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Sunshine Coast – weekly fishing report

Welcome to this week’s Sunshine Coast Fishing Report. It’s been a quiet week for fishing, with weather conditions limiting offshore opportunities. However, rivers have been productive for those with patience. This weekend looks promising, with light winds forecast for both inshore and offshore. Expect big tides due to tonight’s full moon, along with cooler days and some rain. Offshore Offshore …

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Bundaberg – weekly fishing report

Inshore Fishing Our inshore reefs are on fire again this week, from pelagic fish to trout, cod, grunter and some snapper they are producing some awesome fishing. For those chasing mackerel finding the bait has been key, trolling some hard-body lures or whole garfish has worked well to find the schoolies, greys and some of the big spanish that have …

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Unlocking paths for fish with fishways

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When we’re out fishing, most of the fish we catch – and many we don’t – need to migrate at some point in their lifecycle, due to resource limitation or to breed. fishways Around Australia, there are thousands of physical barriers to fish movement and passage, limiting the ability of fish to migrate, reducing the total amount of habitat available …

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Sunshine Coast – weekly fishing report

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Welcome to this week’s Sunshine Coast Fishing Report. There’s been some great catches reported over the past week, with good conditions and some lovely sunny days. Once again this is set to change, with more rain forecast over the weekend. Offshore conditions look awful well into next week, so we’d recommend finding a sheltered onshore spot if you’re hoping to …

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Bundaberg – weekly fishing report

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Inshore Fishing Although the weather has definitely not been ideal we did have a nice weather window on the weekend and those who managed to head out did get into some solid fish. Heaps of school mackerel are still around in places like the 2 Mile, Elliott Heads Artificial, 4 Mile and any other patches of ground that is holding bait. …

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Sunshine Coast – weekly fishing report

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Welcome to this week’s Sunshine Coast Fishing Report. The past week has seen some good fishing days, with the odd shower about. Unfortunately, it looks like showers will set in from today until early next week, so it’s going to be another wet weekend on the water. There’s been some local media coverage and concern in local Facebook fishing groups …

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Bundaberg – weekly fishing report

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Inshore Fishing The inshore reefs have been producing some very nice fish! The spanish mackerel, school mackerel, mac tuna, snapper and grunter have definitely been the standout fish on the chew. The mackerel have been smashing slowly trolled gar rigged on a set of gang hooks and live baits set under a float while anchored. The snapper and grunter have …

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Lake Monduran Barra Classic 2024

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Monduran Anglers Stocking Association – also known as MASA – held the 2024 Hummingbird Barra Classic at Lake Monduran on March 22-24. This year, the weather gods did not listen to our wishes of ideal fishing conditions for the classic. Twelve months previous, you set a date and hope the weather will be as good as the moon phase you …

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Sunshine Coast – weekly fishing report

Welcome to this week’s Sunshine Coast Fishing Report. Well it’s raining again! After a few picture perfect weeks, the gloomy weather has returned, with showers predicted for the long weekend. Windy conditions will make offshore fishing tricky, so we’d recommend sticking to local rivers and estuaries – just make sure you pack the wet weather gear! More rain means prime …

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Bundaberg – weekly fishing report

Inshore Fishing The inshore fishing right in close to our coastline has been incredible during the small weather windows we have had! The mouth of the Burnett right out along the leads and south along the coast towards Bargara has been absolutely riddled with baitfish. These massive schools of bait have brought with them plenty of mac tuna, all types …

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