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Your Tackle World Moruya fishing report as at June 18th


Moruya and Tuross River

Some large perch have been hanging around the bridge in Moruya. Paddle tail soft plastics and atomic jerk minnows have both been working well. Bream seem to be right down the front of the system at the moment. The hole in the wall and also the rock wall have been producing good bream on 2 inch gulp crabbys. Baits such as prawns and live poddy mullet have been working equally well.

Tuross River is fishing reasonably well. Some nice bream and perch are being caught in the leases, mainly on soft plastics like the Zman grubs and gulp nemisis. The four-ways has been seeing some reasonable flathead landed on both soft plastics and bait. Some jewfish have also been enticed on soft plastics up the top of the system in the deeper holes.

Rocks and Beaches

The Moruya break wall is the place to go for salmon and tailor. Spinning with Arma metal slices has been working well for some anglers, others using a gang hook rig and pillies are also doing well.

Drummer are still being caught off the rocks just south of Moruya and a few nice size squid. Good reports of lobsters around the Pedro Point area also.

Offshore

All the usual flathead beds are producing some quality flathead drifting baits like pillies and squid. Snapper and Mowie are being caught just out the front of Moruya in roughly 40 metres of water. Lunds Californian squid has been the bait of choice. The 70 metre mark has also seen some very nice reds boated using entice jigs.

Tight Lines my friends and remember “every day’s a good day for fishing …”

Team Tackle World Moruya


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