wharf, the Boardwalk and the rock wall for bream, trevally and mullet using worm, shrimp and peeled prawn.

Good mullet are being caught in McMillan Strait with worm as bait. Bream are about The Cut with local prawn.

Holland’s Landing
McLennan Strait, Seacombe Landing and The Woodpile for bream, mullet and tailor. Best baits are worm, prawn and cut pilchard.

There are bream, luderick and mullet throughout the lake system. The surf for salmon on pilchard and poppers.

Bemm River
Tailor are in the river taking soft plastics and metal lures. Bream are also about the river taking soft plastics.

Tamboon Inlet
Bream are at the river mouth and up to Furnell Landing on prawn. Trevally are in the system taking blue bait, prawn and pilchard.

The Top Lake is best for bream and the odd flathead. Heading up to Gypsy Point and towards Genoa for best results. Harrison’s Channel for luderick on weed.

Omeo High Country
Closed Season

Compiled by Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre. For information for your holiday conference or event, call 1800 637 060, email or visit Both the Lakes Entrance and Bairnsdale Visitor Information Centres issue Recreational Fishing Licenses.

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