Local Fishing Report, 06/11/09

Monday, November 23, 2009 by Administrator

Moruya River

Good reports this week on the flathead in the river both down the front on the sand flats between quarry wharf and the entrance and way up the back around Yarragee.  These fish are being caught on both  soft plastics in the new Reaction baits and larger Strike Pro diving lures.  Some flounder, trevally, luderick and whiting are also being caught on fresh nippers and prawns.


Tuross is fishing well with bream, flathead and whiting taking a variety of lures from surface to metal vibes in the deep.  The ever-present lure stealing tailor are in good numbers around the snags and leases with good size perch being caught further up stream in the snags.  The bass are slowly starting to come on up in the fresh with the warmer weather.

Rocks and Beaches

Bream and drummer are the main species being caught around the headlands this week on peeled prawns or cunji.  Sharks are still hanging around the breakwall during the late afternoons into the evenings - a good size squid will do the trick here!  A few salmon are being caguht in the gutters on the beaches, bait of choice is pilchards or metal slices.


Captain Ron onboard Winda-Whoppper reports great catches of flathead, mowies, snapper, gummy sharks, large pigfish and the occasional kingfish.  Head out to the 70 m mark for best results as the water is a bit murky in close.

Until next week - keep fishing!!

Graham, Gaye & Bec
Team Gone Fishin'

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