The fishing continues to be slow this week, with those catching, having to work for their fish. The estuary perch around the bridge after dark continue to keep dedicated anglers entertained. With the full moon this Saturday and a high tide at nearly 9pm, expect a few EP‘s to be around the bridge and weed bed edges. Just be sure to rug up. Nippers pumped from the garlandtown flats will help those that want to soak a bait this weekend. With a few flathead and bream being found in the deeper channels. For the boaties you can try around the mouth of the hole in the wall with either soft plastics or live nippers working well. Preddy’s wharf has seen a few nice flathead landed lately. It will no doubt be a popular spot with the long weekend crowds this weekend. Further upstream around the hospital area, you can hope to find a few nice bream also holding deep. Try using blade style lures, soft plastics or good old baits for best affect.
Tuross River. The fishing in this system has also been slow the last few weeks. Up the back of the system, reasonable numbers of Bream should be able to be found in the deeper holes, as will the odd jewfish. Down the front of the system, in front of the boat sheds are a few nice holes that can be fished both from the banks and from a boat, try looking in these areas for the fish that are holding deep. The potato point side of Tuross has recently seen a few flathead landed, so this might be a good area to also look at. Rock and Beach. There are still plenty of salmon on the beaches that will no doubt keep the holiday makers entertained. Try the beaches around the wind sock, Tuross and up towards Broulee for best chances. The Moruya breakwall also continues to fish well for salmon, bream, flathead and trevally. The drummer and luderick will also be a viable option off the rocks. Just keep an eye on the swell this weekend. Saturday is forecast for a bigger swell, while the rest of the weekend is looking good. Offshore. Reports have been a bit quiet, but I am hoping to get the good oil from all you visiting anglers this weekend. Try starting in around that magic 40m mark for both snapper and flathead. With the weekend forecast looking cool and calm, the long weekend, and eased travel restrictions, we are looking forward to seeing you all this weekend. Stay safe everyone and remember “Every day’s a good day for fishing” Team Tackle World Moruya.