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Fishing Feature: Early Summer Weather 2014-11-13

As Spring draws to a close with Summer is only a fortnight away, it is always worthwhile review the weather conditions to prepare for the best time of year for fishing on the coast. The past two months the Sunshine Coast has certainly earned it's name with more than it's average of seven hours sunshine a day. Only a smattering of wet days has kept waters crystal clear and and provided enticing invitations for baitfish and schools of prawns to enter the river systems.

Whiting in this weather are to be the pick of the fish to target. They are in good numbers and biting well along most stretches of the beach and into the rivers too.

Where to go: Whiting tend to forage for crustaceans and worms in water from a few centimetres in depth to the edge of a deep drop-off. Sunshine Coast waters are plentiful in structures and natural formations which appeal to the hungry sand whiting. Sand whiting feed in areas where the tide current helps them burrow for food and likely spots are working sand ripples, tailing sand banks, shallow and deep weed beds, over yabby beds, over sand flats where soldier crabs are found and even up under the mangrove roots. Any shallow beach gutter with an incoming tide can also fish well for whiting especially in times when the swell is quite calm and the water is crystal clear. Don't expect too much action from a whiting in dirty, weedy water or if the wind is up.

Bait to use: Favourite foods for a hungry whiting include yabbies, crabs, solder crabs, mussels, worms and prawns. Fresh or live is always best, however whiting can be likened to bream in the way they will snack on anything dead or alive. A variety of small hard-body poppers, minnows and prawn-shaped resin lures have been successful substitutes to bait. Soft plastics are also very much tailored towards whiting fishing these days with the likes of Berkley PowerBaits in bloodworm and sandworm varieties plus 2-inch Berkley Gulps in natural brown colours or fairly clear grubs varieties as well.

Use the tide current or a slow wind to keep the bait or lure moving so there is less chance of being taken by a sneaky bream. Fish any of the sand/mud banks (especially those that have many yabby holes) at the lower end of the river at the start of the making tide and work your way up stream as the tide floods in. Start on the edge of the sand banks and work your up onto the top of the bank with the tide. Work your way up to the top of lower or mid way up the middle reaches and once the tide turns work your back down towards the mouth on the ebb tide. If you can fish when the tides running strong at dawn, dusk or overnight your chances of catching big whiting increase greatly.
If fishing from a boat, anchor in shallow water and move often to follow the rising tide over the shallows. Cast the bait up current and allow the current to sweep it back past the boat and out to the full length of line which was originally cast. Drifting is another option providing there is not too much wind. By its nature drifting keeps the bait moving and gives good area coverage if looking for the fish. When drifting, always note where the fish are caught as the school may be feeding within a limited range and the drift can be shortened to concentrate on the most productive location.

So get out on the next making or falling tide and take a nice cold beer, wide-brim hat, zinc and of course your whippy whiting rod and welcome the whiting to take a bite!

Local Fishing Report: Wednesday 2014-11-12

Offshore

Winds will be northerly about 10 knots tending northeasterly 15 to 20 knots in the middle of the day. Seas will be below 1 metre, increasing to 1 to 1.5 metres during the afternoon. There’s been  mahi mahi, school mackerel, yellowtail king fish, wahoo and amberjack from Caloundra 12 mile. Gold band snapper, big tusk fish, an 11kg amberjack, wahoo, cod, yellowtail king fish, mahi mahi and pearl perch from the Barwon Banks. Quality cobia from Luguna Bay.Yellowtail king and school mackerel on Currimundi Reef. Grass sweetlip and small snapper on the gneerings.  School mackerel at Caloundra 12 Mile.

Estuaries

Noosa: Flathead, bream, good whiting and trevally near the river mouth and in the Sound. Whiting in the frying pan and opposite munna Point. Tailor, cod and trevally in Woods Bay on sun set. Jack and trevally in Weyba Creek. A few jacks and school jew in between the lakes.

