Report 4/11/16

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Report 4/11/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Nov 04, 2016 3:59 pm

Still some good numbers of gummy sharks off shore at the moment. Fishing out the front of Gabo Island or down off the aerials has been the best place to find them. Scattered reef seeming to hold the bigger ones. Fresh fish fillets are the best bait.

A few big schools of salmon showing up in the main gutter at Bastion Point. Some fish in the entrance also. Spinning metals is the best method.

Main wharf producing some good luderick. Weightless green and brown weed taking most of the fish as they have been fussy. Incoming tide producing the best results.

Coul’s Inlet firing with bream and flathead. Working soft plastics off and around the jetties land based has been the best way to get into the fish. Critter bait and curl tails plastics have been the best.

Fisheries jetties producing trevally and tailor. Weightless pieces of blue bait taking the fish. Incoming tide has been good with the bigger fish showing up then.

Karbethong Jetty starting to hold some flathead. Fishing prawn style soft plastics off the jetty has been producing a few eating sized fish.
The Narrows producing bream, flathead, salmon and tailor on prawn and blue bait. The key is to walk further than all of the usual spots and fish into newer water.

Snapper point producing flathead on vibes. A few bream here also.

8 Foot Bank and Goodwin Sands holding good numbers of bream along the edges. Rolling diving lures has been the best method. If the fish are finicky try pausing the lure.

Kingfisher Point and Allen’s Head producing some better sized flathead. Fishing 100mm+ plastics here has been the best way to get the fish.

Double Creek and Dead Finish both producing bream and flathead on surface lures and hard bodies.

Palmers Bank holding flathead and bream. Soft plastics and hard bodies taking most of the fish.

Cape Horn producing some smaller bream (30-35cm) and flathead. Prawns have been the best.

Wallagaraugh River producing some good perch. Soft plastics and hardbodies producing the fish.

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