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Crab poacher fined and boat seized

Tuggerah crab poacher convicted, pays $12,000 and loses boat and motor An illegal fisher has been convicted in Wyong court yesterday receiving over $8,000 in fines and ordered to pay over $4000 in professional costs. NSW Fisheries Officers from the Central Coast conducted targeted surveillance of Tuggerah Lakes as a result of several reports of recreational and commercial crab traps …

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Fantastic February fishing

Fantastic February fishing

It is February already! I hope that this isn’t a sign of how fast this year is going to go by. I want to jump back to December 2021 and share with you a story and act of kindness from one of our customers. Fantastic February fishing Robert, a regular customer whom we know very well, had a fairly crappy …

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Sunshine Coast Noosa – weekly report

Sunshine Coast Noosa

Well… as the title suggests Australia Day started off perfectly, but it soon turned to squalls and a lot more rain than predicted. Those who made it offshore were rewarded with a mixed bag of species from mackerel to cobia and some standout reef fish came off the bottom. North Reef has been fishing well following the extended break and …

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Gold Coast Coomera – weekly report

Gold Coast Coomera fishing

Hi everyone, hope you have all had a great week. Unfortunately, the run of good weather mid-week won’t hang around for the weekend, with a strong southeasterly wind and rain kicking in on Friday and hanging around for the weekend and early next week, limiting most fishing activities to sheltered rivers and estuarys. So far this summer, these would have …

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Bundaberg – weekly report

Bundaberg

BUNDABERG INSHORE REEFS The inshore reefs have been producing some very good-sized queenfish. Targeting them with poppers on the surface, is great fun and is super effective. Halco Roosta Poppers are my go-to for them. There’ve been plenty of school mackerel being caught too. Fast retrieving Flasha Spoons vertically off the bottom and floating out pilchard is the way to …

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Unlocking Moreton Bay

Unlocking Moreton Bay

At times Moreton Bay can be one of the hardest places to fish due to its size, but once you learn some of its secrets it can be rewarding to those who put in the effort. Unlocking Moreton Bay  It is constantly under pressure due to the numbers fishing it. Unlocking Moreton Bay  Northeasterly and southeasterly wind constantly batter the …

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Prime time for muddies and mangrove jack

Prime muddies mangrove jack

February is a great month to chase a feed of prawns and crabs. It is usually one of the hottest months of the year. Prime muddies mangrove jack The constant rain we’ve been having all summer has kept the temperature low and the rivers and creeks discoloured. Prime muddies mangrove jack This has forced fish and crabs to feed closer to …

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Holiday exploring in Moreton Bay

Holiday Moreton Bay

What am I going to do today? Where can I take the kids that is not going to blow the Christmas budget? Well, if you commit between 30-60 minutes of your day, there are so many places you can reach, spend the day and be home before dark! From the Gold Coast to the Sunshine Coast, our region will spoil …

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Decent hauls from dirty water

hauls dirty water

Welcome to 2022. Hopefully it’s a year filled with lots of fish and crabs. The rivers and creeks certainly copped a good flush out last month. Regular rains do amazing things to a waterway, pushing all the fish and bait out towards the mouth of the system. This can make finding the fish a lot easier as they have less …

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Mud crabs on the move

Mud crabs

The La Niña forecast for a wet summer throughout southeast Queensland has one big upside for anglers and that is mud crabs will be on the move. The crabs had already started to fire up after a lean early season, thanks to a lot of rain in late November and early December. Big tide and rain create a lot of …

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