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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Tackle World Moruya Fishing report

June 24th 2022 Moruya River. Now that the winter solstice has passed us, the days will slowly start to get longer and in turn warmer. This will take a bit of time though. So, for the time being, we will have to make the most of what’s available. Luckily the fishing in the river has been really good to date, with Tailor, Flathead, Bream and Trevally all being taken again this week. The entire system is fishing really well. Look to the deeper holes for the best chance of success. Soft plastics , metal blades and good old baits have all been taking fish. The lower sections of the river will have slightly warmer waters, where the ocean influence is greater, while the upper reaches will be cooler where the tidal reach isn’t as high.

Tuross River. Will little to no rain to speak of, the entire Tuross system is in really good condition, with fish being taken throughout the whole system this week. Tailor, Flathead, Bream and even the odd salmon have been found throughout the system. All manor of presentations are working at the moment, from plastics to baits, fish are being taken on whatever you choose to throw. The deeper holes will be holding better fish as the temps drop, so look for these for the best chance at success.

Rock and Beach. Salmon and Tailor have dominated the captures this week, with Moruya breakwall firing on the salmon. The Tailor have been most active during the low light periods of dawn and dusk. So if a feed of Tailor interests you, try hitting the local beaches, headlands or the breakwall first thing in the morning or last thing in the arvo. There are still some bream and the odd whiting holding in close, with some sizeable Trevally reported from the local headlands! The drummer will also start to become more prevalent from the stones as the water temps drop. With minimal swells forecast this weekend and little winds, a session from the stones could well be on the cards.

Offshore. Snapper and flathead continue to be a staple for those venturing out. The forecast for the weekend looks to be favouring an offshore trip for crews this weekend. As per normal, check the forecast for yourselves, and if crossing Moruya bar, stop and watch first!

With our 18th Birthday sale rapidly approaching, we will be running store wide savings of nearly everything in store. We have also put together a really nice collection of prizes from our suppliers. We are combing all of these together into 1 big prize that will be available for everyone to have a chance of winning. For every $50 spent in store on July 9th you will receive a ticket that will you put you into the draw for the major prize. There will also be minor prize bags available from several of our major suppliers. We are looking forward to seeing you all on Saturday the 9th of July to help us celebrate our 18th birthday!!

Stay safe everyone and remember, “everyday’s a good day for fishing…” Team Tackle World Moruya.


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