Report 11/11/16

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Report 11/11/16

Post by Nicole Penfold » Sun Nov 13, 2016 1:47 pm

Live glow worms in stock now

MERIMBULA WHARF producing good sized Squid Give the EGI jigs a go Kingies having another run this week. Seems to be kept a little quieter than the last run.

TURA BEACH has had a run of gummy sharks this week. The Salmon and Tailor are still about and taking both lures and bait. Go with the pilchards for best results

MAIN BEACH still getting a few Salmon and whiting showing up best bet are Live Glo Worms or Red Devils

HAYCOCK is producing a few salmon keep an eye out for the dark patches. Pilchards have been most popular. Again the Arma lures are still proving popular with all beach fishing. The trick is to find those deep gutters

HEADLANDS s are worth a go for your salmon tailor and drummer. Chances are good for a Kingie as well

THE REEFS have been producing a few Snapper, Morwong and Flathead are starting to show up. Some nice flatties still coming in north of Tathra.

BEGA RIVER has had the odd Jewie caught this week. Soft plastics the go with Squidgy Pro range prawn being the pick. Still a few bream in the upper reaches, Surface lures in the shallows will work best. Still some Flathead around the mouth. try ZMan grubz or black and gold fish in squidgy plastics. Some nice Perch and Bass coming in as well, go for the deeper holes on the rock walls, or surface lures. Jitter Bugs doing a good job

MERIMBULA LAKE still has some nice Trevally around the main bridge; try some small plastics or metals for them. There’s still a few Flathead being caught on plastics and vibes. The odd Tailor also being caught. Go for the deep diving hard bodies for them. Surface lures over the weed beds on high tide are also recommended. A few whiting have been showing up around the mouth on the sand flats; try the live Glo worms and Red devils.

PAMBULA LAKE. Some nice salmon being caught in the river mouth on hardcodes. A few good size Flathead coming out from Broadwater. The Tailor is also dominant here on metals and again the deep diving hard body. Best place would be out the front of Broadwater engineering, Try black and gold fish in squidgies for the flathead

EDEN WHARF has had some nice sized squid this week with the orange, blue and natural colours proving to be most productive

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