Davo’s Tackleworld – Noosa

Mixed bags into March

Changes appear to be the norm this week. We had light winds last week and blustery stormy conditions from Monday onward. Only a few trips ran from the charters and they fished the local Halls Reef section. This area provides some comfort from SE swells and winds and holds a mixed bag of species. Snapper frequent this spot as do …

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Insane spanish mackerel action!

Well what a start to the week ahead! Australia day really turned it on with clear skies and light winds that all could enjoy. From Noosa the bar crossing has been easier with early morning high tides and light winds. Unfortunately the beautiful conditions didn’t last and with 20 knot winds hitting the coast the only option was to stay …

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Waterways clearing up

With a few breaks in the rain the rivers are starting to clear up and the dirty water line will start to fade offshore. This means the fishing should start to fire up into the weekend and next week now that we have seen the new moon. With the promise of bad weather now gone and some low wind days …

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Noosa River provides once again!

What a mixed bag of weather we have seen this week. As predicted last week the spotties have started to show up along with the Spanish. Although not in large numbers they are definitely up on the last week. With this rain and the new moon the Noosa River will be flushing bait into the bay which means the reefies …

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A fresh year with fresh options

Welcome to 2021 and we hope you all enjoyed a safe festive season. We have certainly seen some mixed up weather with significant rainfall falling across the state with more to come. This has been great for the rivers as they are starting to push out all the weed and silt that has been building up. It has seen the …

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Rain gets bait moving!

Finally we have seen some of the wettest and roughest conditions in what feels like years to hit the coast. This has been on the wish list of many anglers for years as the river has long been filling with sand. After the rains we should start to see some great fishing next week as the fish adjust to the …

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All systems go for pelagic season

Well things are definitely starting to heat up on the land and offshore. The start of the pelagic season is becoming more apparent with mackerel and tuna starting to appear. We are also seeing wahoo and Mahi making for a positive outlook ahead. Offshore Spanish are on most people’s radar and even though they aren’t here in bulk numbers they …

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Pelagics, reefies and estuary dwellers chewing

Good numbers of whiting are moving along the beaches with some good schools being spotted at Sunrise and Sunshine Beach and caught on cured or live worms. Tailor have been caught on sunset and after dark at the third cutting and up at Double Island point on the Northshore beach along with the start of our annual dart run. Small …

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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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