Fishing Report, 17/6/2011

Friday, June 17, 2011 by tackleworldmoruya


Hello everyone!  Hope you've all enjoyed a nice weeks fishing - it's been a bit "chilly" though.  Here goes for this weeks report.

Moruya and Tuross

Now that the "cold snap" is leaving and the sun is trying to shine, conditions should improve and you'll see catches of bream and perch in the "snags" - try our new Strada "Feral" lures which will also work well on all types of natives.

Luderick are still being caught around the "hole in the wall" in Moruya and the rockwall in Tuross.

Beaches and Rocks

Team Tackle World members Nathan and Justine took their bream gear down to Goulburn Workers the other afternoon and had a ball catching and releasing good size salmon - one per cast on Arma Twisties metal slices!

Good drummer are also coming off most headlands at the moment, along with some nice bream using peeled prawns.


Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa I and II landed himself some nice catches of mowies and flathead in and around 25 to 35 metres of water.  The water temperature is currently running around 16.5-17 degrees celcius and for those who love whales they are out there in their multitudes!!

We have also had reports of albacore with some yellowfin starting to show up out on the shelf as well.

Don't forget our new range of archery gear landed in store also!!

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

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