Whiting

Mangrove Jacks, Flathead, Whiting & More around Kawana

The Beach fishing has been improving after the SE breeze over the last 2 weeks. The gutters are deeper, wider and are holding more whiting, flathead and the dart are moving in to keep many entertained. For all of your up to date daily fishing report just like Kawana Bait and Tackle on our Facebook page and we update morning and afternoon every day. www.kawanabaitandtackle.com.au Tight Lines Dean Lovelock PH: (07) 5444 5551

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What’s Biting Around Coomera

Mud Crabs are still a bit hit and miss but the good news is we are seeing numbers of Sand Crabs being caught. Place your pots on the edges of most of the main channels in the Broadwater and Jumpinpin and I’m sure you will find a feed. At the time of writing my report the forecast looks great with …

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Whiting aplenty in Noosa River!

A little closer to home Sunshine Reef has also seen a good mix of reefies including snapper, sweetlip and coral trout. Good quality whiting have again been taken from the Gympie terrace stretch of the river, off Munna Point near the caravan park, the Frying Pan and the Dog Beach. Live worms and yabbies have been the bait of choice. …

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The Right Gear for Whiting

Float lining for snapper is an easy and very effective way to consistently catch fish, and when you’re trying to fish a new area or target a new species, keeping it simple is best. A 6-8kg rod, 5000-size reel loaded with 20lb braid and a 30lb leader make up the gear needed, along with a gang of three 4/0 to …

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Try for Flathead, Whiting, Bream & Travally at Tin Can Bay

What a mix of different weather this past week from absolute glorious conditions earlier in the week including some stinking hot days to strong winds that would blow a dog off it’s chain and now rain at Tin Can Bay!  Looking at the forecast for the weekend this wind is set to decrease over the next few days although will …

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Estuary Fishing Fantastic around Bundaberg

We’ve heard of quite a few nice barramundi caught in both systems last weekend on soft plastics and suspending hard body lures.  There was also reports of heaps of estuary cod and flathead, which were a welcome bycatch. The Win Television Monduran Family Fishing Classic will be held on 17th and 18th of October this year.  This is always a …

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Good Run of Fishing on Tweed Coast Continues

they have been avoidable and the more preferred reef species have hung about. It is simply a matter of identifying a school of leatherjacket on your sounder and moving somewhere else. As I sit here and write, they seem to be leaving anyway, so that’s good news all round. Solid squire and jewfish are being caught on Windarra Banks. Teraglin …

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Watch your winter whiting limit

“If we are to continue to enjoy fishing, everyone must share the resources and abide by the laws.” Mr Bowness said recreational fishers often confuse trumpeter whiting (winter whiting) with sand whiting (summer whiting). “Trumpeter whiting have a silvery grey back with a paler belly featuring a silver horizontal band,” he said. “Sand whiting are uniformly silver (no blotches) with …

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