Local Fishing Report 12.2.10

Friday, February 12, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

Hey Guys - hope everyone has had a good week.  Talk about RAIN, RAIN and more RAIN!!  However we did need it with parts of the Eurobodalla actually flooding.  The most important thing - boy are the fish on the chew!!


Moruya River - Get down to the breakwall for catches of Bream, Trevally, Salmon, Tailor, Snapper and an assortment of sharks.  Use ganged pillies and you can't go wrong.  If you're after the Salmon and Tailor then metal slices will also work well.  I can't remember the last time the fish have been so active!!  If you want to put into the river head down the front of the system as it's still a bit murky and beware of the debris around.


Tuross Lakes - Boy did that entrance roar open - same deal as Moruya stick to the front of the system.  Beware of sharks also as they are taking advantage of the fish as well, with surfers having to make a hasty retreat to the beach the other day.


Beaches - Beautiful catches of whiting are being had off the beaches both up and down the coast, with nice Bream off Congo headland.  Tuross has huge Salmon also with a nice gutter around One Tree Point.


Offshore - Captain Ron onboard Winda-Whopper reports good catches of large snapper, big mowies, tiger flathead around 50 cm in length as well as large pigfish and good size nannies - all caught on fish bait out in 44 m of water.  An abundance of sharks are also out there!  The water temperature is sitting around the 20/22 degrees mark with a mild current running.  Unfortunately the water is a bit green, but will clear soon.  Drop in store to  book your next charter with Captain Ron! 


Some of  the boys have headed down to Brogo for the weekend so we'll let you know how they go now that the dam has water in it! 


Have a great weeks fishing!


Graham, Gaye & Bec

Team Tackleworld Moruya

Tackle World Moruya

Gaye, Graham and Bec Herbert

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