Weekly Report 10 Oct 11

Davo's Noosa
Cnr Mary & Thomas St, Noosaville
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Weekly Report 10 Oct 11

Post by Brad » Mon Oct 10, 2011 8:06 am

The fishing has been good over the past week with pearl perch and cobia really making a name for themselves. 4-5kg pearl perch have been taken around Wide Caloundra with the average fish coming in from 2-3kg. Some snapper have also come on the chew and that will continue this week on the lead up to the moon change. Moses perch and parrot are also amongst the esky fillers and there are a few cod still be taken on the shallow reef systems such as Murphy's. The Gneerings has also enjoyed a few nice snapper on the evening tide change. Old Women Island and all the areas in between it and Point Cartwright have seen some monster mack tuna over the weekend. These fish are getting well and truely up around the 7kg mark and make for a great fight. MIxed amongst them are other species of tuna and they are feeding on small whitebait so you will need to use nothing bigger than a 20g slug to have instant success.

The estuaries have seen a strong run of bream and again the big flathead are taken lures and baits from Happy Valley through to Bell's Creek and beyond. The sand banks around the mouth of Caloundra Bar are fairly popular on the top of the tide and the Boardwalk deeper waters are certainly worth a shot. Mangrove jack are slowly coming on and CUrrimundi Lake and the canals around Kawana and Pelican Waters are the best spots to target them. Live prawns or poddy mullet are the prefered baits. Whiting are everywhere in large schools but not many of them make the size limit. It is good fun to get on to them and once you have found them a little berley goes a long way in keeping them close to your area. Try the Blue Hole this week for bream and trevally along with Military Jetty.

I have two reels that I am selling, if either one interests you just give me call. A Trinidad TN30 in gold spooled with 300m of 50lb braid line. The reel still has its original box and is in great condition. $440.00. Also an Okuma V System V80SA high speed spin reel. It comes with two spools one with 300yds of 50lb braid on it. Original box and good condition. This reel is terrific for snapper, mackerel, kingfish, cobia and trevally. It has great stopping power and can be used to troll or cast heavy poppers. $160.00. Have Fun! Brad 0415 980 497

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