Fishing Report, 13/5/2011

Friday, May 13, 2011 by tackleworldmoruya

Hi Guys - hope everyone has had an enjoyable week.  Unfortunately Canberra decided to send their winds our way which didn't prove too good for the fishing!

Moruya River

A few reports of flathead down around the "hole in the wall", with estuary perch also being reported down around the weedbeds.  Good catches of luderick are also being had straight off town wharf around the boat moarings and down towards the Ryans Creek area.


We headed out Wednesday despite the most atrocious conditions you could hope for and tossed around our Strada Quika hardbody lures in the deep divers.  Second cast seen these lures work their magic with Gaye cataching and releasing (right beside the boat!) one BIG bream!  Graham's next cast also seen him land a nice 38 cm - please go to for these latest pics!!

Reports of good luderick are also being reported around the boat shed area, as well as near the pipeline.  Head further towards Potato Point for isolated catches of flathead.

Beaches and Rocks

Meringo is producing some great catches of salmon, tailor and bream with the wall still producing good catches of both salmon and tailor off Arma Chrome "Twisties".
Please be careful of conditions before heading out onto the rocks as these winds are still blowing!


Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa I and II was able to get out early in the week prior to the winds and secured good catches of snapper, tiger flathead, leatherjackets and swallow tail nannygai all in the 22 metre mark straight off the front of Moruya.  The water temperature is currently running at 19 degrees celcius and once again, with these winds around please check conditions before heading out!

Have a great weeks fishing everyone and remember "everydays a good day for fishing ... "

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

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