Report 24/10/14

Davo's Noosa
Cnr Mary & Thomas St, Noosaville
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Davo's North Shore
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Report 24/10/14

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Oct 24, 2014 10:41 am

With the Weather window opening up over the last few days, it was good to see a few people taking advantage of the offshore fishing. There have still been some reasonable reports of Snapper around, on most inshore and wide reefs. The big news is the School Mackerel have turned up on Currumundi Reef, watch out for the Dolphin fish. Yes to all our surprise we are moving back into pelagic season. So get the lures out of the cupboard and sharpen up those hooks. Here's a link to the forecast.

May all your fish be REEL screamers...

Offshore

Arkwright Shoals - Grass Sweetlip & Parot Fish
Coolum Reef - Grass Sweetlip, Red Throat
Victor Bailey Reef -
Sunshine Reef - Snapper and Grass Sweetlip
Old Woman Island - Grass Sweetlip, Cuttle fish and Squid in the morning
Point Cartwright Rubble Grounds - Grass Sweetlip & Parot Fish
Inner Gneering - Parot & Grass Sweetlip,
Outer Gneering - Squire/Snapper, Parot fish
Murphy's Shoal - Grass Sweetlip, Parot Fish
Raper Shoal - Grass Sweetlip and Quality Parot fish
Currumundi Reef - Grass Sweetlip, School Mackerel
Five Mile Reef - Juvenile Blacks and Sailfish
Eight Mile Reef -
Nine Mile Reef -
Ten Mile Reef - Snapper and Pearl perch
Twelve Mile Reef - Pearlies
Caloundra wide - Pearlies
Hutchinson shoals -
Northern end Barwon Banks - Red Throat Emperor, Snapper and Parot Fish
Middle of the Barwon Banks - Mixed Reef Species
Southern end Barwon Banks - Pearlies, Tusk Fish, Snapper
The Hards - Pearlies, Red Throat, Parot/Tuskies.
Buddina, Kawana Waters, Warana & Bokarina Beaches

Along Most Access - Dart and Bream
The Washing Machine - Dart, Whiting, Bream
Pt Cartwright rocks - Bream, Squiry Snapper & Tailor
Rock wall Mooloolah River - Tailor first up at dawn
Wurtulla - Sand Flathead, Whiting, Bream.
Mooloolah River & Local Waterways

Big Bream
Whiting in the basin on the low tide
Sand crabs toward the mouth
Bridge Seafood Bridge - Trevally
Tight Lines,

Capt Micheal Phillips

Capt Micheal Phillips
Kawana Bait & Tackle
(07) 5444 5551
www.kawanabaitandtackle.com.au

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Re: Report 24/10/14

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Oct 24, 2014 10:42 am

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