Cooling off but the bites heating up.


Estuary:Bream and Luderick numbers are on the rise . The fish are willing to take a bait and are hungry.Brteam have been the standout with fish falling for all manner of presentations.Bait, plastics and vibesare all doing the job on some quality fish. Luderick a little hard to find in numbers but the next week or two things should change.Flathead hve slowed down but still availble .Find a sunny shallow bank and slow down your retrieve. Live bait is also a great option.

Beach: Mulloway , Tailor and Bream all being caught on most beaches.Bait has been the stand out technique for a variety of species.Some big Tailor south with quality Bream. Mulloway at low light with some good fish being landed.

Rocks: Still pelagics on the rocks with Cobia , Kings and Marlin being landed over the last couple of weeks.Definetly slowing up with the water temperature dropping but still about.A couple of late Spanish landed north last week to 20kg.As the pelagics leave the Drummer and Luderickfish should take over.

Offshore:Snapper are on the move. Quality fish in shallow water. Under 20m is the go.Plastics are working well and it doesn't matter what style as long as they are big.If the current is to hard anchore up and feed som baits at different depths. Head north.Mix it up and you will be smiling.Mahi Mahi still on the FAD.Kings on the deeper ledges up 15kg with Trag in the deeper water.

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