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GREENOUGH FIRST AND SECOND POINTS -
Tailor to 60cm most mornings and evenings.
Lures anglers are using are 100mm Maria Blues code stickbaits.
Mulloway to 80cm are being caught at high tide along the beach gutters on Mullet baits.
DRUMMOND COVE CAR PARKS -
Tailor to 50cm mainly from the end car park with bait of choice being ganged mulies.
Small soapies have also been turning up after the Tailor and giving light tackle anglers some fun with fish up to 70cm being caught right thru to Buller river.
High tide and fresh baits are the key to finding the Mulloway.
GREENOUGH RIVER -
Black Bream to 36cm have been caught on Duo vibes, Squidgy soft plastics and Berkley Scum dogs.
The bigger bream have falling to live baits.
Mangrove jacks to 40cm and Estuary cod to 50cm have been caught around the rock bars and major snags.
Lures that have been doin the damage are Squidgie 80mm bugs, and th epick of the baits would be half mulies and live prawns.
CHAPMAN RIVER -
Bream to 30cm are taking squidgy wrigglers and Zman 2 inch grubs tight to the banks up near the bridge early mornings and around sunset.
LOCAL ROCK WALLS -
Tailor to 40cm on mulies and sand whiting have been smashing coral prawns behind the lives wall.
We have also heard rumours of Mangrove Jacks to 40cm being caught on mulie baits by anglers fishing there baits close to the rock wall.
SEAL ROCK -
God sized Herring and Skippy are around for those who have been setting constant burly trails.
The Demersal ban and the strong winds have kept offshore fishing very quiet of late with only a few reports of Sampson Fish and Amberjacks being jigged up in 40m.
We have also heard and seen a few photos of Spanish Mackerel that have been caught by anglers Trolling 4m deep divers along Pensioners Bank and thru the shipping channel.
Local Cray fish reports have been great with lots of whites being caught in pots and by free divers.