Maroochydore: There's been Flathead, bream and jacks from Dunethin Rock and Petrie Creek. Queenfish, trevally and bream from Cotton Tree. Big jack and the odd big trevally in and around the Cod Hole. Whiting in the lower river. Flathead and trevally from Bli Bli Islands. Mud crabs in the upper reaches.

Kawana: Dart and whiting at first light along the Kawana-Wurtulla stretch of beach in the gutters. Bream and whiting in the lower reaches of the Mooloolah River. Flathead and mangrove jack in Kawana Canals and in Mountain Creek. Golden trevally around Minyama island. Giant trevally and School jew around McKenzies Bridge. Plenty of bream from the moorings.

Caloundra: Flathead, whiting and bream in Currimundi Lake. Whiting inside the bar, on the NE tip of Bribie Island and along Golden Beach. Flathead and bream off the boardwalk. Mangrove jack and trevally in Pelican Waters and in Coochin Creek. A few sand crabs throughout Pumicestone Passage.

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Luke McCombe with a solid snapper taken on a floated slimy mackerel from Murphy's Reef.

Local Fishing Report: Tuesday 2014-11-11

Offshore

Winds will be north to northeasterly 10 knots. Seas below 1 metre. There’s been  mahi mahi, school mackerel, yellowtail king fish, wahoo and amberjack from Caloundra 12 mile. Gold band snapper, big tusk fish, an 11kg amberjack, wahoo, cod, yellowtail king fish, mahi mahi and pearl perch from the Barwon Banks. Quality cobia from Luguna Bay.Yellowtail king and school mackerel on Currimundi Reef. Grass sweetlip and small snapper on the gneerings.  School mackerel at Caloundra 12 Mile.

Estuaries

Noosa: Flathead, bream, good whiting and trevally near the river mouth and in the Sound. Whiting in the frying pan and opposite munna Point. Tailor, cod and trevally in Woods Bay on sun set. Jack and trevally in Weyba Creek. A few jacks and school jew in between the lakes.

Maroochydore: There's been Flathead, bream and jacks from Dunethin Rock and Petrie Creek. The odd queenfish, flathead and bream from around the Twin Waters area. Big jack and the odd big trevally in and around the Cod Hole. Whiting in the lower river. Flathead and trevally from Bli Bli Islands. Mud crabs in the upper reaches.

Kawana: Dart and whiting at first light along the Kawana-Wurtulla stretch of beach in the gutters. Bream and whiting in the lower reaches of the Mooloolah River. Flathead and mangrove jack in Kawana Canals and in Mountain Creek. Golden trevally around Minyama island. Giant trevally and School jew around McKenzies Bridge. Plenty of bream from the moorings.

Caloundra: Flathead, whiting and bream in Currimundi Lake. Whiting inside the bar, on the NE tip of Bribie Island and along Golden Beach. Flathead and bream off the boardwalk. Mangrove jack and trevally in Pelican Waters and in Coochin Creek. A few sand crabs throughout Pumicestone Passage.

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Wally from the Maroochy RSL fishing club caught this 1.75kg trevally in the cod hole on Monday.

Local Fishing Report: Monday 2014-11-10

Offshore

Winds will be north to northeasterly 10 to 15 knots. Seas below 1 metre. There’s been  mahi mahi, school mackerel, yellowtail king fish, wahoo and amberjack from Caloundra 12 mile. Gold band snapper, big tusk fish, an 11kg amberjack, wahoo, cod, yellowtail king fish, mahi mahi and pearl perch from the Barwon Banks. Quality cobia from Luguna Bay.Yellowtail king and school mackerel on Currimundi Reef. Grass sweetlip and small snapper on the gneerings.  School mackerel at Caloundra 12 Mile.

Estuaries

Noosa: Flathead, bream, good whiting and trevally near the river mouth and in the Sound. Whiting in the frying pan and opposite munna Point. Tailor, cod and trevally in Woods Bay on sun set. Jack and trevally in Weyba Creek. A few jacks and school jew in between the lakes.

