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Your Up to date fishing report from the team at Tackle World Moruya

Moruya river.

The winds have played havoc with the fisher folks being able to get out for this week. For those that have got out, good numbers of flathead, bream and the odd whiting have managed to find a place in the bottom of the landing net. I personally had a rather substantial whiting follow my 120mm Bassday Suga pen surface lure last weekend in behind hole in the wall while I was trying to find somewhere out of the wind. Unfortunately the fish didn’t commit, and I had yet another donut session.

Down around the airport flats, reasonable numbers of flathead and the odd bream and whiting have been encountered. The holes in front of the hospital have been holding the odd Bream, Luderick and Flathead. The flats under the bridge continue to produce good numbers of Flathead as well. The tides are lining up for perfectly to chase a few fish off of the bridge itself later in the evenings this weekend.

Tuross river.

In around four ways, graham reports good numbers of Flathead, Bream and Whiting all on surface lures yesterday morning. While the land based guys are still getting into a few fish between the boat ramp and the boat sheds. The southern, Potato Point flats, continue to fish well as well. While those dropping crab pots are still finding Mud crabs in the deeper holes throughout the system.

Rock and Beach.

The beaches this week are continuing to hold good numbers of salmon, trying to get a window where the winds don’t play havoc, has been the hard part of that equation this week.


The Flathead and Snapper are continuing to provide fun and a feed for the guys getting out into the 30-40m mark of water depth. I haven’t heard of any Kingfish locally, but they can’t be far off. Nowra has them, Narooma has them....won’t be long.

With the upcoming dark next Tuesday, the prawns have started to run. All of the local lakes will hold prawns, but Brou Lake down south has been the standout this week. Durras Lake should also have good prawns as it also opened at the same time that Brou did. Coila is worth a go also.

We have a good range of Prawning equipment, from lights to drag nets, and scoop nets as well as buckets to hold your catch.

Come in and have a look.

The Christmas catalogue is still running, some stock is starting to get low, but where possible we have reorders in to top those levels back up.

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

Team Tackle World Moruya.

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