GREAT OYSTER BAY Species: Flathead. Nestled on the East Coast of Tasmania surrounded by Swansea, Coles Bay and Freycinet National Park, Great Oyster Bay is the ideal boating destination on the East Coast. Has recently been fishing extremely well for large Flathead, Hayabusa Paternoster Rigs or Jig Em Rigs both working a treat. WEYMOUTH Species:
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EAGLEHAWK NECK Species: Bluefin & Albacore Tuna. Skirted lures doing the damage down south this weekend with plenty of schoolies being caught. Anglers reported instances of triple and quadruple hook ups, providing plenty of action for the people who made the effort to venture down. GEORGES BAY Species: Smorgasbord Georges Bay is well and truly
DEVONPORT Species: Kingfish. The Kingfish have started making their way along the north coast of Tasmania, with recent catches reported only yesterday. Kingfish often swim down deeper with schools of Salmon, look for birds working and use a diving lure to get down deeper. How ever fast you retrieve/troll for salmon double your speed to
ST HELENS & GEORGES BAY Species: Albacore Tuna, Kingfish The East Coast town of St Helens is seeing plenty of angling action both in the bay and off the coast. Kingfish have been landed in the bay and for those with a boat, there has been plenty of Albacore Tuna caught off the coast. Trolling
EAGLEHAWK NECK Species: Albacore Tuna. Eagle Hawk Neck is still the place to be this week, with plenty of Albacore Tuna (schoolies) about making the trip down well worthwhile. Halco Max lures the pick of the bunch, with Skirted Lures also working well. NORTH COAST Species: Kingfish. The once elusive Tasmanian Kingfish is slowly but
EAGLEHAWK NECK Species: Tuna & Mako Shark. Eagle Hawk Neck is the place to be with many anglers having great success this past weekend. Both Albacore and Bluefin Tuna being caught, trolling skirted and hardbody lures both working. For those not wanting to spend the day trolling for Tuna, there were also plenty of Mako Sharks