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Nicole Penfold
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Report 1/8/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Aug 05, 2016 5:07 pm

July 28
There have been tailor and Bream caught at the Mouth of the Mooloolaba and Maroochy rivers with fishing the early morning high tides bringing the best fish.

July 29
Morning report: The offshore reefs have been slightly quiet over the last week but the water clarity has been crystal and the big snapper and pearlies have drifted into deeper water. This may change as the water clarity has dropped and the mornings are colder. Burley and big baits are whats needed for a succesful fishing session. The Mooloolah River is still holding plenty of Garfish. Prawns are the pick of the bunch in regaurds to bait. There are plenty of Golden Trevally, Bream and Trumpeter Whiting from the boat ramp to the river mouth. The beaches still have great gutters and with the swell change they may form a deeper gutter to hold some elusive Jew fish and more Tailor. Flathead and bream have been caught regularly but the Dart are bigger than usual with the best bait option being cured worms and large whole WA Pilly on a set of 5/0 or 6/0 gangs.
Afternoon report: In The Mooloolah River there are plenty of Bream still around with the main channel near the basin full of Garfish. Golden Trevally are still caught around Labalsa Park and the boat ramp on baits with small pillys being the top bait for the Trevs. The sea has since turned a little cloudy and hopefully the Snapper will return to the close in reefs especially with the current running a little faster. The deeper parts of your favoured fishing grounds will be highly recomended. Caloundra Wide and The Banks would be top spots to head if you have some good marks or even to explore since the weather is good. The Beaches are still seeing some Tailor and Bream with whiting and big Dart as well. Beach worms and Ganged Pilly's are the pick bait for the Gutters off Kawana Beaches and the rocks at Pt Cartwright.

July 30
The kawana and Buddina beaches are still holding some Tailor. The 'S' bends and around the Kawana surf club are holding some good dart and the odd Tailor. The Mooloolah River is flooded with some nice Garfish mostly in the main channel of the canal and circling around the basin near the river mouth.
Offshore has basically no limits to where you can fish. There will be some big snapper again at the inside reefs leading into the new moon.

August 1
Morning report: The Banks fished well in the deeper parts arpound 60-80m with Caloundra wide like a carpark it too fished well with a few Aj's, Pearlies and Snapper caught in both areas. The inside reefs did find it a little hard for the quality fish but the numbers were there. Plenty of squire and sweetlip were boated with the ver so unpopular grinner. The onshore fishing was handed a bit of a boost this weekend with the Garfish still on there were plenty of Trevally Bream and whiting caught and even a few nice flathead.
Afternoon report: There have been Tailor along the Kawana Beach stretch, Trevally, Bream and Garfish in the Mooloolah River. But offshore has seen some real excitement with plenty of Trag Jew, A few Cobia, Pearl Perch , Snapper and Jewies off the wrecks. This beautiful catch was caught by Jayden. He and his father headed off early in the morning to chase a good feed. They covered plenty of ground with limited luck on bait. The saw a few shows on the sounder and Jayden decided to change tactics and give micro jigging a chance, and caught this quality Jew and a few Pearlies.
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