Fishing Report, 27/8/10

Friday, August 27, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

Hey Guys - boy just when you think winter has gone - whamoo!!  It comes back and hits you with avengence.  Not to worry, here goes for this weeks fishing report.

Moruya River

With the latest cold snap, the river has been quiet for most of the week, with an algae type slime coming in from outside.


Earlier in the week when the weather was still warm the flathead come back on the "chew" responding extremely well to Atomic Guzzlerz.  The weather is supposed to "come good" again early next week, so hopefully these guys will still be around.  The winter whiting and bream are still biting up towards the back of the system.

Beaches and Rocks

There are still some nice catches of both salmon, tailor and bream off most of the local beaches, with good catches of drummer off the headlands.


Early in the week the fishing wasn't too bad, with one of our customers landing a very nice 7.9 kg snapper off Potato Point.  Reports of gummy sharks and mowies have also been had off the same area.

Captain Ron reports a quiet weeks fishing due to a slimy green/brown algae that has moved inshore from the Shelf.  However, the water temperature is once more on the rise, so hopefully everything will return to normal early next week.

Make sure you get in store now to secure your purchase for Father's Day, while stocks are still available in our massive Father's Day Sale!!

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

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

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