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Tackle World Moruya Fishing report

Moruya River It has been a tough bite for most this past week in Moruya river, but a few good fish are still being caught. Flathead have been biting in the channel down towards the front of the system. People are having good success drifting this channel using pillies and blue bait. Gulp turtle back worms on a 1/8 oz jig head has also been working well. Bream and whiting have been hitting the surface in the backwaters. Jackson's Ebi panic lures working extremely well. Luderick and tailor have been hanging around the quarry wharf area. The luderick have strangely taken a liking to salted pillie cubes this past week with several anglers having good success with this bait. Tuross River Lots of small flathead are being caught throughout the system at the moment on both soft plastics and bait. The larger one's seem to be hanging around the four-ways, and soft plastics like the black and gold squidgie fish have accounted for most of the bigger fish. Good size salmon and tailor are being caught in the river mouth using top water lures and soft plastics on a fast retrieve. They are great fun on light fishing gear. Bream are being caught around the boat shed using worms and prawns. The oyster leases are also fishing well for bream for the lure anglers. Jackson athletes and pygmy cranks have worked well. Rocks and Beaches Crayfish are still around the rocks at the moment and our cray pots have been catching plenty. Salmon have been a little quite this week. Anglers that had the most success have been using a paternosta rig and two full pilchards for bait. Some nice size tailor have also been caught using the same method. Both north and south head beaches have produced early of the morning. Bream have been caught on the riverside of the Moruya breakwall casting prawns up current and letting them drift back towards the rockwall. South Durras has reportedly produced some very nice size reds off the rocks using peeled prawns and fresh squid. Offshore The offshore fishing has fired up a lot this week. The Airport flats have fished very well for flathead. The reef just off Moruya has produced all the typical reef species plus some very nice sized reds and mowies. Barracoota are still out there but in much smaller patches as of late. Reports of kingfish hanging around the Bingi area this past week and also in the Potato Point area are getting many anglers keen to get out offshore this weekend. Tight lines my friends and remember “every day’s a good day for fishing … “ Team Tackle World Moruya

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