Fishing Report, 10/9/10

Friday, September 10, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

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Hey guys - hope everyone has had an enjoyable week.  The weather here today is absolutely beautiful - please tell me this is the real start to Spring!!  Here goes for this weeks fishing report.

Moruya River

The boys have enjoyed some nice catches of bream, trevally and tailor from Quarry Wharf down to the front of the system.  The shallows have produced some nice catches of flathead as well, so head down around Garlandtown and look for the sand patches inbetween the weed beds.  Atomic Guzzlerz are proving themselves hard to beat at the moment on the flathead, with squid on the bream.

Tuross

Once again, the flathead are on the chew, especially down the front of the system on the Potato Point side - try either the Atomic Guzzlerz or Gulp in pumpkinseed or nuclear chicken.  We had some great success with Cultiva MiraShads over the weed beds, catching and releasing 15 flathead in just a couple of hours.

SX40's are still proving themselves on the bream in the racks and snags, along with Atomic Hardz as well.

Rocks & Beaches

Good catches are being had both up and down the coastline on our beautiful beaches, with alot of salmon and flathead around the Goulburn Workers area.  Broulee and Potato Point are also fishing well. 

Keep an eye out for the whales - they're "playing" right in close at the moment, and are a treat to watch.

Offshore

This week has been a touch quiet due to the bad weather we experienced, however the flathead can be found in just 20 m of water, with the water temperature running at 16 degrees celcius.

Catches of snapper, mowies and sharks can be had out in the 35 m mark off Congo.

Make sure you get in early to secure your booking on Winda Wopper, as trips are booking out fast.

Have a great weeks fishing everyone and remember "... every day's a good day for fishing"!!

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

and

Ron and Gael
Team Tackle World Merrimbula


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