The prawns are a little patchy but with a bit of effort most guys are bringing home a good feed. The crabs have really fired up since the rain with some top quality crabs potted lately in the Kolan and Burnett Rivers. If weather permits chasing the mackerel, which seem to be in big numbers right along our coastline, could be another fantastic option. The inshore reefs such as the Artificial Reef, Ryan’s and the two mile have all produced some cracker school mackerel and the odd big Spanish
Casting and retrieving lures like the flasha lures have been working best on the school and grey mackerel. Just remember these lures work best retrieved at high speed. We haven’t had many reports from the reef fishermen due to the weather, here is hoping a run of good weather is just around the corner. Lake Monduran seems to have settled and a few barra have come out to play the game. In past years Monduran generally fishes its best as the water just starts to cool down around March/April, so let’s hope we don’t get too much more rain and we can get this fantastic dam back to its former glory.
Fish with confidence,
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