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Nicole Penfold
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Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Jul 01, 2016 9:44 am

Another great week this week everyone.

Some really good sized salmon and tailor have been taking up residence in the gutters along all of the popular beaches. The fish have been turning up on the incoming tide or when the water is clean and have been taking small metals and casting hardbodies very well.

The break wall has been producing some good sized trevally when the water is clear. Fish have been taking small Squidgy Wrigglers in Wasabi when cast into the holes between the kelp beds.

The flats behind the islands have been producing some nice sized bream and luderick and also some nice sand whiting. Anchoring up on the flat and casting either further onto the flat or off the edge has been producing the most fish. Best bait has been live bass yabbies.

Howe Bight has been very productive on the flat ties with some 50cm+ fish being taken. Soft plastics, vibes and deep divers have all been catching fish.
Bream are still down the back of Allen's Head and have been sitting in about 2m of water out off the edges. Soft plastics and deep divers have been the best.
The large tailor are still down the back here and have again been taking a Liking to pretty much anything that moves. Surface lures are a really fun choice here with fish becoming completely air born on the strike.

The Narrows has started producing some good bream and flathead again. Fishing along the Narrows walk from the bank with local prawns has produced the bite.

Fish starting to fire in the top lake finally as the water begins to clear again. Bream have all started feeding again at Double Creek, Dead Finish, Palmers Bank and the rock walls along the second Narrows. Vibes, soft plastics and deep divers have all taken good numbers of fish.

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