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Your up to date fishing report from Tackle World Moruya Dec 18th 2020

Moruya River.

The river has continued to keep most anglers entertained this week. With good numbers of Flathead, Bream, Trevally, Whiting and even the odd Luderick being reported. The lower half of the river has produced the most fish this week. The airport and garland town flats have both produced nice flathead and whiting this week.

While in behind the Hole in the Wall, good numbers of bream, flathead and whiting have been encountered. Preddy’s wharf has seen a few trevally and bream caught also. Up around the hospital, bream trevally and flathead have all been reported.


It will be interesting to see how the rain we had earlier in the week will affect the river, fingers crossed it doesn’t dirty things up too much, as the fishing is starting to be consistent, particularly with an influx of visitors just around the corner.


Tuross River.

Tuross has been fishing quite well this week, with many flathead, whiting and bream being reported. Again the lower section continue to produce the better fish than further upstream. In around four ways also has seen some good bream and flathead captures this week. The mud crabs should pick up again after this weeks rain, so come in and get a few crab traps if you are after a feed of summer crabs.


Rock and Beach.

The salmon on the beaches are still providing a few anglers with a bit of fun this week. The Moruya breakwall is also holding a few nice fish, with trevally, bream Luderick and salmon all showing up. Trying to get a session that hasn't been blow out by the winds of late has been difficult. The beaches are also starting to see more and more bream and whiting in the gutters in close for those happy to scale their rigs back.


Offshore.

For those that have managed to get out, there are still good numbers of snapper and flathead to be caught off the local reefs. Try the magic 30-40m mark, then you can try out to 50-60m if no luck in closer.


Prawns have been the word on everyone’s lips this week, with lots of good sessions all up and down the coast. All of the local lakes from Tabourie up north, all the way down to Corunna down south, have been producing good catches for those willing to get out after dark. This weekend will realistically be the last weekend till the next dark to get amongst them. We have prawn lights, scoop and drag nets, and even turbo cookers to cook your catch. The turbo cookers are also great for cooking a feed of crabs. Fingers crossed the blue swimmers start to show themselves shortly.


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

Team Tackle World Moruya.


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