Weekly Report 13 Sep 13

Davo's Noosa
Cnr Mary & Thomas St, Noosaville
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Weekly Report 13 Sep 13

Post by Brad » Fri Sep 13, 2013 2:14 pm

The fishing has improved over the past week particularly offshore with plenty of pearl perch and snapper being taken in the deeper waters around the Barwon Banks and Wide Caloundra. The tide changes are the better time to be fishing and the bite periods have lasted for at least 45 minutes giving anglers plenty of time to catch a few. The water temperature is around 23 degrees at the moment brining in sailfish out wide in big numbers so its worth a trip if the weather will allow. The inner reefs are best fished during the early mornings or late evenings for best results and a few sweetlip and red throat are still around mixed with other reef species.

The estuaries have reported some thumper bream being taken on fish baits of late. They are scattered but still with the passage area and in the canals. Whiting continue to be a worthy target and good numbers can be found in the southern reaches of the Pumicestone Passage. Flathead are taking baits and fishing around the drop offs on the back end of Bribie Island is one of the better spots to try. Trevally are hitting blades and soft plastics in the back end of the canal areas but you will work hard for them over the next couple of weeks. Military Jetty has happy moments and an odd herring or two on the correct part of the tide. Still some tarwhine along Bulcock Beach up to the 1kg mark. Crabs within the canal systems are bigger than those being taken in the passage at the moment.

The coming weeks are not looking too good weather wise with strong northerly winds and big seas predicted. This will bring on hotter weather and maybe bring in the run of tuna and big bait schools offshore early. The other good news from this is that the sand will start to come back on the beaches but so will the blue bottles. With school holidays coming up you will need to plan your trips carefully. Have Fun!
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