Maroochydore: There's been Flathead, bream and jacks from Dunethin Rock and Petrie Creek. The odd queenfish, flathead and bream from around the Twin Waters area. Big jack and the odd big trevally in and around the Cod Hole. Whiting in the lower river. Flathead and trevally from Bli Bli Islands. Mud crabs in the upper reaches.

Kawana: Dart and whiting at first light along the Kawana-Wurtulla stretch of beach in the gutters. Bream and whiting in the lower reaches of the Mooloolah River. Flathead and mangrove jack in Kawana Canals and in Mountain Creek. Golden trevally around Minyama island. Giant trevally and School jew around McKenzies Bridge. Plenty of bream from the moorings.

Caloundra: Flathead, whiting and bream in Currimundi Lake. Whiting inside the bar, on the NE tip of Bribie Island and along Golden Beach. Flathead and bream off the boardwalk. Mangrove jack and trevally in Pelican Waters and in Coochin Creek. A few sand crabs throughout Pumicestone Passage.

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Dylan Byron loves fishing the canals with soft plastics.

Local Fishing Report: Sunday 2014-11-09

Offshore

Winds will be northeasterly about 10 knots increasing to 10 to 15 knots in the middle of the day. Seas below 1 metre, increasing to 1 to 1.5 metres inshore around midday. There’s been mahi mahi, school mackerel, yellowtail king fish, wahoo and amberjack from Caloundra 12 mile. Gold band snapper, big tusk fish, an 11kg amberjack, wahoo, cod, yellowtail king fish, mahi mahi and pearl perch from the Barwon Banks. Quality cobia from Luguna Bay.Yellowtail king and school mackerel on Currimundi Reef. Grass sweetlip and small snapper on the gneerings. School mackerel at Caloundra 12 Mile.

Estuaries

Noosa: Flathead, bream, good whiting and trevally near the river mouth and in the Sound. Whiting in the frying pan and opposite munna Point. Tailor, cod and trevally in Woods Bay on sun set. Jack and trevally in Weyba Creek. A few jacks and school jew in between the lakes

Maroochydore: There’s been Flathead, bream and jacks from Dunethin Rock and Petrie Creek. The odd queenfish, flathead and bream from around the Twin Waters area. Big jack and the odd big trevally in and around the Cod Hole. Whiting in the lower river. Flathead and trevally from Bli Bli Islands. Mud crabs in the upper reaches.

Kawana: Dart and whiting at first light along the Kawana-Wurtulla stretch of beach in the gutters. Bream and whiting in the lower reaches of the Mooloolah River. Flathead and mangrove jack in Kawana Canals and in Mountain Creek. Golden trevally around Minyama island. Giant trevally and School jew around McKenzies Bridge. Plenty of bream from the moorings.

Caloundra: Flathead, whiting and bream in Currimundi Lake. Whiting inside the bar, on the NE tip of Bribie Island and along Golden Beach. Flathead and bream off the boardwalk. Mangrove jack and trevally in Pelican Waters and in Coochin Creek. A few sand crabs throughout Pumicestone Passage.

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Andy Mangrove Jack

The Mangrove Jack like Andy’s are beginning to show up and feed in local rivers .

Local Fishing Report: Saturday 2014-11-08

Offshore

Winds will be southeasterly 10 to 15 knots becoming easterly about 10 knots in the evening. Swell is easterly with both around 1 metre.  Mahi mahi, school mackerel, yellowtail king fish, wahoo and amberjack from Caloundra 12 mile. Yellowtail king fish, mahi mahi and pearl perch from the Barwon Banks. Rat yellowtail king and school mackerel on Currimundi Reef. Grass sweetlip and small snapper on the gneerings.

Estuaries

Noosa: Flathead and trevally on the current line at dawn and dusk near the river mouth and in the Sound. Whiting in the frying pan and opposite munna Point. Tailor and trevally in Woods Bay on sun set. Jacks and trevally in Weyba Creek. A few jacks and school jew in between the lakes.

