Fishing Report – November 6, 2020


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Hi everyone! As usual plenty of reports coming in over the last couple of weeks of great catches. With the Whiting season in full swing Red Beach through to Skirmish Point has been firing well especially on live blood worms. A lot of the Whiting have been averaging over the 30cm mark which is good to hear. The school and spotty Mackerel are turning up around the channel markers with metal slugs and pilchards producing good-sized fish. Some really good Flathead are showing up along the passage from the jetty through to Buckley’s Hole, the best results have been on soft plastics especially Zman curly tails and the new Atomic prongs we have in store. Some really good Estuary Cod are getting caught at the Bongaree Jetty with Jonathan catching this fine specimen. Also, young Harold has been getting into the Painted Sweetlips Online Casinos Australia on the drift with plastics along the edge of the Passage. Not a lot of crabs have turned up yet, with the storms and some heat they should be appearing very soon. The usual spots for Bream have been going well, like the canals and the flats around sandstone point, catching them on yabbies and bloodworms. Also, several Mangrove Jacks are showing up through the upper reaches of Ningi Creek on live Herring. That’s all, for now, stay safe, wet a line and relax…