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Tackle World fishing report Mar 31st


Moruya River

The water is still a little dirty, but good fish are being caught.

Mark and his grandson Angus had a productive fishing session using the 4inch pumpkinseed swimming mullet, landing Flathead up to 60cm between the Anchorage and Preddys wharf.

Bream are being caught down towards the front of the system on both bait and lures. Try using worms or mullet fillet also. Prolure grubs in the motor oil colour are working well in the dirty water with vibes/blades in the deeper sections of the river. Bass have moved right down the system, and are still being caught around Kiora bridge.


We had a great morning out with plenty of bream on Jackson athelete and Diawa pressos

Tuross River

Good numbers of whiting are being caught down the front on the flats. Surface lures such as the Jackson panic prawn and sugarpen 70f are working well. Worms and fresh nippers are also working a treat.

Flathead are being caught drifting the channels with both bait and scented soft plastics. Bream out the front of the boat shed on blade/vibe style lures, worms and prawns. A few jewfish are still hanging around in the deeper sections of the river, try using live poddy mullet on a slack tide and you'll be in with a chance.

Rocks and Beaches

Pro staff member Nathan has been catching drummer and bream off the rocks at Bingie. The beaches are fishing well for salmon, tailor, whiting and bream, as is the breakwall in Moruya. Pilchards on a gang hook rig is the way to go for salmon and tailor. Spinning with metal slices has also been very productive.

Offshore

Yet again, due to big swells and bad weather a lot of the offshore fishing has been put on hold.

Good luck to all fishing the Southern Bream series on the Clyde on Sunday.

Team Tackle World Moruya

The following report is provided from Josh at Tackle World Goulburn.

Wyangla Dam

If your not packing the car now you should be. Wyangla has fired up after a few slow weeks. Jake Jakobsson reported 9 cod from 45-68cm mostly on Gangster Motherfroggers in 8mts fishing from Streamville to the Esses. B en Williams also had a big weekend on the yellas fishing off the front of three tree island using black grubs - he boated over 40 fish over the two days. With a little bit of inflow and stable weather the fish are on the chew well worth getting out there this weekend.

Pejar Dam

Same story for Pejar as Wyangla, Jarrod Stacy has been giving the bass a hard time fishing late afternoons into the evening. Bass are a great late afternoon fish as the light fades the fish fire up. I would suggest using some Strada Piccolas, Jackson Trout tunes or Tiemco Cicada over any of the weed beds for the best results.

Wollondilly River

Nothing but good news, the amount of reports this week has been amazing. One angler that wishes to remain nameless caught over 40 Redfin along the river at the golf club using a small Strada Cringe. Darrel & Mitchell O'Donnell also reported good numbers above the weir. If you need a fishing fix, fish anywhere along the Wollondilly or the ponds this weekend try using any small lures around the 50mm mark the slower you can move them the better a suspending or floating lure will work best and fish near the structure for the best results.

#Sports

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