Fishing Report, 28 April 2012

Friday, May 04, 2012 by tackleworldmoruya


Moruya River

Good news - the large flathead around Moruya bridge and Town Wharf are still hanging around (as reported last week) with best results using both 3" and 4" Swimming Mullet in the Gulp range. Head further upstream around the Hospital for some nice catches of both bream and estuary perch on Squidgy Bloodworm 80 mm soft plastics.  As usual big tailor are still being caught around the deep hole near Quarry Wharf on either pillies or Arma Metal Slices.


VIP member, Cruiser headed down to Tuross with a fresh bucket of "nippers" and landed himself some nice flathead, flounder and bream - check out the live bait buckets in store they allow you to keep your bait nice and fresh with ease of water changes.  Meanwhile, Jade and Tom headed further upstream to once again have a great catch and release session on the bream using SX40's as well as some nice "flatties" while trolling with Strada Pieta deep diving hardbodies.

Beaches and Rocks

Team Tackle World members Nathan and Juzz were at it again off Pedro and enjoyed a nice afternoon with Juzz bagging herself six nice whiting, while Nathan enjoyed catches of two Tarwine - all fish were caught on fresh beach worms which will once again be in store for the weekend.  Keep counting boys because I know who's coming out on top yet again!!

Some nice drummer are also being pulled in off the rocks using the preferred bait for this species of cunji.


Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa enjoyed catches of flathead in 20 m of water  just off the windsock, while out in the 50 m mark he scored snapper, mowies and pigfish all off fish bait and squid.  The water is a little dirty in close, however the sea conditions are good and the water temperature is currently running at 19.6 degrees celcius.

Back in store - NIGHTFIRE Reels - these reels do not last long with their "flashy" lights much loved by young and old alike!  Perhaps Mum would enjoy one for Mother's Day!!  Also back in stock STABIL fuel stabiliser to ensure the best performance out of your outboard motor (this stabiliser can also be used in lawn mowers, whipper snippers, etc).

Don't forget to head in store and "have a go" at the ultimate fishing game - believe me once played never forgotten and you may be "hooked" even better than the Marlin you can catch!

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

 Team Tackle World Moruya

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Jade

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