Fishing Report, 8/10/10

Friday, October 08, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

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Hey Guys - hope everyone has had an enjoyable week fishing!  The fishing is getting better once again thanks to the warmer weather.  Here's whats been happening this week.

Moruya River

Some great catches of flathead and bream around the flats above the hospital, as well as really good bream around the boulders on Squidgy Pro Loby's in the Wasabi colour.  The whiting have also come on the chew further down the front of the system, with nice catches of flounder throughout the whole river.  Team Tackle World member Mark once more enjoyed a great catch and release session during the week enjoying catches of estuary perch, flathead and tailor on SX40's colour No 305 and TT vibes in chartreuse colour.

Tuross

Now that the weather is warming up drag out those surface lures and start throwing them around.  If you don't have a decent pair of polarised sunnies,  invest in a pair to make the most of this exciting fishing technique (Blue Eye Sunnies currently 30% off).

There are still plenty of flathead throughout the system with catches being reported both on live poddy's, soft plastics and vibes.  Team Tackle World member Jason from Canberra enjoyed a great mornings fishing with catches of flathead up to 87 cm, jewfish to 4.5 kg, bream to 40+ cm and estuary perch around 40 cm - all on a variety of Squidgy soft plastics around the weed edges.

Rocks and Beaches

Broulee is still fishing extremely well for both salmon and bream, however the "gutter" out at Congo has sadly disappeared! 

Fresh beach worms in store Saturday morning from 9 am!

Offshore

Captain Ron headed out to the 55 metre mark to enjoy catches of snapper, mowies, heaps of flathead, gummy and hammerhead sharks.  The water temperature is still sitting on 16.5 degrees celcius.

Good catches of kingfish are being reported straight off the front of Moruya, with Albacore out on the shelf.

Tackle World Moruya
Gaye, Graham and Bec Herbert
ph: (02) 44744381
fax: (02) 44744586

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