We will just have to wait and see what the winds will do this coming weekend. It is predicted to pick up Friday but ease over the weekend. This may restrict fishing to the close in shore reefs and our rivers and impoundments again.
The local river mouths are producing plenty of big school mackerel, trevally and queen fish, caught on poppers and metal slugs. The Burnett River has continued to fire and some monster bream have been caught on soft plastics and baits. Areas such as Kirby’s Wall and North Wall being two hot spots.
Lake Gregory’s bass have been a little tricky to catch as the dam is going through a transition phase and I am sure as it gets cooler the bass school up and the dam will be back to its best.
Lake Monduran is still producing some red hot barra fishing, I have heard of at least 15 barra caught last Saturday with some barra up to the magic meter landed. Most of the barra were caught on Jackall Squirrels but soft pulse vibes also accounted for quite a few barra. The action up at the dam should continue for the next few weeks before winter really kicks in.
Fish with confidence,
Tackle World Bundaberg