Fishing Report, 6/8/10

Friday, August 06, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

Hey Guys - hope everyone has enjoyed a good weeks fishing.  We managed to get out on Sunday and enjoyed a nice session on the water.  The weather is turning now and the days are clear and (nearly) warm!

Moruya River

Some  nice catches of flathead and blue-nose bream were had halfway between Preddies wharf and the "hole in the wall".  Team Tackle World member Dickie enjoyed a great catch and release session from Quarry Wharf down to the front of the system and was rewarded with salmon, trevally, tailor and bream on Berkley MF40's.


Graham hit the water on Sunday for a great catch and release session on the bream using SX40's.  Nice Perch are still down the front of the system, with catches of salmon also.  The four-ways produced some nice catches of flathead on Atomic Guzzlerz.

Beaches and Rocks

Blackfellows Point is producing some nice catches of salmon, tailor and bream, with Salmon also being abundant on Broulee beach during the afternoon.  Trevally are also being brought in "off the wall".


Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa reports good catches of snapper and mowong - in the 45-60 cm range in 52.5 m of water.  The sea temperature is running at 15.9 degrees celcius with a mild current so 6 and 8 oz sinkers are OK.  Some large 7-gill sharks in the 60+ kg range have also been caught, with quite a few released in excess of 80 kg.

The occasional flathead are out in the 65 m mark, however a little bit quiet, but there are fish "on the bite" in close.

Please note that Captain Ron is now taking out specialised shark fishing tours as well.

Drop in store to enjoy good savings on Companion fridge/freezers - 4 only in stock!!  And a one-off buy of an Ocean frenzy kayak "Fishermens Package" for $650.00.

Enjoy the week and remember "every days a good day for fishing ... "

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

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