Report 8/6/18

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Nowra, NSW 2541
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Report 8/6/18

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Jun 15, 2018 1:35 pm

If you can find a sheltered beach there is some big tailor marauding through the gutters smashing through baitfish and if you can keep your bait away from these guys there are some good winter bream as well.

On the rocks there have been plenty of pigs in the washes. A heavy bread burley then either pealed prawns or cabbage weed should get you a couple for a feed. Bream to are being caught off the rocks, you can use the peeled prawns for them but they do love a fresh fillet of Slimy or bonito when there on offer.

In Jervis Bay the squiding is still going off! Both southern and northern squid grounds are fishing equally as well with plenty of fisho’s getting bag limits within a couple of hours. If you are new to squiding and not really sure where to go three of the more popular spots in Jervis Bay are from Murrays Breakwall on the southern headland and either Longbeach or Callala Bay on the northern headland....Murrays is a good spot for both land based and boats/kayaks where the other two are more a boating/kayak option. Probably Murrays will be a better option this weekend; the headland may provide a little shelter from the wind.

The Shoalhaven River and St Georges Basin have both produced a few fish over the past week. Bream and flathead are being taken in both systems. The cooler conditions have slowed the bite a little. Fresh nippers are working as well as fresh strips of slimy & bonito. Salted baits tend to hang on a little better than unsalted so if you’re catching your own it may be worth getting yourself some rock salt and salting down your fillets.

Trout fisho’s, this is your last weekend to fish the rivers; There haven’t been many good reports from down that way. Eucumbene had a bit of rain this week but still not enough to really get the fish in the mood so you will work hard for them. After fishing the Thredbo River last weekend for a zero result it really is a 50-50 as to where I would head this weekend but I must say the Thredbo is a much nicer river and place to fish and the people seem to have a lot more etiquette. Where ever you end up you will work hard for your fish, but it just becomes a lot more rewarding.


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