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Tackle World Moruya fishing report Nov 16th


Your up to date fishing report courtesy of the team at Tackle World Moruya Moruya River The flats at the bridge have seen some good top water lure sessions this week. Bream, whiting and flathead have all been caught using Bassday Sugapens and Jackson Pygmy poppers. Ryan's creek entrance has been a great spot for flathead with many caught using both live poddy mullet for bait and soft plastics like the Squidgy bio tough double tail grub. Bream are being caught towards the front of the system in the deep channel at Preddy’s wharf. Mullet fillets and live yabbies have been working well. Tuross River The river has been fishing exceptionally well for most species as of late. Mulloway have been coming in down the front up to 1 metre in size. A slider rig with a Gamakatsu 6/0 circle and fresh squid for bait has been getting the job done.The oyster leases throughout the system are holding some very good size bream and grub tail soft plastics like the Zman 2.5" grub in Midnight oil has boated a few.Whiting are still hanging around the four-ways. Squirt worms have been working best for the bait fisherman and Jackson poppers for the lure fisherman. Rocks and Beaches Squid are well and truly back on the bite off the rocks around South Broulee. North heads beach is still producing plenty of good fish including salmon, bream and whiting. Baits like pillies, beach worms and prawns have worked well. Moruya break wall has reportedly seen a few legal size Kingfish landed this past week. Ballooning a live bait on a run out tide is a good method to get the bait out to the fish. Offshore Reports of Yellowfin Tuna between 30 and 40 kg out at the shelf this past week. Kingfish have moved in around Broulee Island in good numbers and plenty have been caught using both live bait and lures.The reefs are all still producing some pretty nice snapper, mowie on fresh baits and California squid.Windsock beach has been fishing well for good size flathead with some people hitting patches of 50 plus cm fish. Pillies and squid have been the baits of choice. Tight Lines my friends and remember “every day’s a good day for fishing … “ Team Tackle World Moruya


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