Your Tackle World Moruya Fishing report for July 20th
Your up to date fishing report compliments of Tackle World Moruya Moruya and Tuross River
A few good size flathead have been caught down the front of Tuross river flicking soft plastics like Gulp 3 inch swimming mullet in camo. Try focusing on the more shallow sections of the system at this time of the year.
The four-ways and snake flat have produced a few sizable whiting using fresh baits like yabbies and squirt worms.
Bream are being caught around the rock wall near Preddy’s Wharf in Moruya. FG blades and soft plastics like Gulp nemesis are working well. Baits like beach worms, yabbies and mullet fillets are also working great.
Luderick have been schooling around the entrance of the weir and also the bridge pylons in Moruya. Nippers and green weed will put you in with a good chance of landing a few.
Rocks and Beaches
The salmon are still hanging around in good numbers all up and down the coast. Moruya break wall, Pedro Point and Bingi have all produced good fish on both pilchards and Arma metals.
Plenty of crayfish are still coming in off the rocks. Both diving and using our cray pots has been very productive.
The drummer fishing off the rocks at South Heads, Bingi and Potato Point has been great! Reports of many sizable fish landed using peeled prawns, crabs and Cunji for bait. Groper and bream are also being caught in the same areas.
Some nice snapper are being caught just off Tuross. Floating pillie cubes down a good trail has worked a treat.
The reefs off Moruya are fishing well for snapper and big mowies using Instinct performance rigs with Pillies and California squid. Pigfish, barracoota and a few sharks are also being caught around the reefs.
Tight Lines my Friends and remember “every day’s a good day for fishing … “
Team Tackle World Moruya