Fishing Report, 4 May 2012

Friday, May 04, 2012 by tackleworldmoruya


Moruya River

The flathead are still in the River, with VIP member Merv having a great catch and release session during the week using Gulp Banana Prawns.  Merv released at least 20 flathead and had most of his success down around the weir area. The big tailor are still being caught around the deep hole near Quarry Wharf on either pillies or Arma Metal Slices - some of these tailor have been reported to be up to 12 lb in size.


As at this time we have unfortunately not had a report on Tuross this week, however our staff are currently out fishing the system now, so we should have some "stories" to tell next week!

Beaches and Rocks

Nathan and Juzz headed back down to Pedro and scored themselves some nice bream and salmon.  Not sure of the count just yet as Nathan put in the report!!  They then launched their brand new canoes and christened them with catches of nice sized bream in one of their favourite hot spots (sorry can't tell)!!  Spud Point has also got some really well formed gutters running along the beach, so is well worth a fish this weekend.

Team Tackle World member Dave is also enjoying good catches of nice drummer off the rocks.


The "outside boys" have been enjoying good catches of squid off Broulee on IKA UV Blast squid jigs - try some FogDog Lemon Pepper batter to turn these squid into an extremely "yummy" meal.

Head out wide off Pedro around the 50 metre mark armed with River2Sea jigs and experience some nice catches of kingies!  The usual reef species are also still being caught on squid and fish bait.

VIP members keep an eye on your e-mail and letterboxes as we reward your loyalty with some nice vouchers for you to spend "on us"!!  Please be sure to check the expiry date as these vouchers are only good for the time specified on them.  We will also be holding an "invitation only" evening/day for VIP members!  If you have time can you please e-mail/drop in store and let us know if you'd prefer to attend on a Saturday afternoon (after 3 pm), of an evening 5.30-7.30 during the week, or on a Sunday morning or Sunday afternoon.  Your feedback would be greatly appreciated.

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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