NORTH EAST COAST Species: Snapper, Gummy Shark & Flathead. From Bridport to Waterhouse, the North East was performing well over the weekend, with a mixed bag and plenty of catches landed. The Snapper are still proving to be popular around Bridport, with fresh bait and Flasher Rigs working well. Gummy Shark and Flathead were caught
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LOW HEAD Species: Calamari Squid & King George Whiting. The Calamari are making their presence felt, which had anglers excited over the weekend with more than plenty caught. The Yoshikawa Squid jig in colour ‘Parrot’ doing the most damage. King George Whiting were also caught around the mouth of the river, using the Hayabusa Whiting
EAST COAST Species: Striped Trumpeter & Crayfish. The Striped Trumpeter were fishing well off the East Coast over the weekend with anglers having great success using both jigs and rigs. The East Coast Crayfish Rebuilding Zone also opened on the weekend. Many anglers took the time to set their pots in hope of getting the
TAMAR HEADS Species: King George Whiting. The mouth of the Tamar River was once again a hive of King George Whiting activity for another week with anglers catching their intended bags. Sandy patches and Hayabusa Whiting rigs with a added bit of Squid working a treat. BRIDPORT Species: Snapper. Bridport was a popular place over the
TAMAR HEADS Species: King George Whiting & Calamari Squid. The waters around the mouth of the Tamar River are a hive of activity at the moment with both King George Whitting on the flat sandy patches and Calamari Squid being caught both inside the mouth and as far around as Two Mile Reef. If you’re a
TWO MILE REEF Species: Calamari Squid The recent spawing closure on the North Coast for Calamari has done them a world of good with a number of Squid being caught over the past week. Your everyday Squid jig in a variety of colours doing well. TAMAR RIVER Species: King George Whiting On your way back in