Local Fishing Report, 20/11/09

Monday, November 23, 2009 by Administrator

Moruya River

Team Gone Fishin' member Ben had a great day in the river this week scoring himself eight very nice flathead down the front of the system - it was well worth the drive from Canberra for the day!!

The prawns are moving around too with catches of 1-2 kg each night this past week.


This warm weather will really bring the fish on the "chew" - try the Gobo poppers for the whiting and bream around the flats and leases.  The flathead will enjoy berkley gulp in both nuclear chicken and pumpkinseed.

Head up stream for the Bass and Estuary Perch - any type of prawn imitation is working well at the moment.

Beaches and Rocks

Some nice catches of Salmon, tailor, bream, whiting and trevally are being had up and down the coastline at the moment.  Hit the headlands for groper and drummer.


Captain Ron is aboard the Winda-Wopper enjoying nice catches of large snapper, mowies, big nannygai, extremely good flathead, as well as your usual reef species.  The water is a pleasant 20 degees celcius, however the current is roaring in from the north-east, so either kellick up and burley or use a good sea anchor.

Gone Fishin's still running their sale at the moment so head in store quickly to take advantage of some great specials!!

Put next Saturday, 28 November in your diary as a day to be in Moruya for something never before seen in the Euroodalla region!  We'll even shout you a sausage sizzle!!

Tight Lines

Graham, Gaye & Bec
Team Gone Fishin' (for now)

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