Fishing Report – November 20, 2020


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Hi again everyone! The last couple of weeks has seen excellent fishing reports coming in. The Whiting season still in full swing with most people getting plenty home for a feed. Some really good specimens have been taken along the front of Bongaree on live blood worms and live yabbies. Early in the morning on an incoming tide in shallow water has seen best results. Also finally the Mackerel have turned up around the channel markers and Skirmish point off the beach. Before the sun gets up is the best time to target these with live baits, pilchards and small metal slugs. Look for the bait schools and there is sure to be Mackerel around. Whilst up in the passage around the creek mouths and Bribie bridge the Bream have been plentiful. Claude bagged out on these with strip baits of Yellowtail Pike and Mullet being choice baits. It’s been easy to get a good feed of Leather Jackets under the bridge and around any structure, peeled prawn on a small hook has been doing the damage. Nighttime has seen a few big eye Trevally chasing baitfish. Using poppers to target these is great fun but their eating quality is not the best. That’s all, for now, stay safe, wet a line and relax…