Fishing Report 4 June 2010

Friday, June 04, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

Hey guys hope everyone has had a great week - here goes for this weeks report!

Moruya and Tuross

Although the weather has been lousy this week, we should be rewarded later on with good fishing from this flush out of the systems.

Bream, tailor, trevally and luderick are holding up down around the Preddys wharf area with prawns or white bait a sure bet.  Try the deeper areas like the four ways in Tuross with metal vibes for a catch of bream , flathead or tailor.  Remember to keep your action shop and sharp for best results.


Now that the seas have calmed down alot from last weekends big blow the salmon and tailor will be on the bite so try some metal slices or pilchards ganged on a paternoster rig. Some big bream are also being caught along the beaches - the best bait for them is beach worms or prawns.


Capt Ron onboard Winda Woppa like everybody else has had a week of "maintenance", but is chartering all weekend weather permitting.  Just before the bad weather hit Tackle World member Brian had some good catches of kingfish, snapper and gummy sharks out off Congo.  With the churned-up water the fish should be feeding more actively but as always keep a close eye on the conditions.

and remember "every day's a good day for fishing"!

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

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