Fishing Report 16/7/2011

Thursday, July 14, 2011 by tackleworldmoruya

Hey guys,

Here goes for this week's fishing report,

Moruya and Tuross - Team Tackle World members Graham and John spent a good morning fishing on Moruya River in the backwaters out of the wind last Sunday.  The boys tried out the new Draconian video glasses, capturing their catch and release session with Strada Piccolas and Camions.  Plenty of Luderick on greenweed, Bream and Tailor on metal slices are being caught in both Moruya and Tuross. 

Rocks and Beaches - On the rocks good numbers of Drummer, Bream, Salmon, Tailor and Blue Groper are being caught on peeled prawns, pilchards and red rock crabs.  The Salmon are on most beaches, and for best results use ganged pilchards and metal slices.

Offshore - Captain Ron aboard Winda Woppa Charters reports good size Mowies, Red Rock Cod, Pig Fish, Snapper, School and Gummy Sharks all being caught in and around the reefs off Moruya.  The water temperature is currently running at 16 degrees celsius outside.  Outwide around the 1000m mark of water, plenty of skip jack tuna, mack tuna, yellow fin and blue fin are being had.  Get in store to grab some cubing pilchards, then head out for some arm stretching fun!

Specials of the Week - Shimano Stradic reels from a low $190 (excluding CI4's)

Remember, everyday's a good day for fishing!

Team Tackle World Moruya

Gaye, Graham, Mark, Bec and John

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