Report 14/5/19

McCallum's Tackle World
47 Kinghorne st
Nowra, NSW 2541
Ph: (02) 4421 2418
mccallumssports@shoalhaven.net.au
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Report 14/5/19

Post by Nicole Penfold » Mon May 20, 2019 11:15 am

Out wide has defiantly been on the quiet side with a couple days of bad weather not many have ventured out. In close the snapper bite is still going NUTS! The boys fishing on YA MUM had a cracking afternoon on the reds fishing baits and soft plastics. Out deeper on the snapper grounds is holding a lot of them pesky leather jackets we all hate! My tip try them shallower in shore reefs or even the washes.

Off the stones has saw some solid drummer fishing good customer Thomas Jones has been whacking a few drummer as well as bream and trevally. As the water cools you’ll notice the humble old Australian salmon hanging around a platform near you. Bleed and kept nice these cool water speedsters make awesome Thai fish cakes light spin outfits with a handful of metals should get the job done.

In the river has saw good numbers still of school jew with the live bait fishermen probably doing better at enticing a bite. Like mentioned in previous reports sneaking out at sparrows fart collecting live baits outside the crooky river is what’s working well at the moment. All the usual haunts ( edges and drop-offs) are holding good number of feeder sized flathead consider using slower tactics for example slower lifts and longer pause’s as this weather cools off coming into winter naturally the water cools off causing fish to become slower. Therefore slower presentation will better entice the bite.

St Georges basin is still ticking over very well! Still good number of bream, flathead and the odd jew being caught.


McCallum's Tackle World
47 Kinghorne St, Nowra
Ph: (02) 4421 2418
fishin@mccallumstackleworld.com.au

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