Weekly Fishing Report, 9/4/2010

Friday, April 09, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

--Hey everyone - hope everyone had an enjoyable Easter and for those of you already on holidays a great time!

Moruya River

Good catches of bream are being caught around the bridge area and further up around the hospital near the boulders.  Bait of choice seems to be whitebait or beach worms.  Good catches of bream are also being had off the spur wall.

Some  nice whiting and flathead are still being had around preddies wharf area around the flats, also responding well to beach worms or freshly pumped nippers.

Team Tackle World member Mark and Age were rewarded with a nice catch and release session on bass up around the pump station on SX40's.


Team Tackle World members Ben and Jim enjoyed a great session the other day fishing the "snags" for bream - up to 41 cm - on strike pro pygmy's.

Graham also enjoyed a good session this morning catching and releasing nice size bream, estuary perch and whiting all on SX40's further up the back of the system in the snags.

Nathan and Patrick ventured further afield to be rewarded with bream, estuary perch and bass on Cultiva Bug Eye Bait.

Beaches and Rocks

Good size Drummer are being pulled in at the moment (off the rocks), along with salmon, tailor and bream.  Most beaches are working well - make sure you check out the beach first and fish into the gutters.

The breakwall is still producing with huge balls of baitfish in close, so keep an eye out for these guys and throw a line in.  You'll be rewarded with a mixutre of salmon, tailor, bream and bonito at the moment.

Unfortunately we had to once again replace the "Angel Ring" at the end of the breakwall.  Remember these rings are put in place for emergency reasons - please repect this.


With the weather being a little topsy-turvy lately the fishing outside has slowed a little.  However when the seas are being kind Captain Ron has been landing nice catches of snapper,  mowies, pigfish, sharks (both gummies and school) and large leather jackets - watch these guys as they love to "steal" gear - perhaps use a wire trace!  The water temperature has been fluctuating between 19-22 degrees celcius with best catches around the 50 m water mark.

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Make sure you drop in store these holidays to take advantage of some wonderful savings in our Easter catalogue, which will run for the holiday period only.

Remember "every day's a great day for fishing"!  Get out  there and have some fun!

Team Tackle World
Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Matt

Tackle World Moruya
Gaye, Graham and Bec Herbert
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