GREENOUGH FIRST AND SECOND POINTS -
Tailor to 50cm most mornings and evenings. Fishing the wash zones has produced the odd Tailor to 70cm.
Mullet and mulie baits have been doing the damage fished on ganged hooks.
TARCOOLA BEACH -
Mulloway to 60cm are being found along the beach gutters all the way thru to Separation Point.
Fishing around low and high tide has been most productive.
DRUMMONDS COVE CAR PARKS -
Tailor to 70cm have be turning up from the rips at the northern car park, weed has been patchy here.
Mulloway of all sizes are still being caught from the deeper gutters and holes along the same stretch.
High tide and fresh baits are the key to finding the schooling Mulloway.
CORONATION BEACH -
Reports of solid Mulloway and Tailor to around 50cm are being caught from late arvo thru the night.
Look for the deeper holes and use bigger baits on a snelled rig to target the bigger mulloway.
GREENOUGH RIVER -
Black Bream to 35cm have been found along the Devlins pool area and also up towards the river mouth.
The odd Mangrove jack and Estuary cod are still being caught further up river with most busting fisherman off before being landed.
CHAPMAN RIVER -
Bream to around 30cm have been caught on soft plastic lures and prawn baits by anglers fishing around the pontoon.
Tilapia ,Cichlids and Gold Fish are also being found up river past the Chapman road bridge.
LOCAL ROCK WALLS -
Tailor to 45cm taking ganged mulies just before sunset.
Mulloway to 10kg have been reported by anglers fishing the wall late into the night.
School Mackerel have made the odd appearance during overcast afternoons responding well to 80mm Maria Duplex and 88mm Shimano Waxwing lures.
SEAL ROCK -
God sized Herring and Skippy are still about, prawn and squid baits have been the best baits to use.
PENSIONERS BANK -
The Demersal ban and the stormy weather has again kept offshore fishingvery quiet , we did hear reports of a few Cobia being caught from along Pensioners Bank and also by free divers seeing decent Cobia while chasing Cray Fish.
Anglers are reminded that the demersal ban finished on the 16th of December and not the 15th, you are allowed to fish for bottom fish as of midnight the 15th of Dec.
No reports of Spanish Mackerel this week, but this is the time of year where they begin to turn up along our coast in good sizes and numbers . We are expecting to hear more reports of Mackerel and Tuna very soon as the water temp increases over the next few weeks.
Local Cray fish reports are great with good numbers of whites and reds being caught by pot fisherman and by local free divers.
Cray divers have told us that the reefs of Separation point and Point Moore have been holding solid numbers of sized Cray fish.
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