Fishing Report, 30 July 2010

Friday, July 30, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

--Hey Guys - hope everyone has had an enjoyable week.  The weather here at the moment is a beautiful 21 degress celcius and a T-shirt day.

Moruya River

Head down the front of the system for your best bet - you may be rewarded with a bream, trevally or tailor.  The river has been mostly quiet this week, but with the weather taking a turn for the best we just might see some improvement.


Head up the back for some very nice catches of whiting on blood worms, with some big mullet thrown in along the way.

Flathead and Perch are still down the front and responding well to Gulp (nuclear chicken and pumpkinseed) as well as hard body deep diving lures.

Beaches and Rocks

There are still plenty of Salmon around, as well as some nice bream and drummer being brought in around the Shelly beach area on peeled prawns.

Head in store to receive 20% off Stainless Steel Smokers so you can enjoy your catch of Salmon.


There have been quite a few reports of very nice flathead and snapper about 8 km off Congo on pilchards.  There is a cuttlefish run on at the moment, so if your a "plastics" fisho and wanting a nice catch of snapper try Berkley Gulp in 5" Jerk Shad in "Glow".

Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa enjoyed a very successful trip this week landing some extremely healthy snapper around the 40-45 cm size.  Good catches of Mowong were also had (60-65 cm) in 52.5 metres of water.  The water temperature is currently running at 16.4 degrees celcius with a mild uphill current running.  Gummy sharks and trevally were also landed.

Book now to secure your "Shelf" or Montague Island trip on the soon to be launched Winda Woppa II (hopefully in the water by 15 August)!!

Enjoy your 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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