Report 6/7/18

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Report 6/7/18

Post by subeditor » Fri Jul 06, 2018 2:22 pm

Starting offshore, snapper have really been on the chew in close, but anywhere from 8m to 80m could potentially hold snapper.
Pealies and tuskies have been consistent between snapper catches in the same areas. All three species are falling to soft plastics and baits.
There's jew available out there if you want to head to 50-80m grounds, and there's been a few cobia kicking about, most likely migrating with the whales, and live baits will bring these guys unstuck.

In a bit closer on our beaches, heaps of tailor are featuring in anglers' catches, with giant bream, as always at this time of year, making for a nice bonus.
There was a few dart getting around in recent weeks, and they may still be there.
Headlands are firing for these same species, with the jew being receptive to mullet baits and soft plastics.

In the estuaries, there's still a few jew in river, with metre long fish available to those putting in the effort.
Flatties as well have been in reasonable numbers, and we find at this time of year that better numbers seem to be higher up and lower down in the system.
Bream on the front wall at this time of year can always provide some fun for lure casters and bait soakers.
Luderick have been fairly quiet in recent weeks, but are due to fire up ay day now, so be ready.
The whiting have been quiet, but are still likely to show up in catches, just not in any great numbers.

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