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Your Up to Date Fishing report from Tackle World Moruya


Moruya River This week has seen good numbers of whiting and flathead been taken on the flats towards the mouth of the river with a few whiting reaching the 40 cm mark. Bream have been harder to find, but a few lucky anglers did manage to catch the odd decent one. Again the lures of choice this week have been the ever reliable Bassday sugapen for the surface bite in the earlier hours and late afternoon, however they produce fish right through the day given the right conditions. Also a stand out this week has been the Atomic Metals40 and the Jackson Bottom Magic. The bottom magic is working well in the deeper water around 3-5 metres for the larger flathead. Tuross The word is whiting are scattered right throughout the system this week with great catches being reported, so this must mean one thing .... Big Mulloway!!!. With this many whiting getting around the Mulloway will be out hunting. There was a 20 kg mulloway landed this week around Tuross but as to where well your guess would be as good as mine as mulloway fisherman do not give away anything when it comes to protecting there spots! Flathead are still on the chew and have been caught in the deeper drop offs this week and the sizes have been healthy which is promising to see. Graham and John caught and released a heap of bream this week from around the racks on surface lures and shallow diving hard bodies – really enjoyed the session! Beaches This week there has been mixed reports coming in which suggest that the beaches to the southern end of the Eurobodalla shire have been the pick of the crop. Australian salmon and whiting are in the gutters in close so be careful not to cast over the top of them and don’t be shy to fish in close as this has been producing the better quality fish. Beach worms have been working on the whiting and bream with the trusty old pilchard still claiming the salmon. Off shore Snapper are still being taken in water around the 20 metre range with good sizes coming in up to 3.5 kg. Also straight out the front of the Moruya river mouth in 15 metres of water there’s been a lot of gummy sharks taken using fresh slimy fillets and if your catching slimies then I’d be rigging one up as a live bait and sending it out as the better kings are taking the slimies at the moment, however kings are still smashing the Entice Seeker jigs. Out wider the reports are suggesting there’s still good numbers of bill fish and dollies getting around so pick your days and head out! The following freshwater report is brought to us compliments of Josh, owner, Tackle World Goulburn. WYANGALA DAM Good inflow, hot weather and dirty water all spells slow fishing and unfortunately this has been the case the last week. The odd cod have been caught on spinnerbaits worked around the edges and a few yellas from the trees and of coarse carp off the bank but fishing has been slow. With better more stable weather fishing should improve dramatically this weekend. PEJAR DAM Quiet is the only word we can use for the dam this week. We had one report of a nice 51 cm rainbow caught on worms but that's it. Pejar has been a little tough the last week mainly because of the weather but this will stabilize and fishing will improve. Keep trying this place it will eventually fire and it will happen overnight particularly the bass fishing at this time of year! WOLLONDILLY RIVER Good numbers of redfin in most parts of the river casting the banks with finesse stump jumpers and Hester trout minnows will bring quick action. Most small body lures are great for reddies but the difference between catching one fish and ten is in the action so picking the right lures is a must for reasonable numbers. Tight lines my friends and remember “every day’s a good day for fishing … “ Team Tackle World Moruya


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