Report 8/9/17

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Report 8/9/17

Post by subeditor » Fri Sep 08, 2017 2:50 pm

Lakes Entrance:
The Post Office Jetty has Trevally and Tailor on whitebait. Weather not the best for offshore fishing . The surf beaches are also rough with side wash happening.

Lake Tyers:
Mill Point is producing Bream and Luderick at the power lines area, best results with sandworm. Luderick are around the 1kg mark.

Mitchell River:
Mullet are in the river system taking worm. Bream are around Shadoof Lodge and heading down to the Two Bells, with cut crab and prawn as bait.

Tambo River:
Clues Bluff, Howlett’s Flat and to Sardine Flat are the best spots for Bream with prawn and worm as bait.

Nicholson:
From The Car Bodies, Tyres and the two Bridges are best spots for Bream with prawn and worm as bait.

Metung:
Tailor are in Lake King around Tylers Point and up towards Tambo Bluff, trolling with lures for best results.

Paynesville:
Fisheries Wharf is producing Tailor chasing vibes and lures. McMillan Strait for Mullet on worm.

Holland's Landing:
The Woodpile, Holland’s Landing and Bull Bay for Bream. Tom’s Creek and Blonde Bay are also worth a try. The jetties for Mullet on prawn, worm and pipis.

Marlo:
Perch, Luderick, Bream and Mullet are about and active. Winds are quite strong so sheltered areas are best. Worm being best bait.

Bemm River:
Best spots for Bream are around the edges of the lake with peeled prawn as bait.

Tamboon Inlet:
Bag limits have been taken from the river mouth and up to Furnell Landing. Best bait being worm and shrimp.

Mallacoota:
The Genoa and Wallagaraugh Rivers for Bream, also at Harrison’s Channel, using prawn for bait. Fisheries Jetty for Luderick and Trevally on weed and white bait.

Omea High Country.
With cold winds and low temperatures fishing may be quiet, but try Anglers Rest, Mitta Mitta and Livingstone. Use lures or bait.

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