Fishing Report, 3/9/10

Friday, September 03, 2010 by tackleworldmoruya

Hey Guys - well Spring is finally here and was welcomed in with a beautiful couple of days before winter returned!!  We got some badly needed rain and are expecting some more - all good news to freshen up the systems and bring the fish on the chew.  Here goes for this weeks report.

Moruya River

The river is fishing abit hard at the moment, however one of our fisho's hooked up to a metre plus flathead to lose it at the boat prior to getting that prized photo!!  Pumpkinseed flavour in the Gulp was the bait of choice.  The bream are still there also, but as mentioned you need to "fish" for them.

Some very nice luderick as well as salmon are still being brought in off the breakwall.


Flathead, perch, luderick, bream and whiting are all still being caught in the system, with alot of the catches coming from the Bumbo area.  Hardbody lures and soft plastics causing the flathead and perch alot of grief with fresh bait being used on the bream and whiting.

Beaches and Rocks

Salmon, bream and drummer are still being caught along our beautiful beaches and headlands.  Gang up some pillies or throw an Arma Anchovy metal slice for the salmon, while the bream are enjoying either cubes of pillies or fresh red rock crabs. 


Some very nice reddies have been caught off Pedro Point in the 45-50 metre mark.

Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa reports that conditions have once more returned to their best with the slime from last week having disappeared to leave clear conditions once more.  Nice catches of snapper, mowies, pigfish and large nannygai are being had out in the 40-50 metre mark, with the water temperature currently running at 15.6 degrees celcius and rising.

Make sure you drop in store to secure Dad's father's day present before our massive sale ends this Saturday afternoon.  Have a great day on Sunday to all those dad's out  there!!

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

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


Ron and Gayle
Team Tackle World Merrimbula

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