Report 18/7/16

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Report 18/7/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Jul 22, 2016 4:36 pm

July 15
Morning report: The Mooloolah River has been in some great form with plenty of Bream, Whiting, Flathead and Trevally. Bay prawns have worked a treat along with beach worms for the whiting while mullet fillets and Pilly's have done the job on the Flathead and Bream. Soft plastics are a great choice to sort the big fish from the small as the larger species have been hitting the Zman Grubz and the Zman Slim Swimz. The Maroochy has fielded some fantastic catches throughout the river using the same techniques with plenty of Bream around the 35cm + caught over the last 3 weeks. This afternoons high tide will be the time to have a crack. Start fishing from 4pm and you should be able to land a few.
Afternoon report: Those guys wanting to catch a few good quality Bream the time is now with the high tides coinciding with dawn and dusk. A little bit of burley to entice them to your area will definately pay dividends. These are the big Bream that are along the beach and the Mooloolah River at the moment. The photo was sent in by Stephen last week.
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July 16
The estuaries is where it will be happening for the next 3 days at least. The Bream, flathead and whiting seem to be on the chew at the Cod Hole in the Maroochy River. The Mooloolah River has had an epic battle with some monster Bream, whiting and flathead. There are still plenty of trevally getting around and Hairtail at night. The Pumicestone Passage has ahad some good Black Fish (Luderick) caught at Bullcock with plenty of Flathead and whiting also caught on the edges leading dow to Golden Beach.


July 18
Before the horrible weather the Snapper were on the bite and now with a little bit of fresh water and churned up bottom there will be plenty of food nutrients in the water for the baitfish and the larger species will hopefully come on the bite. I'm predicting a good solid fish out from Wednesday through to the other end of the weekend. The beachfront will look better to fish after it has settled a bit so look for Thursday onwards. The rivers will start to fire again especially if the cloud cover stays and the morning and night high tides will be the best time to fish.


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