Report 9/10/15

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Report 9/10/15

Post by subeditor » Fri Oct 09, 2015 2:20 pm

Starting outside, squire and knobbies have been fairly thick, in the shallow reefs.
Some good sized kingies have been getting around out at 9-mile, and further out the dollies and yellowfin tuna have been filling anglers bags at the 36s.
Further out still, pealies and some seriously big kings have been crunching livebaits and jigs at the 50s.

Along the beavhes, tailor are still around, and jewies are now a main feature, showing up in good numbers at the south Kingscliff Wall and the south wall of the Tweed River.

In the river, whiting are becoming much more active with the warming weather, and flooded flats at high tide seem to be the go. Stotts and Cobaki Lakes are producing the most whiting currently.
On the flathead front, Cobaki Lakes and any good sandbank seems to be worth a look at the moment.
From Condon upwards, bass are a good species to target, especially early and late in the day.
Bream are starting to move up into the shallows throughout the river, and jack are crunching livebaits around the bridges and the mouth.

Graeme and Julie Poile, Anglers Warehouse
1/64 Ourimbah Rd, Tweed Heads
Ph: 07 5536 3822

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