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Fishing Report from Tackle World Moruya March 5th 2021

Moruya River.

This last week has seen a more consistent catch rate for most of the bread and butter species in the moruya river system. Bream, flathead and trevally with the occasional whiting have been the main stays this week. With the fish starting to once again, show further up the system. The lower sections of the river from the quarry wharf down to the river mouth have produced the most fish, with the middle sections up to the town bridge once again producing a few nice fish also. Best baits have been mullet fillet, prawns and live nippers, whilst the lure brigade have, caught fish on most offerings. Daiwa Infeet Rollin Crank lures, Shimano Bloodworm Wrigglers soft plastics and surface poppers over the shallows have all accounted for bream and flathead.

Tuross River.

With the Canberra Day long weekend this weekend and good weather forecast, Tuross will see an influx of fishos participating in the Tuross Fishing Club comp weekend this weekend. Bream and Flathead on artificial lures will be the main targets, so good luck at all coming down! Please be mindful, that an increase in anglers will see the boat ramps busier than usual this weekend. A helping hand to direct a trailer is a quicker way to clear the boat ramp, than a mouthful of abuse. Look after each other and have a fun weekend.

There have been plenty of good flathead and bream caught throughout the Tuross system this last week, with the lower to middle sections providing the majority of the catches.

Rock and Beach.

The salmon, bream and whiting continue to keep anglers happy again this week, with good catches reported on all the main beaches from Broulee all the way down past Tuross.

Moruya breakwall continues to offer land based anglers plenty of action, with salmon, bream, trevally and the odd Luderick all coming to hand.


Good reports this week from many boats bagging out on flathead all along the coast in the magic 30-40m marks with good reports of snapper coming from further out on 50+m of water.

For the game crews, the Marlin bite is continuing with good catches being reported.

For those coming down the hill this weekend, stop in and say hi, and enjoy your long weekend.

We are still offering a free insulated cooler bag with every bait purchase over $20.

Stay safe everyone and remember, “every days a good day for fishing...”

Team Tackle World Moruya.

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