Report 10/6/16

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Nicole Penfold
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Report 10/6/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Jun 10, 2016 2:57 pm

June 8
the Tarwhine are running on the inside of first bar where there is a nice gutter forming. Some good numbers of pansize Dusky Flathead are still being take around the Mooloolaba River and the larger Bream are also getting a look in. From multiple reports they are here in good numbers too. The Bream are running the turn of the top of the tide. Conner got this absolute horse of a 42cm Bream he has caught at the trawlers at Mooloolaba.

June 9
The fishing this weekwnd should be exciting with all of the winter speices now accounted for after the recent catches of the first good numbers of snapper for the season, so there will be Tailor in the gutters along Kawana beach and Jewies and snapper on the close reef"s at night as well as some nice Dusky Flathead getting around in the creeks. Reports indicate there maybe a strong southerlie change coming throught on sunday morning so get out and have a great weekend as it may turn a little a little windy and rainy as the weekend goes on. The big winter Bream are tearing line off spools all along the coast at the moment so well placed cast of prawn in your favourite spot should give a lot of fun to any one.

June 10
The weather is beautiful at the moment with the morning producing barely any wind coming from the west. Predictions are 10 knots SW and 1.2m swell.
The beach is where its at with plenty of big Bream and large Dart along the Kawana Stretch. There are plenty of flathead around the 30cm-45cm caught along the beach also. The Mooloolah River has been producing plenty of big Bream also with trevally still around the soft plastics are working a real treat in landing the bigger fish. Prawns and mullet have been the pick of the bait. The Trawlers have been a hot spot recently with a great variety of fish landed. Try the boat rand and the sand Basin on Pt Cartwright side for whiting Bream and flathead.
Offshore should see some magnificent Snapper and the odd Mackerel (as the season is done). There has been a 'New Moon' and some rain. That only spells plenty of bait, and where theres bait. There are big fish.

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