The Footbridge and the Post Office Jetty are landing whiting,with best results using mussels, pipis and worms.Luderick are along the Rock Wall up to Kalimna Jetty taking weed.Offshore attheSix Mile Reef for gummies and pinkies, and twelve swordfish have been caught there as well. Try the surf beaches for salmon. Keep in mind that the full moon was on the 23rd.
Head toTrident Arm for bream on soft plastics. Blackfellows Arm has been good for large bream of around 42cm, which are changing back to silver. Salmon are biting at the No 2-boat ramp.
The best spots for bream are at The Cut,and all the way down to the river mouth,with preferred baits being spider crab and prawn.
Bream are active around the Rough Road area, using cut crab.The Snags, Butcher’s Creek and Salt Creek are also worth a look.
The two bridges and heading down to the river mouth are best for bream,on drifting prawn and spider crab.
Shaving Pointis the best spot for whiting, taking peeled prawn. Boole Peninsula, Bell’s Point and the surrounding islands are also worth a try.
Fishing has been fairly quiet recently,but bream are biting at the town jetties,with most success using prawn and spider crab.
No report this week.
Good size bream,around the 40-45cm mark,are active on the foreshore, taking frozen prawn. The surf has been good for salmon and tailor. Frenchs Narrows and Lake Corringle are also worth looking at.
The entrance is still openand there are bream about.Best results are on local prawns, soft plastic, vibes,and sand worm.
Bream are heading up river to Furnell Landing,with live shrimp and cut crabas preferred baits.Peters Rock has seen some trevally caught using pilchards.Head to the football ground in the late afternoon for pinkies on pilchards.
Bream have been more active in the bottom lake,with best results using black vibes and green,soft plastic lures. Offshore fishing is also producing some good sized fish.