Report 7/10/16

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Report 7/10/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Oct 07, 2016 2:44 pm

MERIMBULA WHARF producing nice size Squid, the odd Salmon & Tailor. Heaps of baitfish both Slimmeys and Yellowtail

GAME FISHING A few nice sized Albacore along with a few good sized Striped Tuna caught at Morwory Point

TURA BEACH has been OK with a few Salmon and Tailor taking both lures and bait. Night fishing has been producing a few Gummy Sharks. Best to use fresh salmon for bait

MAIN BEACH still getting some nice Salmon and the odd Bream are being caught. If your after the Flatties the river mouth is the place to go

HAYCOCK is producing the best catches with good numbers of Salmon. Using pilchards has been most popular. Arma lures are also popular with all beach fishing. The trick is to find those deep gutters

HEADLANDS are still producing some nice size Drummer on Tura Head, Short Point and Haycock, with the odd Tailor and Salmon coming in as well. Reports of a few Kingies off the Headland as well.

THE REEFS have been producing a few Snapper, Nannygai, Morwong and Flathead are starting to show up. Bournda Island is proving to be successful around the 40-42 metres

BEGA RIVER has a few bream in the upper reaches. Try some surface lures in the shallows will work best. Still good numbers of Flathead up towards the bridge in the deeper holes; try some silver fox or black and gold fish on squidgy plastics. Some nice Perch and Bass coming in as well, go for the deeper holes on the rock walls, or surface lures in the snags& upper reaches

MERIMBULA LAKE still has some nice Trevally around the main bridge; try some small plastics for them. There’s still some nice Flathead being caught on plastics and vibes. Their have been great catches of Tailor also. Go for the deep diving hard bodies for them. Surface lures over the weed beds on high tide are also recommended. The whiting are on the move now so for best results try the Red Devil worms on the sand flats

PAMBULA LAKE. Some nice Salmon down near the mouth with a few good size Flathead coming out from Broadwater. The Tailor is also dominant here on metals and again the deep diving hardbody.

WONBOYN producing a few nice Bream in the upper reaches with the odd perch around as well. Flathead being caught in the main lake.

Happy fishing from the Tackleworld staff

Tackle World Merimbula
47 Market St, Merimbula
Tel: 02 6495 1681

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