Fishing Report, 28/1/2011

Friday, January 28, 2011 by Administrator

Hey Guys - hope everyone had a wonderful Australia Day and are enjoying the last of the holidays! 

Moruya and Tuross Rivers

Good catches of both whiting and flathead are being had down the front of both systems on a mixture of surface lures, soft plastics and fresh bait.  Team Tackle World member Tony enjoyed a great catch and release session up at Kiora on bream and perch using Camions.  Graham and John also enjoyed a good catch and release session on the bream and tailor out of the snags in Tuross using the Shimano Lure Projects.

Rocks and Beaches

Big salmon are still being caught off most beaches, but inparticular Meringo, Spud Point and Broulee.  The whiting have slowed a touch as they move into the estuaries.


Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa I and II reports good catches of mowies, nannygai and pigfish along with the occasional snapper out in 45 metres of water - all of these species caught on fish bait.  There is a mild northerly current running and the water temperature is fluctuating on a daily basis.  Good kingies are being pulled in out on the first reef trolling Strada and christmas tree lures.  Head back into the 40 metre mark to be rewarded with good catches of flathead off Coila using soft plastics, inparticular Gulp 5" pumpkinseed as well as nuclear chicken.  There are also a heap of little Hammerhead sharks around at the moment which Ron is using live bait on.

Remember "every day's a good day  for fishing ... "

Enjoy the last couple of days of the school holidays kids and we'll be announcing the winner of our colouring-in competition soon.

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

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