Fishing Report, 13/10/2011

Thursday, October 13, 2011 by tackleworldmoruya

Hey Guys - things have "heated up" this week with good fish around just about everywhere.  Here goes for this weeks report.

Moruya, Tuross and Surrounding Estuaries

Team Tackle World member Ben headed out last Sunday and reports a few nice fish out of the River including his personal best perch at 42 cm caught on an SX40 up past the Hospital, also some nice flatties and tailor caught on bloodworm wrigglers in the same area.  The water temperature was 19 degrees celcius (in patches) and this was where the best fishing was.  We have just received reports of a huge school of salmon having entered the system as well and they are biting!!

Tuross is also starting to fire up both up and down the system with Team Tackle World member Noel reporting good catches of flatties between the "lake" and "broken bridge" as well as near the 4-ways where Noel caught and released four flatties 50 cm+ and a 40 cm whiting as well as landing a 70 cm flattie in the same spot last weekend.  Most of Noel's fish were caught on 80 mm/100 mm wrigglers bloodworm and red rum colours.  Noel then threw out an anchor and burlied up to chase some garries around.  He was rewarded with a catch of 17 garfish until the seagulls found the burley trail and chased them all away! 

After some sound advise on "where to go" from Graham, Team tackle World member Juy put in above the steel bridge to be rewarded with his first jewie on soft plastics (100 mm White Lightning Shads) in his trusty "Hobie" with flathead, tailor and salmon as well.  Not bad for a "quick" mornings fish!

This morning seen Graham put in at Steel Bridge for a great catch and release session on big perch in the snags using Squidgie Bug weighted with a light resin head.  Good catches of flathead were also had on DOA prawns with some pesty tailor stealing three good hardbodies!!

Offshore

Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa I and II reports a good southerly current running with the water temperature sitting around the 17 degree celcius mark.  Ron headed out into 50-65 metre mark and landed good catches of mowies, pigfish, nannygai, flathead (both tiger and sand) using both fish bait and Lucanus Jigs.

All in all possibly the best weeks fishing for quite awhile now.  Lets hope it stays that way!!

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

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

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