Report 3/6/16

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Merimbula, NSW 2548
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Nicole Penfold
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Report 3/6/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Jun 03, 2016 10:09 am

Merimbula Big Game and Lakes Angling Club are holding the Broadbill & Bluefin Tuna competition on the 10th-12th June, and then the following weekend 17th 19th June.
Drop in to check out our new Broadbill lumo skirts and lights. Also our comprehensive range of skirted lures perfect for the Bluefin
Seas have been a bit rough, but a few Yellowfin Tuna around. Still a few late season Marlin further North.

LOCAL BEACHES: Salmon and Tailor not as prolific this week but still reasonable numbers. Tura Beach to Short Point has been the hot spot this week Pilchards or metal lures most productive. Don’t be afraid to put out some bigger baits with burley to see what larger beast may lurk beneath the waves.

HEADLANDS: Reports of schools of Bonito still hanging about. A few Kingies amongst the Salmon, Tailor and Bonito. The Strada divers and poppers are doing the trick

BEGA RIVER producing some Flat Head, good numbers of Bream especially near the bridge system. Don’t be afraid to toss a few big plastics about for the Jew fish as there are reports of them being around. Try silver fox fish 100 Keitech crazy flapper 3.6 sight flash

PAMBULA RIVER/LAKE some flatties caught this week on soft plastics silver fox & Black and gold plastics always reliable. Tailor are going well try deep diving hard body lures. For Bream try Nippers or if lures are your go the Vibes do well

MERIMBULA LAKE Plenty of Tailor with the occasional Salmon, Trevally and Bream. Still a few whiting getting caught. Give the Flatties a go on soft plastics.

MERIMBULA WHARF Squid still about early mornings and late afternoons. King Fish were back this week still causing headaches for anglers being tough to land. Salmon and Tailor still about.

LOCAL REEFS have nice Snapper taking both jigs and plastics. Drop in for some good recommendations. Good sized Morwong, Flathead and occasional Kingfish have all been around. Mako’s and Bronzies are taking baits out of a burley trail

TATHRA WHARF: Salmon and Tailor still around. Arma metals are still a popular choice for here Slimy’s are still around so try them for your live bait

Report written by Tom Hammond

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