Fishing Report, 20/5/2011

Friday, May 20, 2011 by tackleworldmoruya

Hey Guys - hope all is well with everyone - we haven't had much chance to fish this week as we've been in Canberra at a Camping Trade Show.  So for those "campers" out there stay tuned for some new and exciting stock!

Moruya River

Good catches of luderick and flathead are being had around the "hole in the wall".  Get a nice "drift" going for the flathead using poddy mullet for best results.

Huge salmon are also being pulled in off Preddies on fresh bait.


The flatead are still on the "chew" down towards the front of the system with Team Tackle World member "Dougie" getting a crocodile to the side of the boat only having the flattie spit out the 33 cm flathead it was chewing on at the time.

The big bream are still around and still responding best to the Strada deep divers.

Rocks and Beaches

Now that the seas have calmed down some nice gutters have formed and we're being rewarded with some nice bream, salmon and tailor  - all being brought in off most of the beaches, with Congo, Pedro and Tuross inparticular  fishing very well.  For best results gang some salted pillies or throw out an Arma Chrome Twisty.


Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa I and II enjoyed a lovely day out yesterday with catches of flathead, snapper, bronze whaler sharks, pigfish and mowies in the 22 metre mark straight off the front of Moruya.  Good catches of snapper are also being had by the "plastic" boys straight off the front as well.  The water temperature is currently sitting at 18 degrees celcius and its looking good for a nice weekend on the water.

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

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

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