Local Fishing Report, 15/08/09

Saturday, August 15, 2009 by Administrator

Moruya River

If its Bream your after, then head to either Preddies Wharf or Quarry Wharf as reports of some very nice catches have been had on fresh bait.

Luderick are still plentiful in all of the systems surrounding the area at the moment - grab some greenweed and have some fun!

Flathead are also being caught around the weedbeds further down towards the front of the system and should really come on the "chew" now that the weather is starting to warm up!

TurossTuross Fly Caught Bream

We launched early this morning and headed upstream towards Coomera - the water is a "coffee" colour due to cattle crossing frequently upstream.  Just watch for stray "logs" as visibility is low!  We caught and released some nice Bass and Bream on Atomic Hardz and Berkley Gulp Shrimps Banana Prawn.

Team Gone Fishin' member Tye has been catching and releasing some very nice Perch around the snags further down towards the front of the system on Squidgy Pro's!

Beaches & Rocks

The Salmon is prolific at the moment, especially on Tomakin Beach using metal slices.  If you're after a load of fun grab your light spin gear and head down there for some real excitement!!

The Drummer and Luderick are still on the "chew" off the rocks both up and down the coastline.

Offshore

Captain Ron onboard Winda-Whopper reports good catches of Snapper and Mowies, as well as some Kingfish (however only small) in 45-70 metres of water straight off Congo.  The odd Flathead is also appearing around the 40 metre mark.

The weather report is all good for this weekend, so grab the family and head out and have some fun fishing!!

Graham, Gaye & Bec
Team Gone Fishin' Moruya

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