Local Fishing Report 12/3/10

Friday, March 12, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

--Hey Guys - hope everyone has had an enjoyable week.  Here goes for this weeks report.

Moruya River

Team Tackle World member Dickie is still enjoying fishing the river but reports that you really need to work the snags hard for the bream and perch.  He was rewarded with a nice 45.5 cm perch on a Bugeye Captiva.

The front of the system is still firing with good catches of whiting, bream and flathead all on surface lures - try the river 2 sea baby rover over the shallows on the rising tide.

Tuross

The front of the system is still working well for flathead, whiting and bream, with a 47 cm bream being caught this week.  Once again, like Moruya, surface lures are working a treat!

Rocks and beaches

The beaches are fishing well in the gutters for bream, whiting and some nice flathead mainly being caught on live beach worms (remember to ring and reserve your tubs).  Around the edges of the river and lake mouths is fishing extremely well for large tailor, trevally and salmon upto 4 kilo in size - bait of choice "pillies".  For the more adventurous why not take your 2-5 kg graphite bream stick, and arm yourself with metal slices and hold on and have some fun!!

Offshore

Captain Ron onboard Winda Whopper reports good catches of snapper,  mowies and pigfish all around the 40-50 metre mark of water with a mild current running and the water temperature sitting at a nice 22 degrees celcius.  He also landed a 90 kg hammerhead along with 4-5 foot long gummies - all  on fish bait.

For more info on whats happening where, drop in and speak to anyone of the team at Tackle World Moruya - because just like you we all fish!
 
Tackle World Moruya
Gaye, Graham and Bec Herbert
ph: (02) 44744381
fax: (02) 44744586

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