Report 20/9/18

Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre
2 Marine Pde
Lakes Entrance, Vic 3909
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Report 20/9/18

Post by Nicole Penfold » Thu Sep 20, 2018 3:28 pm

Lakes Entrance
The surf beaches have gummy shark. The floating jetty at Myer Street for tailor and trevally taking pilchard. Offshore at Six Mile Reef for a mixed bag.

Lake Tyers
Bream are about from Devils Hole to the island and Mill Point, best results on prawn. Try the surf for salmon and gummy shark.

Mitchell River
From the highway bridge and towards Shadoof Lodge for bream and some mullet. Best bait being worm, spider crab and prawn. Also try The Cut.

Tambo River
From the highway bridge and down towards Sandy’s Bluff for bream with worm as preferred bait.

From The Reeds, Car Bodies and the Strait Six are the best spots for bream on worm and lures.

The best spot for flathead is the back of Flanagan Island in shallow water. Best results using shrimp and prawn.

In the Strait using very light gear with prawn and worm as bait will get the best results. The dolphins have also returned.

Holland’s Landing
Bream are about from The Woodpile to Hollands Landing on worm.

Cape Conran have flathead and gummies. Surf beaches for salmon. Mullet are cruising at Marlo on worm. The Brodribb and the Snowy Rivers have bream and luderick taking prawn and worm.

Bemm River
Bream are in the river taking worm. The surf beaches for salmon.

Tamboon Inlet
Bream are cruising up the river on worm and prawn. Some trevally are about on pilchard. The surf for salmon.

Surf beaches have salmon on pilchard, poppers and metal lures. Best spot for bream is Gipsy point on prawn and yabbies.

Omeo High Country
The Mitta Mitta is the best for trout. Anglers Rest is also worth a look. Try using earth worm.

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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