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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Tackle World Moruya Fishing report June 10th 2022

Moruya River.

As air temps continue to keep us shivering, the river continues to keep anglers happy. The tailor continue to bite in the river. With fish to 60cm still biting from quarry wharf down to the breakwall on the top of the tide. The airport flats have flathead, bream, trevally and luderick available to anglers at the moment.

Under the town bridge, flathead and bream can both be found on the top of the tide.

Further upstream, around the hospital bream and trevally can also be found.

As the water temp starts to drop, start prospecting the deeper holes as the fish will start to look for deeper holes to hide out in. Fishing bladed style lures is a great technique as winter continues.

Tuross River.

Flathead, bream, tailor and trevally all continue to be caught in good numbers this week. The beauty with Tuross at the moment, is the entire system is producing fish. All the way from the lower boat ramp to above the metal Bodalla bridge there are fish to be found.

Being such a big system, no matter the direction of the winds at the moment, a sheltered spot can easily be found.

Rock and Beach.

Good numbers of salmon and Tailor have been working the entire coastline this week. Cast metals and pillies on paternoster rigs have both been working this week.

There are still a few bream and whiting also on offer in the broken ground at the ends of the beaches working into rocky headlands.

Keep an eye on the swell to climb on Sunday though. The forecast will approach 4m, good for the surfers, but it does make beach fishing challenging and the rocks dangerous.


Good snapper and flathead continue to provide a feed for most boaters heading out this week. Start in the magic 30-40m mark. Keep an eye out for the sea state to deteriorate on Sunday though.

We are still looking for staff member to join the Tackle World Moruya team. Ideally we are looking for a more senior member to join the team as solo weekend work will be required. If this sounds like something you might like, please shoot us an resume via email, or in person at the shop.

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

Team Tackle World Moruya


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