Davo’s Tackleworld – Noosa

Great weather brings great fishing

As the winds dropped the boat ramps were pretty much full mid week and quite rightly so. The Noosa bar has been a bit easier to cross and there have been some great weather windows for all. Out wide North reef has been holding medium sized jewfish over the meter mark. These fish will take a wide range of lures …

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Excellent weather for an offshore trip

Offshore has been a mixed bag of success this week as the winds persist and the swell has been up on the Noosa Bar. The estuaries have also seen a change following the previous weeks rain and even the freshwater is warming up. Starting offshore there was a weather window for bigger boats on Thursday which saw boat ramps chokka …

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Storms bring the fish

What a week we have had on the coast. With the first heavy rainfalls of the season the land and rivers have had a much needed flush out. As the rivers turn to a dark brown this push of freshwater should see the bait which was scattered far and wide now become more concentrated in the lower estuary. Offshore the …

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Bring on the rains!

This week we have seen a change of season coming. For the first time in a long time the seasonal rains are fast approaching. This makes now a great time to start fishing as fish tend to feed hard before and after the rains arrival. With the rain we usually see the rivers along the coast have a much needed …

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Big bite times in Noosa

This week saw some hot action for many anglers as we pushed toward a Friday new moon. With offshore continuing to blow the focus has been on mangrove jacks and flathead in the estuary. The BIG flatties have been around although a little quieter. Mangrove jacks are becoming more popular and this week we have seen some cracking fish landed …

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Offshore options in October

A few charters did well to punch through the swell on the bar and head out to wider marks to score a good mixed bag. Double Island is always a favourite when the sea’s allow and the catch consisted of snapper, cobia, mahi mahi, tuskies, sweetlip, AJ’s and jewfish. As mentioned in previous reports you can access DI by launching …

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Post new moon bite increases

With the winds becoming variable from a few knots to 20+ the offshore scene has been quieter this week. Some smaller boats managed to head out and make the most of conditions and came home with smaller snapper, sweetlip and a coral trout or two from Sunshine Reef. The charter trips ran to DI and managed bigger snapper, cobia, sweetlip, …

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Sun’s out, rods out!

This week we definitely saw a change in the season with the first downpours hitting the sunny coast. Offshore before the winds things were certainly showing good signs of fishing with some solid cobia and yellowtail king coming off various wrecks in the region. We also have had some great entries into our September snapper comp so please keep up …

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Snapper and pearlies rage on

Spring has landed with thump and the sun has let us all know it’s going to be a hot one ahead. With temperatures on the rise it won’t be long until we are all chasing pelagic monsters and hooking the big one! Offshore had a great week post full moon with some cracking fish landed for our snapper comp. For …

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Sensational start to spring

Cool mornings, light winds and perfect daytime temps is why we live on the coast! With the winds tending to be light and variable the offshore crew certainly made the most of conditions and landed some great fish. This month sees the start of the Davos snapper comp. It runs for the entire month of September, is free to enter …

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