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Your Tackle World Moruya Fishing report for August 3rd

Your up to date fishing report compliments of Tackle World Moruya Moruya and Tuross River Luderick have been on the bite in Moruya. The northern side of the bridge has seen fish up to 30 cm caught using live yabbies. Bream and estuary perch are also being caught in the same area.Schools of tailor are moving around the river between Quarry wharf and Preddy’s wharf. Metal spoons and plastics are working well. Tuross boat shed area is also fishing well for decent size tailor with the average being around the 50 cm mark and reports of some much larger ones hanging around also. Down the front of Tuross river on the Potato Point side, some nice table sized flathead are being caught around the sand flats using lightly weighted full pilchards on a gang hook and a slow retrieve. Rocks and Beaches Off the rocks at Moruya Heads and Bingi is fishing well for squid with the most popular jigs being the more natural colours this week. Plenty of crayfish are also being caught using cray pots in the same areas.Potato Point, Coila and Windsock beach in Moruya are all fishing well for salmon. A paternosta rig with one pilchard and one surf popper has been working great! Offshore Flathead are being caught in front of Congo at roughly 20 to 30 metres in reasonable numbers. Pillies and squid have been the bait of choice.The bombies around the Pedro Point area have fished well for snapper on soft plastics. Five inch Zman streakz curly tailz and 5 inch Gulp jerk shads have both worked a treat. For the bait fisho’s, a good burley trail and pillie cubes should get you hooked up on a few. Tight lines my friends and remember “every day’s a good day for fishing … “ Team Tackle World Moruya

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