Report 11/10/19

Brad & Lisa Andrew
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Report 11/10/19

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Oct 11, 2019 4:35 pm

Estuary: Although we have had some fairly average weather over the past week, the fishing has been really consistent for those wishing to wet a line in the Estuary. Flathead seem to be getting better and better by the day with a lot of nice 40-50cm fish making their way into boats. The better results are coming from areas a little further up into the system such as ‘The Cut’, ‘Lani’s’ and the area up around the back of Wallis and Regatta Islands. Trumpeter Whiting are thick in most of the usual spots now but have been a little fussy with some anglers reporting that they will only take Worms or Prawns. Bream have been awesome all week and reports have been flowing in from all areas of the system. The break walls are still holding good numbers of very nice fish which have been keeping the land-based anglers busy, the weed beds and rock bars to the south have been fishing fairly well on the top of the tide, and there have been a lot of fish caught well up into the tributaries as well.

Beach and Rock: It’s been a fairly tough week for beach fishing. The days consisting of southerly winds have been the better days to have a look and there have been a few anglers getting out there. Most have reported catching some nice Bream and the odd Whiting. Tailor and Salmon have been a little on the quiet side with the only Tailor report coming from the stones down at Booti Booti so it might be worth hitting the headlands for a spin early over the weekend. Otherwise the unsettled sea should be ideal for chasing a few Drummer or Bream off the rocks.

Offshore: The fishing offshore continues to produce on the days that the weather permits. Those that have been able to sneak out during the windows of fair weather (or mad enough to fish in the unsettled conditions) have found some great Snapper fishing. While the shallow grounds have been holding some nice fish, those reefs sitting in 20-40m seem to be fishing the best and this should only continue to be the case as we move through this full moon phase. The deeper reefs continue to be a frustration due to Barracouta although they are also holding some really nice Snapper, Trag and the odd nice Pearl Perch. Hopefully these unsettled conditions will pass over the next few days and we can get back out there!

Have a great weekend!

Luke Austin.
Great Lakes Tackle – Tuncurry
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