ST HELENS Species: Mako Sharks. The St Helens Game Fishing Club Shark competition was held over the weekend. With 41 boats entering, the boat ramps were operating at maximum capacity. Plenty of Makos about with 7 weighed in and 15 tagged and released. Shawn Gray on board “The Bill Collector” taking out the prize for
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EAST COAST Species: Albacore and Bluefin Tuna, Mako Sharks. The East Coast continued to be the place to be over the past week with a range of fish being caught. The weather was the biggest issue with a lack of quality fishing days holding anglers back. Albacore and Bluefin Tuna being reported up and down the
EAST COAST Species: Albacore and Bluefin Tuna, Mako Sharks, Kingfish and Crayfish The East Coast was the place to be over the Christmas weekend, with many venturing down to holiday homes and shacks to enjoy the break. Anglers who headed off shore were rewarded with a smorgasbord of fishing options to choose from. We had reports
EAST COAST Species: Albacore and Bluefin Tuna. Christmas weekend is shaping up to be a cracker for anglers with Albacore and Bluefin Tuna appearing on the East Coast over the weekend. St Helens, Coles Bay and Bicheno all reporting catches. Small skirted lures and Halco Laser pros both working well. All we need now is the
WATERHOUSE ISLAND Species: Flathead & Gummy Shark. Waterhouse has been a superb fishery over the past couple of months with many species calling the islands waters home. Flathead and Gummy Sharks were the fish on the bite this week with Flasher Rigs and Fresh bait working well on both. TAMAR RIVER Species: Snapper. The Tamar
Short and sweet this week as the weather wasn’t the greatest over the weekend. EAST COAST Species: Crayfish. The East Coast Crayfish season opened on the weekend and despite some terrible weather anglers ventured out and reported some great catches off St Helens and Bicheno. GREAT LAKE Species: Brown Trout. Great Lake hosted the CJ