Report 19/11/15

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Report 19/11/15

Post by Nicole Penfold » Thu Nov 19, 2015 11:56 am

Lakes Entrance
King George Whiting and Flathead are biting in the Rigby and Hopetoun Channels, on peeled prawn, pilchard and hard bodied plastics. Bream and the “odd” Luderick have been taken off the town jetties. Offshore, anglers have bagged out on Snapper to 7kg.

Lake Tyers
Bream have been caught in Blackfellow’s Arm, using prawn and soft plastics. Flathead are “on the go” in shallow water, to 3 metres around the channel markers and Cameron’s Arm. Hard bodied plastics are picking up fish. The beach has Salmon striking silver lures.

Mitchell River
Rivermouth Road has been closed due to maintenance work on the Silt Jetties. However, “the bluff” is good for Flathead on soft plastics. “Grassy Banks” are producing Bream using prawn and crab. Picnic Point has a few Bass biting on hard bodied lures.

Tambo River
Marshall’s Flat has Bream taking prawn and sandworm.

Bream are active between the two bridges near the caravan park. Prawn and shrimp are catching fish.

Shaving Point has plenty of King George Whiting. Best bait is shrimp and mussel.

Sperm Whale Head has Tailor striking trolled metal lures. The Strait has Leatherjacket and some Flathead taking mussel and prawn.

Holland’s Landing
The “wood pile” area has good size Bream prevalent. Peeled prawn and sandworm are best bait.

The Snowy River has risen so the best fishing is around the estuary and jetty, where some large Flathead have been landed on plastics and pilchard. The Brodribb River has some nice Estuary Perch striking hard bodied diving lures. The surf is good for Salmon and “Gummies”.

Bemm River
Trevally and Flathead are biting in the channel, using peeled prawn and soft plastics. The river and lake has good size Bream. Try prawn ad sandworm.

Tamboon Inlet
Tailor and Bream have been caught at Fisherman’s Landing, on fresh prawn and metal lures.

Plenty of Flathead have been landed in both Lakes, using yabbies, prawn and soft plastics. Luderick have been taken off the wharf using weed and mussel. “Gummies” and King Fish can be had offshores.

Omeo High Country
The bottom end of the Livingstone Creek has Brown Trout taking worm.

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

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