Report 3/11/17

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Report 3/11/17

Post by subeditor » Fri Nov 03, 2017 2:48 pm

Lakes Entrance
Town jetties are the place to be for Trevally and Mullet, best bait worm and pilchards. For boaties Nungurner Jetty area for whiting on pippies and worm. Off shore six miles for Pinkies, Morwong on pilchards.

Lake Tyers
Luderick are still around from no 2 boat ramp to the Water Wheel Tavern. Bream are cruising about in the main lake on prawns and lures. The Islands are producing Flatties taking lures and prawn.

Mitchell River
Bream have moved and are up in the back waters and heading up to the Wy Yung bridge and beyond, best baits spider crab and prawn.

Tambo River
Marshall’s Flat is still the best for Bream with live prawn as preferred bait

Bream are to be found at the Yacht Club Jetty on shrimp. Tailor are in the lake, trolling with lures for best results. Surf for Gummies on pilchard and squid.

Holland’s Landing
Mclennan Straits wood pile is a good spot for Bream and Whiting. Jones Bay and Blonde Bay are good spots to try. Any jetties for Mullet on worm.

Producing a variety of fish. Mullet, Bream, Luderick biting on worm and prawn. Surf for Salmon and Tailor. Off shore have Gummies and Flathead on pilchards and poppers.

Bemm River
Good Bream in the Lake taking soft plastics. Flathead are taking hard bodies and soft plastics. Trevally in the channel using soft plastics and prawn.

Tamboon Inlet
Good size Bream up to 36cm can be found at the river mouth taking peeled prawn and worm.

Salmon on the surf on pilchards and poppers. Fisheries jetty have Luderick on weed. Top lake is producing Bream, Perch and Flathead using lures. The Wallagaraugh and Genoa are best for Perch and Bream. Some Flathead biting on soft plastics and prawn.

Omeo High Country
Livingstone, Anglers Rest and the Mitta Mitta are best for Trout using worm and soft plastics as preferred bait.

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