EAST COAST Species: Bluefin Tuna. Bluefin was once again the go to on the East Coast with anglers having great success on the Schoolies. The Jumbos/Barrels starting to get a bit more difficult to find, how ever a triple hook up last week providing hope that they are still lurking below. DEVONPORT Species: Bluefin Tuna.
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EAST COAST Species: Bluefin Tuna. The East Coast is continuing its solid run with Bluefin Tuna being caught from St Helens all the way down the coast to Eaglehawk Neck. With both Schoolies and Barrels being caught on a mixture of both Skirts and Hardbody Divers, Pakulas and Halco Laser Pros doing the bulk of
EAGLEHAWK NECK Species: Bluefin Tuna. Eaglehawk Neck is once again the go to destination for your best chance at targeting the Bluefin. With a number of Barrels and Schoolies being caught throughout the week. DEVONPORT Species: Bluefin Tuna. The Boys down the North West Coast have done it again, landing a Barrel Bluefin in Bass
A pretty ordinary weekend weather wise has left the fishing report looking a little thin this week. EAGLEHAWK NECK Species: Bluefin Tuna. As with previous weeks, Eaglehawk Neck is leading the state for fishing action with plenty of Schoolies and the odd Barrel still being caught. The biggest news of the week was that the
EAGLEHAWK NECK Species: Bluefin Tuna. The Eaglehawk Bluefin have started to quieten over this past week with more “Schoolies” reported rather than “Jumbos”. ST HELENS Species: Bluefin Tuna. The Bluefin action has well and truly made its way up the Coast with plenty of barrels being hooked off St Helens and the surrounding area. Hopefully
EAGLEHAWK NECK Species: Bluefin Tuna. The Tom Jenkins Classic was held Friday and Saturday. An impressive turn out of over 50 boats lined up to try their luck at taking out the trophy. The elusive barrels were hard to find however plenty of schoolies were caught. ST HELENS Species: Bluefin Tuna, Kingfish. The Bluefin action