Report 13/12/16

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Report 13/12/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Dec 16, 2016 4:35 pm

December 11
Labalsa Park has had a good run of form with quantity catches. There are plenty of small bream for the kids around the boat ramp with bar-tailed flatties lying on the edges along Labalsa Park. Best baits along the Maroochy and Mooloolah Rivers are Prawns, beach worms, pipi's and squid. The Pumicestone Passage has had a good amount of whiting and flathead caught but has had it tough when the sun is at its strongest. You can fish all day when there's cloud cover.
Jacks are still caught in the upper reaches of the Maroochy and Mooloolah Rivers. Mangrove Jack are hitting Pearl, Motor Oil and Calico Candy colours in Zman Paddle tails. ZMan Swimmerz are the pick of the bunch at the moment.
Flathead are strong in numbers and there are plenty of small whiting with a few stonkers being caught. Covering ground with soft plastics is working for trevally and flathead.
Liam sent in this pic of a nice whiting caught out the back of his home on the Mooloolah River.
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December 12
The only reports over the last week have been school mackerel and a massive increase in tuna stocks for offshore.
The rivers have been where the action has been the last week. There are plenty of Golden Trevally caught so far. Whiting, Bream and Flathead have been the main stays. Soft plastics, small pilly's and prawns are the top baits for the river at the moment.
Here is Zac with a couple of good fish in the local waterways. But the suprising one is the stonking Grunter he managed to land. This is an absolute cracker. This specimen was measured at about 75cm.
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December 13
There are increased numbers of Tuna busting up on daybreak around the blinker. The Gneerings are holding some school Mackerel and a slow drift with pillies has turned up a few grassies. Carrimundi worked well with small Spanish and schoolies but the spanish are not in great numbers yet. After having a period of SE winds this may increase the numbers.
This photo was sent in by Andrew. This is his little 3yr old boy and his first Bream.
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