Report 13/6/16

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Report 13/6/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Jun 17, 2016 4:29 pm

June 11
Morning report: The beach has been offering plenty of big Bream and large Dart since Wednesday along the Kawana Stretch. There are plenty of flathead around the 30cm-45cm caught along the beach also. There are scattered reports of small Tailor but are not coming into the inner gutter close to the shoreline. 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 top baits. The Trawlers have been a hot spot recently with a great variety of fish landed. Try the boat ramp and the sand Basin on Pt Cartwright side for whiting Bream and flathead. A little bit of burley pellets will help you attract the fish to your area.
Offshore should see some magnificent Snapper and the odd Mackerel (as the season is done). There's plenty of bait, and where there’s bait, there are big fish. Running a burley pot down the anchor line will help attract those bottom species under your boat. Avoid using frames and stick to fish pellets and burley logs to avoid attracting sharks as much as possible.
Afternoon report: The rivers and the beaches have been gifted good size bream with mullet fillets the number one bait to secure the bite. The Jew fish have been caught on the Pt Cartwright rock wall and off the rocks with a few small ones along the Kawana Beach stretch. Tailor are hanging out wide still with small ones entering the gutters picking up whole pillies.

June 12
The rivers are a hotspot at the moment. Small queenfish, trevally and pike are thick in the early morning sessions that coincide with high tide and the bream are on the bite most of the day and are running hot in the night.

June 13
The hidden pockets of the estuaries are pulling in some fantastic bream with this only going to get better. Find a sheltered area out of the wind, use little weight and drift a few baits near structure. Soft plastics are landing the biggest fish at present with trevally still hitting a few lures and baits for the added excitement on light lines.

Kawana Bait & Tackle
Shop 5, Buddina Shops, 8 Point Cartwright Dr, Kawana
PH: (07) 5444 5551
http://www.kawanabaitandtackle.com.au
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A cobia taken recently on Odyssey Charters.

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