BRIDPORT / WATERHOUSE Species: Flathead. The Coastline from Bridport to Waterhouse was a haven for Flathead anglers over the past week with some great catches reported. With all the rain the past week you may want to consider heading slightly further offshore to increase your chances. Jig Em Rigs and fresh bait rigs the methods
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ST HELENS Species: Bluefin Tuna. The Bluefin are quiet but still hanging around St Helens, with a couple tagged on Saturday off the shelf and a 60kg caught Sunday. Skirted Lures and Halco Laser Pro’s in King Brown still the go to lures. EDDYSTONE POINT Species: Stripeys, Blue Eye & Gemfish. Reports of Stripeys being
GREAT LAKE Species: Brown Trout. One of the inland fisheries that’s open all year round is Great Lake on the Central Highlands. A great winter fishery that has been fishing well for Brown Trout over the past couple of weeks. If you can brave the elements and cant wait for the Trout season to open
EAST COAST Species: Bluefin Tuna. The Game Fishing Club of North Tasmania held its end of season comp at St Helens over the weekend, with over 15 boat entered. A 10.68kg Bluefin caught on 10kg line took out first place overall and with over 20 Bluefin tagged and released making the event a great success.
NORTH WEST COAST Species: Eastern Nannygai. A first for the weekly fishing report! Eastern Nannygai reported on the North West Coast. Predominantly a fish caught on the South East Coast of Australia, mainly in South Australia and New South Wales. Another species to start appearing in Tasmanian waters over the past few years. A bottom
EAST COAST Species: Bluefin Tuna. A quiet weekend on the East Coast with many anglers failing to land or even hook up a Bluefin, with only the odd schoolie caught here and there. Hopefully it was just an off weekend and we haven’t seen the end of the stellar Bluefin run we have been having.