Fishing Report – August 28, 2020


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Over the last couple of weeks, there have been strong westerly winds. Despite the winds, people have still been able to catch some decent fish. Reports of good-sized Whiting have been caught up Pumicestone Passage and Woorim. As per the photo, Elli caught a 50cm Whiting. Great job Elli! Winter Whiting is still plentiful on the Cockle banks. There is still plenty of Squid in the passage caught on jigs. Snapper season has reopened and there have been some good ones caught at the ripples (the mouth of the Pacific Harbour), off cape Moreton and White Patch. Parrotfish have been caught in front of the VMV with prawns. There is still plenty of Bream throughout the of Bream throughout the passage and Avon wrecks. Travis caught these beaut Bream on Bloodworms from Bribie Bait Tackle & Bikes. Bloodworms are available from the shop 98% of the time. Flathead has been caught in good numbers on soft plastics on the sand flats in front of Sandstone Point. We recommend using Zman Slim Swimz. The Almanac tells us that the best times for fishing at the end of August are Sunday 30th & Monday 31st. On a sad note, Phil has had a few health issues of late & the doctors have advised him it’s time to hang up his work boots. You will still see Phil from time to time as he pops into the shop & is still doing some rod repairs for us. Keep Safe & Tight Lines