Maroochydore: There's been Flathead, bream and jacks from Dunethin Rock. The odd queenfish, flathead and bream from around the Twin Waters area. Big jakcs n the Cod Hole. Whiting in the lower river. Flathead and trevally from Bli Bli Islands. Mud crabs in the upper reaches.

Kawana: Dart and whiting at first light along the Kawana-Wurtulla stretch of beach in the gutters. Flathead and mangrove jack in Kawana Canals and in Mountain Creek. Golden trevally around Minyama island. Giant trevally and School jew around McKenzies Bridge. Plenty of bream from the moorings.

Caloundra: Flathead, whiting and bream in Currimundi Lake. Whiting on the NE tip of Bribie Island and along Golden Beach. Flathead and bream off the boardwalk. Mangrove jack and trevally in Pelican Waters. Jacks in Coochin Creeks.

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Jack Emily Greenhorn Trevally Flathead Bream

Jack and Emily Greenhorn, caught trevally, flathead and bream in the middle Maroochy River on Friday.

Local Fishing Report: Friday 2014-11-07

Offshore

Looking good today, but with a bit of easterly chop, winds to be east to southeasterly about 10 knots. Swell and seas easterly around 1 metre.  Mahi mahi, yellowtail king fish, wahoo and amberjack from Caloundra 12 mile.  Yellowtail king fish, mahi mahi and pearl perch from the Barwon Banks. Rat yellowtail king and school mackerel on Currimundi Reef. Grass sweetlip and small snapper on the gneerings.

Estuaries

Noosa: Yesterdays Full Moon phase will have fish feeding. Flathead and trevally on the current line at dawn and dusk near the river mouth and in the Sound. Whiting in the frying pan and opposite munna Point. Tailor and trevally in Woods Bay on sun set. Jacks and trevally in Weyba Creek. A few jacks and school jew in between the lakes.

Maroochydore: The water is exceptionally clear and clean at present, so fish light, cast out wide and fish dawn, dusk and at night for best results. Yesterday there were big schools of herring bait fish around Chambers Island. There's been Flathead, bream and jacks from Dunethin Rock. The odd queenfish, flathead and bream from around the Twin Waters area. Estuary cod, bream, flathead and trevally in the Cod Hole. Whiting in the lower river. Flathead and trevally from Bli Bli Islands. Mud crabs in the upper reaches.

Kawana: Dart and whiting at first light along the Kawana-Wurtulla stretch of beach in the gutters. Whiting, jack and grunter bream in Currimundi Lake. Flathead and mangrove jack in Kawana Canals and in Mountain Creek. Golden trevally around Minyama island. Giant trevally and School jew around McKenzies Bridge. Plenty of bream from the moorings.

Caloundra: Flathead, whiting and trevally near the entrance to Currimundi Lake. Whiting on the NE tip of Bribie Island and along Golden Beach. Flathead opposite the power boat club and the mouth of Bells Creek. Mangrove jack and trevally in Pelican Waters. Jacks and flathead in Bells and Coochin Creeks.

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lots of flathead in the 50-60cm range

Trent Sammon from Top Catch Charters having a bit of 'rest and recreation' for a few flathead in the Mooloola River.

Local Fishing Report: Thursday 2014-11-06

Offshore

Winds are northerly 10 to 15 knots, reaching up to 20 knots inshore early in the morning. Winds turning east to northeasterly about 10 knots in the early afternoon.   Swell and seas around both around the 1m mark.  Mahi mahi, yellowtail king fish, wahoo and amberjack from Caloundra 12 mile.  Yellowtail king fish, mahi mahi and pearl perch from the Barwon Banks. Rat yellowtail king and school mackerel on Currimundi Reef. Grass sweetlip and small snapper on the gneerings.

