Report 29/3/16

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Report 29/3/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Apr 01, 2016 11:19 pm

March 27
Morning report: Boaties are heading out early with good reports of Mackerel and the occasional Wahoo they have been caught in both deep and shollow waters. Just goes to show it pays to work top and bottom. A few locals are up early this morning working the gutters out front. Rivers and estuaries are producing good catches of estuary cod, whiting and flathead.
Afternoon report: Plenty of boaties getting out and about. Reports are a bit hit and miss with some getting great catches. Mackerel and Tuna on the go, I guess you need to work the reefs. Just as good throughout the rivers, A couple of people returning for more bait and saying they have had to upsize because they are getting bitten off, whatever it is.

March 28
Notable catches off the Barwon Banks and Caloundra Wide are big Pearl Perch, Snapper, Cod, Tusk Fish, Amber Jack, Spanish Mackerel and there have been a few Marlin caught aswell.There have been a few surprise catches of big Snapper in the close reefs of the Gneerings, Arkwright Shoal and Currimundi. Sapnish and Spotty Mackerel have been caught using live bait, drifting Pilly's and swimming Garfish. The Rivers and canals are landing quite a few big whiting and bream. With the sports angler using lures to target some Queenfish and Trevally around the rivermouths. Beach worms, small pilly's, pipis and prawns are the best baits to fish with.

March 29
Morning report: The offshore scene has brought on so many varieties of fish. With the closer marks of Arkwright, Old Woman, The Gneerings and Currimundi all holding some fantastic varieties including Spanish and Spotty Mackerel, Snapper and plenty of Grass Sweetlip. A bit of Burley has always helped with a nice burley log off the anchor line working. The rivers and estuaries are producing nice trevally, bream, whiting and flathead. Soft plastics, poppers, stickbaits, pilly's, squid and beach worms are the number one pics for bait.
Afternoon report: Today was a little hard for the spanish but the school and spotty mackerel were out in force again. The bait are hugging the close reefs and there are plenty of fish to catch off the bottom. Burley is always a big help too. The rivers and estuaries have been good for the bread and butter species with whiting and flathead along the sand flats in the Maroochy, Mooloolah and the Passage.

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