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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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Sunshine Coast – weekly fishing report

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Welcome to this week’s Sunshine Coast Fishing Report. We’ve enjoyed another week of great conditions, which made for a pleasant ending to the school holidays. Local fishos are happy to have their local spots back, and there’s been plenty of fish on the chew. The weather forecast for the weekend and into next week looks pretty grim, with wet and …

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Bundaberg – weekly fishing report

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Inshore/Offshore reef fishing The Inshore reefs are still producing some really good numbers of school, spanish and grey mackerel. These fish are being found all along the coast but in particularly around the mouth of the Burnett River and the 2 mile reef off Bargara. Trolling garfish or hardbody lures are a good way to get these fish to bite …

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Sunshine Coast – weekly fishing report

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Welcome to this week’s Sunshine Coast fishing report. We’ve finally enjoyed a run of good weather, with beautiful sunny days and minimal wind. The weather is looking pretty good for the coming weekend and into next week, so it’s an excellent time to wet a line! Dry conditions over the past week have given our estuaries a chance to clear, …

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Bundaberg – weekly fishing report

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Inshore reef fishing This week has seen some cooler mornings due to a south westerly change and this has brought the spanish mackerel in close and they have been on the chew! Finding the bait has been key, most of our inshore marks are holding great amounts of bait and with that has been plenty of school mackerel and some …

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Bundaberg – weekly fishing report

Inshore reef fishing This week we have finally had a break in the weather and this has meant plenty of boats have headed offshore in chase of some tasty reefies. We have seen great success coming from those who have been bottom fishing the northern and southern gutters with some cracking trout, sweetlip, venus tuskfish and even the odd snapper. …

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Sunshine Coast – weekly fishing report

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Welcome to this week’s Sunshine Coast Fishing Report. The weather gods have finally smiled upon the Sunshine Coast, delivering some awesome weather over the Easter long weekend. Perfect conditions offshore have allowed many boaties to venture out after an extended spell of unfavorable weather. These good offshore conditions are expected to continue until mid-next week. We are however, expecting the …

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Bundaberg – weekly fishing report

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Inshore reef fishing Although the weather has definitely not been ideal to head offshore we did see a few boats brave the rain and sneak out to our inshore reefs earlier in the week. The wind was down to about 10knots and at 0.8m of swell off Burnett Heads it was good enough for a few anglers to have a …

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Sunshine Coast – weekly fishing report

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Welcome to this week’s Sunshine Coast Fishing Report. Unfortunately, we’ve had another week of heavy rainfall and windy conditions. The freshwater, combined with super high tides, has made our estuaries virtually unfishable again. Offshore has been a no go, and freshwater options are flooded. This week’s report therefore will be another short one. Hopefully the sunshine we are seeing poke …

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