Bribie Island Fishing Report July 2015

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Fishing BRIBIE

This is Trevor reporting from the Tackle in at Bellara. Well, the weather is here and the fish are here! Large flathead has been caught both sides of the bridge, in the shallows and the swamp.

Winter whiting, were getting good backs of those. Good brim, we had a huge size of bream, we had one in the other day that weighed 2.2kg a huge fish, but everyone has been happy there seems to be fish right through the passage and particularly off the banks.

Crabs, a non-event at this point in time as some of you may realise, but scale fish by the plenty. Call into us at Bellara and we’ll tell you more about it. But as for the amateur fisherman, don’t hesitate to get out there as there’s plenty of bream, flat head and winter whiting available from the shores.

Keep an eye out though as Des Hayes went to get his tinnie to get back onto his boat and it was missing, stolen from the side of the VRM ramp. The guys at the VMR found it drifting and brought it back, they stole my ores, jerry can and used all the petrol.

So I got my boat and motor back looks like kids have gone for a joy ride. The VMR said there had been 4 or 5 boats drifting that morning that have come untied.

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Good luck from all at the tackle inn

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