Estuaries

Noosa: Flathead and trevally on the current line at dawn and dusk near the river mouth. Whiting in the frying pan and opposite munna Point. Tailor and trevally in Woods Bay on sun set. Jacks and trevally in Weyba Creek. A few jacks and school jew in between the lakes.

Maroochydore: Flathead, bream and jacks from Dunethin Rock. Queenfish and bream from around the Twin Waters area. Estuary cod, bream, flathead and trevally in the Cod Hole. Whiting in the lower river. Flathead and trevally from Bli Bli Islands. Mud crabs in the upper reaches.

Kawana: Dart and whiting at first light along the kawana-wurtulla stretch of beach in the gutters. Whiting, jack and grunter bream in Currimundi Lake. Flathead and mangrove jack in Kawana Canals and in Mountain Creek. Golden trevally around minyama island. Giant trevally and School jew around McKenzies Bridge. Plenty of bream from the moorings.

Caloundra: Flathead, whiting and trevally near the entrance to Currimundi Lake. Whiting on the NE tip of Bribie Island and along Golden Beach. Flathead opposite the power boat club and the mouth of Bells Creek. Mangrove jack and trevally in Pelican Waters. Jacks and flathead in Bells and Coochin Creeks.

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Julien Fish Flathead Middle Maroochy

Julien Fish caught a feed of flathead and whiting in the middle Maroochy River.

Local Fishing Report: Wednesday 2014-11-05

Offshore

Winds are northeasterly 10 to 15 knots increasing to 20 knots before turning northerly 10 to 15 knots in the late evening. Swell is decreasing to1m by midday and seas around increasing to 1-1.5m in the afternoon.  Mahi mahi, yellowtail king fish, wahoo and amberjack from Caloundra 12 mile.  Yellowtail king fish, mahi mahi and pearl perch from the Barwon Banks. Rat yellowtail king and school mackerel on Currimundi Reef. Grass sweetlip and small snapper on the gneerings.

Estuaries

Noosa: Flathead, trevally and whiting at the Noosa River mouth. Flathead, whiting, tailor and trevally in Woods Bay. Jacks and trevally in Weyba Creek. A few jacks in between the lakes and at the entrance to the Marina and between Lakes Cooroibah and Cootharaba.

Maroochydore: Flathead, bream and jacks from Dunethin Rock. Queenfish and bream from around the Twin Waters area. Chopper tailor, flathead, tarpon, trevally and estuary cod in the Cod Hole. School jew from Bli Bli bridge. Whiting in the lower river. Mud crabs in the upper reaches.

Kawana: Dart along the beaches, trevally in the lower reaches of the Mooloolah River. Whiting, jack and grunter bream in Currimundi Lake. Flathead and mangrove jack in Kawana Canals and in Mountain Creek. Jacks in lake Kawana. Trevally around McKenzies Bridge. Plenty of bream from the moorings..

Caloundra: Squid off the rocks at Moffat, Kings and Shelly Beaches, flathead, whiting and trevally near the entrance to Currimundi Lake. Whiting on the NE tip of Bribie Island and off Golden Beach. Also a few flathead opposite the power boat club and the mouth of Bells Creek. Mangrove jack in Pelican Waters, Bells and Coochin Creeks.

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Jake Shayer 85cm flathead Mooloolah Moorings

Jake Shayer caught and released this 85cm dusky flathead around the Mooloolaba boat moorings this week.

Local Fishing Report: Tuesday 2014-11-04

Offshore

Weathers looking great with 10 to 15 knots easterlies turning northeasterly in the late morning and early afternoon. Swell is 1-1.5m and seas around the 1m.  Mahi mahi, yellowtail king fish, wahoo and amberjack from Caloundra 12 mile.  Yellowtail king fish, mahi mahi and pearl perch from the Barwon Banks. Rat yellowtail king and school mackerel on Currimundi Reef. Grass sweetlip and small snapper on the gneerings.

