Fishing Report, 21/1/2011

Friday, January 21, 2011 by Administrator

Hey Guys - welcome to another great weeks fishing.  As I stated last week the weather has been a "bit over the place", however today is beautiful  and sunny and hopefully it will stay that way  for awhile now.

Moruya and Tuross Rivers

We have just come home from a great morning of catch and release on Tuross, with most of the fish coming from down the front of the system as the water is at its cleanest.  Unfortunatley the rain from up in the mountains has made its way down towards us leaving the water abit murky.  We experienced good catches of flathead and bream on the incoming tide using a mixture of both soft plastics and hard body lures.  There were some huge "barrell-like" salmon in the system, so we played with them using "poppers" and enjoyed the fun.

Moruya is much the same with some good catches of flathead coming out of the backwaters once more.  The bass are on the chew right up the back of the system, responding well to Sebile Cranksters.

The "breakwall" is still fishing well with good catches of salmon, tailor and bonito all being reported.

Beaches and Rocks

Most of the beaches up and down the coast are working well with catches of bream, salmon and whiting.  So use fresh beachworms for the bream and salmon and chuck some arma anchovy metal slices around for the salmon.

If you like your evening fishing, there are still plenty of sharks off the beaches as well.


We had predictions of high seas this week which threw us all a "dummy", as the seas were flat as flat!!

Captain Ron reports good catches of kingies off the ribbon reef (approx 3 mile out) as well as snapper, trevally, mowies, pigfish and good flathead off Coila.  The water temperature is sitting around the 20 degrees celcius mark and rising.

Enjoy a great weeks fishing everyone and remember "every days a good day for fishing ... "

We are open 7 days a week for your convenience and will be open on Australia Day next Wednesday as well.  Have a good one!

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

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