Fishing Report, 29 June 2012 (3)

Friday, June 29, 2012 by tackleworldmoruya

Moruya River

Nice catches of bream are being had from the "moored" boats down towards the front of the system, with some nice luderick in around the hole in the wall and the rockwall. Good flathead are being caught by drifting from Quarry Wharf down towards the front throwing soft plastics in and around the weed beds.

Tuross

VIP member Noel headed back onto the water and enjoyed a great catch and release session (20 flatties in total and all around the 40-50 cm mark) using Squidgy Bloodworm 100 mm.  Noel took an "old caravan friend" out and gave him a lesson in soft plastic fishing, needless to say this guy is now hooked enjoying himself immensely.

Grab your light bream gear and enjoy some great catches of salmon while having a ball.  These fish are being caught from the front of the system around to the boat shed.  You must fish the incoming tide for best results here.

Beaches and Rocks

VIP member Ross headed out off Meringo for some very nice catches of salmon, tailor and bream.  The salmon are BIG and in PLAGUE proportions with every cast landing a fish.  For best results use Arma Twisties, Anchovies or Metalic slices. 

Team Tackle World members Nathan and Juzz once more hit Goulburn Workers for a great session, along with VIP member Cruizer also enjoying catches in the middle of the day!  The majority of these salmon are between 3-4 kg in size.

Offshore

Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa I and II found some brilliant Kingies right out the front of Moruya in 40-50 m of water.  For best results try using River2Sea jigs.

Mowies, pigfish and snapper were also caught in 50 metres of water with Mako's and gummies being landed in 60 m.  Nice flathead were also caught in 30 metres of water.  The water temperature is currently running at 16.4 degrees Celsius.

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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