Local Fishing Report 6/5/2010

Thursday, May 06, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

--Hey guys here goes for this weeks report

Moruya river

Some nice catches of flathead are being caught up around the hospital area at the moment, with the baits of choice being prawns and live poddy mullet.  If you head down to Preddy's wharf, you can expect to be rewarded with a large number of Luderick, Bream and Trevaly - mainly being caught on peeled prawns and live beach worms.

Turross Lakes

Team Tackle World member Juy and his father had some great sessions on both softplastics and bait, catching nice salmon and bream up to 1.2 kilo and then they got stuck into some nice flatties up to 68 cm on bloodworm squidgy wriglers.

Rocks and beaches

The breakwall is producing good numbers of salmon, tailor, bonito, slimies and large bream. Best bait for these fish is pilchards and live beach worms.  For the lure tossers try the new 3 inch vibes from strike pro on your light bream gear and have a ball, just up your leader to 10 or 12 pound and hang on. Most beaches around the area are producing good numbers of extra large bream, again being caught on live beach worms.

Offshore

Capt Ron onboard Wind a Woppa Fishing Charters reports this week great numbers of different species of fish including one session of 30 plus mowies, 10 snapper, 7 pig fish and a couple of sharks all caught on fish baits out in 40 to 50 meters of water.  Further out on the shelf good numbers of marlin are being tagged and released around Turross canyons, most of the fish are being caught trolling skirts. Some nice yellowfin are also showing up.

Tight Lines!

Tackle World Moruya
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