Weekly Report 13 Jun 11

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Weekly Report 13 Jun 11

Post by Brad » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:33 am

Some real winter weather brings with it much cooler water temperatures and know doubt big knobbie snapper. As soon as it is possible to get out on the reefs the snapper will be coming on board without problems. Closer in reefs will be just fine to target snapper this week including the shallow areas around Old Women's Island and the Gneering Shoal. The Outer Gneerings has good pearl perch and snapper to 65cm as does the blinker out from Mooloolaba. There are many small patches of reef around the blinker at Mooloolaba and they are all worth a look on the tide changes. Wide Caloundra and the southern end of the Barwon Banks has big pearl perch, parrot and some nice cod at the moment. Cobia are hanging around the marks with a depth of around 50m and live yakkas are deadly on them but there are also stacks of grinners ready to destroy your bait and your rig.

The estuaries have bream and some flathead around at the moment. Small schools of chopper tailor can be seen breaking on the surface around the Pumistone Passage as they smash bait schools. The river mouths and weed beds are the best to target whiting and getting out in the cool water to pump some yabbies will reward you well. There are still some trevally hanging around the deeper pockets where ever there is some structure. There are plenty of herring and hardi heads around the pontoons and jetties so live bait is available. Try for flathead and whiting up in the shallows of Happy Valley and when the tide is low work the rocks around Kings Beach boat ramp for tailor and sweetlip. Kings and Moffat beach will be the best spots this week as they are a little sheltered from this blow.

So fish the close reefs this week outside for snapper, sweetlip and some pearl perch and the estuaries will still provide plenty of bream and whiting around the weed beds and shallows near the Blue Hole over near Bribie Island. Fish around the mouth of Caloundra Bar and the Maroochy rivers for mulloway and tailor and if your luck holds out a few mack tuna. Have Fun!

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