KELSO Species: King George Whiting. A lot less rain this week has resulted in some great King George Whiting catches down over the Kelso flats. Hayabusa Whiting Rigs once again the most effective way to land a bag. LAKE ROWALLAN Species: Brown Trout. Located in the North West of the state. Lake Rowallan is situated
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TAMAR RIVER Species: Snapper. Its that time of the year where the elusive Snapper start appearing around the North of the state. We have had a few early reports of anglers starting to catch Snapper in the Tamar River. Fresh Bait is the key to landing one. Last year anglers were treated to record numbers
BRIDPORT Species: Flathead & Gummy Shark. If you are after a great feed of fish then Bridport is the place to be this week with anglers catching plenty of Flathead and Gummy Sharks. Anglers rig of choice – the ever faithful Jig Em rig. TOOMS LAKE Species: Brown Trout. Located towards the East coast of
LAKE LEAKE Species: Brown & Rainbow Trout. Lake Leake again providing good catches of Brown and Rainbow Trout and still in ample numbers. Both Soft Plastics and Hard Body working well. SCHOUTEN ISLAND Species: Bluefin Tuna. Bluefin Tuna are still around, with anglers reporting a few catches down around the Shouten Island area. Halco Laser Pro’s
LOW HEAD Species: Squid – Calamari Judging by the amount of boats heading down the highway road Friday morning a few people must have got the message that the Squid were on but the weekend weather wasn’t ideal. Those who ventured out were well rewarded with some absolute thumpers caught off the mouth of the
LOW HEAD Species: Squid – Calamari After much anticipation the Squid have returned in huge numbers at the mouth of the river with many anglers bagging out. Squid Jigs in a Lumo yellow or white with a red head the best way to go about catching some. Just remember the Squid season on the North