Local Fishing Report 27/3/2010

Saturday, March 27, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

Hey Guys - hope everyone has had a good week.  The weather has
been beautiful  and the fish are sitll on the chew, so all is

Moruya River

Good catches of flathead, whiting, trevally, bream and some luderick
are being had down the front of the system, mainly on live beach
worms or freshly pumped nippers.

Perch are still being pulled out of the snags upstream, responding
well to small diving lures and surface lures.

Bass are still around but you need to head right up the back of the
system for these guys.  Best lure River2Sea Bugi Pop 35!!

The "wall" is still firing with large salmon and tailor on metal
slices or ganged pilchards if you like your bait fishing.  Bream
and flatties are also being caught on the beach side of the wall on
live beach worms.


Good catches of whiting are still being had down the front of the
system on both beach and blood worms as well as flathead, large
salmon (up to 91 cm) and bream on whitebait and soft plastics,
inparticular Gulp minnows in nuclear chicken and pumpkinseed.

Beaches & Rocks

Good catches of salmon, tailor, bream, flathead and whiting are
being had off all the beaches and headlands both up and down the
coast.  Try your luck for a "jewie" off Tuross of an eveniing, as
well as sharks which are still plentiful.


With a nice water temperature of 20 degrees celcius running,
Captain Ron onboard Winda Whopper reports good catches of snapper,
mowies, pigfish and flathead - with the flathead being plentiful.
The snapper and flatties are responding well to soft plastics at
the moment - try Gulp 4" jigging grub in "smoke".

Have a great week everyone and we'll let you know where to catch
your "easter" fish next week.

Remember, "every day's a good day for fishing"!  So get down to a
Tackle World store today!!

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

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