Report 12/2/16

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Nicole Penfold
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Report 12/2/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Feb 12, 2016 9:22 am

Lakes Entrance
The Footbridge and Jetties are producing Trevally, Mullet and the odd King George Whiting. Local prawn and sandworm is best bait.
Reeve and Rigby Channel have plenty of Salmon and Trevally, taking pilchard and prawn. Eastern Beach and Lake Bunga have good size Salmon.

Lake Tyers
Large Flathead have been landed around the “Glasshouse” and Trident Arm, using soft plastics and peeled prawn. Bream are biting in Blackfellows Arm on prawn and sandworm. Tailor are still active around No.2 Jetty.

Mitchell River
Bream are bountiful around Two Bells near the river mouth. Prawn and spider crab are catching fish. Some Estuary Perch have been landed around the Highway Bridge, on deep diving lures

Tambo River
Bream are being caught between Three Gums and Reynolds Road. Prawn and shrimp are accounting for most fish.

Fishing has been slow, but Bream can be had around the Reeds and Railway Bridge. Prawn and sandworm are best bait.

Flathead and a few Bream have been taken off the Boardwalk, on local prawn and sandworm. King George Whiting are in Bancroft Bay.

Good size King George Whiting are cruising around Progress Jetty and feasting on mussels. Large Tailor are striking trolled lures in the lake. Flathead and Gars are around Crescent Island.

Holland’s Landing
The Wharf is producing Big Bream on spider crab and prawn.

Plenty of prawns are around the entrance, which has been the best spot for Flathead. The Rivers are good for Bream, Estuary Perch, Mullet and Luderick. Sandworm, spider crab and prawn are taking fish.

Bemm River
Tailor are in the channel and chasing silver lures. The Lake has Flathead, partial to live prawn and Bream biting on sandworm and plastics. The entrance has closed.

Tamboon Inlet
The camp site area has Flathead and Tailor being landed on soft plastics and hard bodied lures.

Both Lakes have plenty of Bream, Tailor and some elusive Flathead. Yabbies, prawn and sandworm are getting good results. The Wharf has Luderick and Trevally.

Omeo High Country
The Gibbo River has Trout taking 'hoppers' and Celta lures.

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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