Fishing Report, 25/6/10

Friday, June 25, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

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Hey Guys - I hope everyone has had an enjoyable week and looking forward to a nice weekend on the water.  What's been happening this week ...

Moruya River

Good catches of bream are being had opposite preddies wharf on both chicken and mullet gut on the weed beds.  Tailor and salmon are schooling up in the deeper water around the "hole in the wall" area - best bet metal slices.

Rocks and Beaches

Team Tackle World member Nathan has been getting really good size salmon opposite Goulburn  workers on Arma Anchovy metal slices.

Good catches of drummer, bream and rock luderick are being had off the rocks, with salmon and tailor thrown in as well.

Offshore

Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa has enjoyed good catches of seven-gill sharks and gummies in 35 m of water with a few snapper and pigfish amongst them.  Bigger snapper and mowies are out in the 50 m mark.  The water temperature is 18 degrees celcius at the moment with a strong northerly current running, so a sea anchor is needed to slow your craft down.

Team Tackle World member Craig also headed out off Potato Point and Coila and enjoyed nice catches of flathead around the 65 cm mark, as well as nice snapper and mowies - all  fish were caught on soft plastics close to the shore.

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Have a great week everyone and remember "every day's a great day for fishing ..."

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

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