Local Fishing Report 26/2/10

Wednesday, March 03, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

--Hey Guys - hope everyone is well.  I'm extremely happy to report that we have had NO 
rain this week and have really enjoyed the sunshine and listening to the grass grow! 
Team Tackle World member Nathan enjoyed a nice catch and release session on Bass this 
week - no need to travel too far, they've come down with the fresh.   Lure of choice 
was SX40.  "Dickie" also enjoyed a nice session on perch with the SX40's working a 
treat again, especially numbers 345 and 305. 
Once again, the majority of fish are down the front of the system, with good catches of 
whiting, bream, flathead and trevally. 
The "wall" is still working well with large catches of tailor, salmon, bonito and 
Just watch the debris in the river when motoring as there is still alot around. 
Once again, Nathan had a wonderful session on the Bass just up from snake flat - the 
only drawback was it's a bit "stinky" up there! 
Make sure you stay down the front of the system and fish the incoming tide for best 
results.  Nice catches of flathead and whiting are being had at the moment on both 
surface lures and fresh beach worms. 
Beaches and Rocks 
There are still nice catches off the beaches with whiting and bream enjoying beach 
worms and the salmon and tailor preferring pillies or metal slices. 
Captain Ron onboard Winda-Whoppa enjoyed a great weeks fishing with good flathead being 
had in the 30 metre mark and then out wider in the 40-50 m mark landed mowies, snapper, 
pigfish, small kingies and large bonito - all off fish bait and squid. 
Out on the shelf we're seeing some yellowfin and dolphin fish turn up which is all good 
Back by popular demand - FRESH beachworms every Friday.  Be quick - these guys don't 
last long in store! 
Gaye, Graham and Bec Herbert 
ph: (02) 44744381 
fax: (02) 44744586 

Find us on Facebook