Fishing Report, 28 May 2010

Friday, May 28, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

Hey guys - hope everyone has had an enjoyable week.  We copped alot of rain again (not as much as last time thank heavens) which will prove beneficial to the systems once more, so it should keep the fishng going!!

Moruya River

Team Tackle World member Tony had a good catch and release session upstream the other day - he set himself up in the  middle of the river and fished the deep holes with "vibes", inparticular the Berkley Bigeye Blade to be rewarded with catches of bream, tailor, luderick, trevally and whiting.

Nathan headed downstream around the "hole in the wall" and spotted large schools of bream and tarwhine with the tailor still "belting" the baitfish in the middle of the river.

Tuross

There are still plenty of large tailor in the system, with flathead being caught in the weedbeds down the front of the system on soft plastics - inparticular Gulp or Squidgy Pro's.

Due to the inclement weather we haven't had a chance to get out ourselves - hopefully the weather will clear and we'll be able to have some fun  next week!!

Rocks & Beaches

Good salmon and tailor are being brought in around Goulburn workers, with bream, squid and drummer off the headlands.  Potato Point is also fishing well, along with Broulee.

Offshore

Captain Ron onboard Winda Whopper has had some good charters with catches of snapper, mowies, sand flathead, pigfish, slimmies, salmon and cuttlefish (between 4-5 kg) all in the 30-45 metre mark with the temperature running at a nice 22 degrees celcius.  Gummies are also on the "chew" out in the deeper water.

Drop in store to have a look at some of our new camping supplies we scored at "SOTA" earlier this  month.

Have a good week everyone and remember "every days a good day for fishing".

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark & Nathan
Team Tackle world Moruya

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