Tackle World Moruya Fishing report Sep 15th

Your Up to Date fishing report from the team at Tackle World Moruya Moruya and Tuross River

Quarry wharf in Moruya has fished reasonably well for bream, tailor and trevally using baits like Hawkesbury prawns and tuna fillets.

The bridge area in Moruya is still holding schools of luderick with some very nice fish landed this week using fresh nippers for bait.

Whiting have been on the bite down the front of the Tuross system. They have been very fussy and only seem to be taking squirt worms as bait.

Flathead are just starting to liven up a bit in Tuross with some good numbers reportedly being caught this past week using paddle tail plastics like squidgie fish and squidgie prawns. John and Graham also had good success using Daiwa double clutch in Ghost Ayu 60 mm.

Rocks and Beaches

Salmon are still going strong off the beach. Congo, Coila, North Heads and South Heads beaches have all be producing good numbers of fish both spinning with Arma metals or bait fishing using pilchards and gang hook rigs.

We haven't had any reports of drummer or squid but it's certainly the right time of the year and would definitely be worth a go over the weekend.


Minimal reports for offshore this week but the few we did have were quite good. Straight off the front of Moruya in roughly 50 metres of water saw one angler bag a few nice reds and some good size flathead over the 50 cm mark.

Bottom bouncing baits like squid and pillies just off Windsock has also produced some good numbers of flathead in the 25 metre mark.

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

Team Tackle World Moruya

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