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Davo's Noosa
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Davo's North Shore
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Nicole Penfold
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Report 2/2/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Feb 05, 2016 10:34 am

January 28
With high winds forecast for the weekend my best advice could be night time hightide with a poddy mullet/Herring swimming for your chance to catch one of the many river spiecies being taken on such rigs at the moment such as Trevally(Giant or Golden),Mangrove Jack and Flathead, Bream and whiting are also being caught around our local rivers with beach worms and Prawns being the best baits.

January 29
Morning report:
The pics from the headland look nice and calm but that won't stay that way with the northerlies at Morton still blowing 15-20kts.
it almost looks tempting enough to go for a little drive with some lures/trolled bait around the headland and shark nets before it blows up, but other than that river fishing is the go with the rain in the catchment areas looking set to flush a few big Mudcrabs out into the deeper holes and the rest of the esturine marine life to get active.
Afternoon report:
Today wasn't great but tomorrow should be as the rivers get the long over-due flushout they have been waiting for the the fishing in our creeks and rivers should become incredible, I'm not really seeing much of a window for the off-shore fisherman for the next week but the flathead bream and whiting should really fire up over the next couple of days, a customer of the shop was telling me today that he caught 3 lovely Flathead in the Mooloolaba river on Zman Slim Swimz purchased from here at the shop(sorry no Pics yet),kawana beach should be worth a fish with these north-westerlies around as the wind will be at your back and they been catching some really good Whiting Flathead and Bream at low tide off there lately, also the Trawlers is worth a fish for big Bream trevally and the chance of a Jack.

January 31
Morning report:
This morning looks very calm in light of last nights storm. There is certainly an opportunity to fish the shorelines this morning with the gutters being sturred up. The river systems should be flushed and that tends to stir up the fish.
Afternoon report:
Looks like this weather is going to stick around until at least Tuesday, but there's always the rivers and estuaries to throw a line.

February 1
The weather has been looking difficult to fish according to reports. Fishing the inside reefs for mackerel are still very possible as the weather forecast have been hot and humid they have surely been a lot calmer than the predictions.

February 2
Morning report:
If you have managed to get out and have a fish the Mackerel are hitting trolled slimy's and pilly's around the Gneering and Blinker with 12 Mile still the best spot to land a few fish. The bottom fishing locally has offered some squire, pearl perch and parrrot fish. best baits are squid and pilly's.
Afternoon report:
Well the forecasts were dead wrong today as we have seen 5-10 knot winds with 1m swell all day. It looks like the wind and swell will be that again and very comfortable for offshore fishing. The estuaries are still holding some nice trevally and in this cloud cover some good mangrove jack also. Whiting and flathead are being caught around Labalsa Park and Minyama Island is a great area to try with a small boat or a kayak. If you want to get amongst a few offshore species the Mackerel are still around and The outter Gneerings are holding both spanish and spotties.

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Dean Lovelock
PH: (07) 5444 5551
These spotties were picked up along the inside of Morton Island earlier this week after the angler found a small bait ball and trolled hardbodies around it.

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