Report 29/1/16

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Report 29/1/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Jan 29, 2016 10:12 am

Lakes Entrance
Schools of Trevally have been moving about from the Footbridge to Fraser Island. Peeled prawn is best bait. Good size Bream have been caught around the Fuel Jetty in North Arm with gars higher up the Arm. Pippi and prawn are getting fish.
The Channels have King George Whiting plus a few Tailor and Flathead.

Lake Tyers
Flathead are still abundant in the shallows in the main lake. Soft plastics and local prawn are picking up fish. Bream are active in Blackfellows Arm and around the Glasshouse. Trevally and Tailor are biting after sunset, between No.2 Jetty and the beach.

Mitchell River
Bream are cruising between Shadoof Lodge and the Barrier. Prawn and spider crab are best bait. Estuary Perch are around the Highway Bridge after sunset. Try hard bodied lures. Some gars are around the mouth and at Wattle Point.

Tambo River
Marshalls Flat has Bream taking peeled prawn.

Bream are between the Poplars and Cliffs. Prawn and sandworm are producing fish.

Some King George Whiting have been landed at Shaving Point on pippi. Bancroft Bay is good for Salmon, Bream and Flathead.

Bream are biting off the Jetties in Newlands Arm on sandworm and live prawn. Some Tailor are in the Lake, with “Gummies” off Ocean Grange.

Holland's Landing
Flathead and Bream have been caught at Seacombe Landing, using prawn and sandworm.

The Estuary has plenty of Mullet, Estuary Perch, Bream and Flathead in the shallows, chasing prawns. Luderick are at the Rock Groynes. The surf has Salmon and Tailor striking silver lures and pilchard.

Bemm River
The channel has Trevally and Tailor in good numbers. Hard bodied lures and local prawn are picking up fish. Flathead and Bream can be had in the lake.

Tamboon Inlet
The Rocks area is the best spot for Bream and Flathead on prawn and soft plastics.

The Bottom Lake has Flathead biting on live poddies at sunrise. The Top Lake has Bream taking prawn. Luderick are still at the Wharf, with Estuary Perch in the river above the lake.The surf has large Salmon on the go using poppers and pilchards.

Omeo High Country
Recent rain has activated Trout in the Mitta Mitta and Gibbo Rivers. Worms and hoppers are best bait.

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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