Weekly Report 21 Mar 14

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Weekly Report 21 Mar 14

Post by Brad » Fri Mar 21, 2014 12:08 pm

Wind wind, wind, is all we see and feel at the moment but there is a reprieve on the way over the weekend so hopefully a few can get out and get amongst them. The estuaries are alive with small bream and mangrove jack at the moment and there are plenty of good size tailor around in the canals chasing the herrings. Small schools of moses perch are around McKenzies bridge area and a few muddies have been taken deeper into the Mooloolah River system. Whiting are in Currimundi Lake on the channel side closest to the rocks and around the flats in the passage. The bream are plentiful in the estuaries and small soft plastics like Damiki's are nailing them. A very light 1/16th jig head will do the trick and a slow retrieve. Paddle tailed plastics and small blades are also doing the trick.

Offshore there are still mackerel around the Gneerings and around the blinker at Mooloolaba. The spoil grounds outside of Caloundra are still producing good fish and most of them have been taken on floating pilchards where as the schools around Mooloolaba are taking trolled baits and hard bodied lures. The bottom is a little quiet at this point but the deeper waters over 85m are producing quality king fish and amberjack along with snapper and pearl perch. It is a fair punch out to areas like the Barwon Banks and Wide Caloundra in this wind but there are still good wahoo and mackerel along with schools of tuna around the areas. This weekend in particular should be interesting because it could be the last shot at the mackerel particularly if the weather cools from now on. Have Fun!
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Tailor are in the canals at the moment

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