Fishing Report – October 23, 2020


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Hi everyone, there has been plenty of good catches throughout the school holidays that have just gone and over the last week. At the moment it’s been a pretty good Whiting season with lots of quality fish from Red beach to Skirmish Point and around Fifth Avenue Woorim. Most fish have been over 30cm and bloodworms have been the best bait by far. The Bream and Mangrove Jacks have been firing in and around the canals with live Herring and hardiheads bringing the best results as you can see by the quality Bream that Bruce caught this week. With the hardiheads moving in around Bald Point, so have the school Mackerel and huge Bream like the one Claude caught one late afternoon on a rising tide. There have been a few Mud Crabs and Blue Swimmers starting to show up and with the warmer weather approaching it will only improve. Quite a few good quality Grunter Bream are getting caught around the creek mouths and the best baits have been squid and prawns, also hard body lures are taking a few as shown by this 45cm one that Michelle caught at the mouth of Poverty Creek. That’s all till next time, stay safe, wet a line and relax.