Fishing Report, 23/7/10

Friday, July 23, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

Hey Guys - hope everyone has had an enjoyable week! 

Moruya River

Team Tackle World members Dickie and Tony have been enjoying some great catch and release sessions on both bream and trevally down the front of the system around the "hole in the wall" - lure of choice - metal vibes!


Some very nice catches of perch and flathead (up to 97 cm) have been had down the front of the system, with the flathead falling prey to atomic guzzlerz, while the perch are favouring bevy shads in the lucky craft range.

Rocks and Beaches

Once again, our salmon and tailor are still being caught both up and down the coastline, with nice catches of drummer and blue groper also being reported.


Head out into 35-45 metres of water to enjoy catches of snapper, mowies, pigfish, leatherjackets, bonito, gummy sharks and large trevally.  There is a mild current running at the moment with the water temperature a chilly 16.6 degrees celcius.

Captain Ron is pleased to announce an addition to the fleet - Winda Wopper 2 - for trips out to the shelf and Montague Island - phone Ron on 0404 966607 to secure your booking!!

Have a great weeks fishing and remember "every days a good day for fishing ... "

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

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