Fishing Report, 14/1/2011

Friday, January 14, 2011 by Administrator

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Hey Guys - hope everyone has had a good weeks fishing.  The weather has been a bit "over the place", however the fishing has been excellent.

Tuross and Moruya Rivers

Congratulations to all those kids who enjoyed a great weekend fishing in the "Hooked on fishing" competition run out of Tuross last weekend.  There were some great catches and everyone had a great time!  See you next year kids!!

Some excellent catches of flathead are being brought in at the moment on soft plastics and live poddies right throughout Tuross and in the backwaters of Moruya, as well as in Tomago River.

Extremely nice catches of bream are also being had over the flats on SX40's and Camions.  The whiting have turned up having moved in from the beaches, so grab some fresh beachworms to catch yourself a nice feed - give us a call to secure your "tub" of live worms.  The "zappers" are also working well on the whiting over the flats with a great "walk the dog" action. 

Beaches and Rocks

All beaches and headlands up and down the coastline are fishing well at the moment with catches of big "fat" salmon, whiting, bonito, bream and tailor, with good catches of squid being had off Broulee as well as Congo.

Offshore

Head straight off Congo to secure yourself some nice Snapper on Lucanis Jigs and 6" Gulp Nuclear Chicken.  Good catches of flathead have also been reported out in the 40-60 metre mark, along with mowies, kingies, bonito, striped tuna and chinamen leatherjackets.  Once you get yourself safely over the bar, try trolling with some Strada diving lures along with little jet head "christmas trees".  A sea anchor is recommended as there is still a current running and the water temperature is currently sitting around the 22 degrees celcius mark.

Have a good week everyone and remember "every days a good day for fishing   ... "

And kids - don't forget our colouring-in competition which closes on 31 January, so drop in store and grab an entry! 

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

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