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Local Fishing Report: Friday 2017-11-10

Offshore

Be prepared to stay in sheltered waters for the next couple of days or more as winds and conditions will be rough for today with southeasterly 20 to 25 knots and seas 1.5 to 2 metres. Tomorrow wind conditions will ease back slightly with winds southeasterly 15 to 20 knots with seas still up there at 1.5 to 2 metres.  When conditions improve maybe next week the way things are going with the blocking weather pattern you will need to be ready to go and try local reefs like, North Reef for snapper, Coral trout,  moses perch, tusk fish, sea bream, trag jew and quality pearl perch. Double Island Point has had had good Cobia,  pearl perch, Maori cod, tusk fish, moses perch, goldband snapper, squire, gold spot cod and mulloway.  Sunshine Reef there’s  pearl perch, red emperor, tusk fish and small snapper. Also amberjacks, sweetlip parrot and snapper from Murphy’s Reef. Moses Perch, Tusk fish, snapper to 60cm and a 4kg spangled emperor’ pearl perch, mulloway and big  teraglin jewfish  taken from the middle of the Barwon Banks. Big red emperor, cod, coral trout, pearl perch, hussar and tusk fish 20nm east of wide bay bar.

Estuaries and Beaches

Noosa: Try in the shelter of headlands for tailor, jew, bream, trevally including an 11kg cobia caught off the national parks rocks. A few good quality flathead caught and released up to 80cm, around the lower river. good quality flathead, whiting and trevally the river mouth and in Woods bay and from the frying pan. Mangrove Jack are feeding throughout the system, so target all the snaggy and structured sites for best results. Mud crabs throughout the river and canal systems.

Maroochydore: Whiting feeding throughout the lower river particularly on the incoming tide. Flathead, grunter, golden trevally and bream in the Cod Hole. Few good quality mangrove jack showing up in the upper river. Golden trevally from Twin waters. Whiting around and the Jet Ski Run. Mud crabs are moving in the middle and lower river, creeks and canals.

Mooloolaba: Golden trevally, cod and bream off the rock walls and La Balsa stretch. Still a few good grunter bream and golden trevally in the lower river. Whiting from the flats above McKenzies bridge and in Mountain Creek. Whiting and flathead from the sand basin. Mud crabs in the lower river and canals.

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Finn Horton Stephens Aussie Bass

Young gun, Finn Horton Stephens at the Aussie Bass. Kayak adventure Saturday. Noosa lakes. Well Done!

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