Estuaries

Noosa: Flathead, trevally and whiting at the Noosa River mouth. Flathead, whiting, tailor and trevally in Woods Bay. Jacks and trevally in Weyba Creek. A few jacks in between the lakes and at the entrance to the Marina and between Lakes Cooroibah and Cootharaba.

Maroochydore: Flathead, bream and jacks from Dunethin Rock. Queenfish and bream from around the Twin Waters area. Chopper tailor, flathead, tarpon, trevally and estuary cod in the Cod Hole. School jew from Bli Bli bridge. Whiting in the lower river. Mud crabs in the upper reaches.

Kawana: Dart along the beaches, trevally in the lower reaches of the Mooloolah River. Whiting, jack and grunter bream in Currimundi Lake. Flathead and mangrove jack in Kawana Canals and in Mountain Creek. Jacks in lake Kawana. Trevally around McKenzies Bridge. Plenty of bream from the moorings..

Caloundra: Squid off the rocks at Moffat, Kings and Shelly Beaches, flathead, whiting and trevally near the entrance to Currimundi Lake. Whiting on the NE tip of Bribie Island and off Golden Beach. Also a few flathead opposite the power boat club and the mouth of Bells Creek. Mangrove jack in Pelican Waters, Bells and Coochin Creeks.

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Tim Fish Chopper Tailor

Tim Fish with a couple of Maroochy River chopper tailor taken on pilchard in the middle reaches.

Local Fishing Report: Monday 2014-11-03

Offshore

Winds settling back to east to southeasterly 15 to 20 knots.  Seas 1.5 to 2metres, decreasing to 1 to 1.5 metres during the morning. Much better conditions tomorrow with winds easing back to 10 to 15 knots and seas to 1m! Before the wind freshened there were mahi mahi on the Barwon Banks and yellowtail king and school mackerel on Currimundi Reef.

Estuaries

Noosa: Flathead, trevally and whiting at the Noosa River mouth. Flathead, whiting, tailor and trevally in Woods Bay. Jacks and trevally in Weyba Creek. A few jacks in between the lakes and at the entrance to the Marina and between Lakes Cooroibah and Cootharaba.

Maroochydore: Plenty of herring baitfish schooling up. Queenfish and bream from around the Twin Waters area. Chopper tailor, flathead, tarpon, trevally and estuary cod in the Cod Hole. School jew over night from upper Bli Bli. Whiting off Chambers Island, from Cotton Tree and Picnic Point. Flathead in the creek mouths. Mud crabs in the upper reaches.

Kawana: Dart along the beaches, trevally in the lower reaches of the Mooloolah River. Whiting, jack and grunter bream in Currimundi Lake. Flathead and mangrove jack in Kawana Canals and in Mountain Creek. Jacks in lake Kawana. Trevally around McKenzies Bridge. Plenty of bream from the moorings..

Caloundra: Squid off the rocks at Moffat, Kings and Shelly Beaches, flathead, whiting and trevally near the entrance to Currimundi Lake. Whiting on the NE tip of Bribie Island and off Golden Beach. Also a few flathead opposite the power boat club and the mouth of Bells Creek. Mangrove jack in Pelican Waters, Bells and Coochin Creeks.

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Lachlan 39cm bream

Check out Lachlan Hutchinson's whopper 39cm bream taken from around Twin Waters.

Local Fishing Report: Sunday 2014-11-02

Offshore

Winds settling back a little but still southeasterly 20 to 25 knots.  Seas 1.5 to 2.5 metres with a northerly 1 to 2 metres, decreasing to 1 to 1.5 metres during the morning, then tending southeasterly 1 to 2 metres around midday. Before the wind freshened; mahi mahi on the Barwon Banks and yellowtail king and school mackerel on Currimundi Reef.

Estuaries

Noosa: A few good whiting and flathead along Teewah Beach. Flathead, trevally and whiting at the Noosa River mouth. Flathead, whiting, tailor and trevally in Woods Bay. Jacks and trevally in Weyba Creek. A few jacks in between the lakes and at the entrance to the Marina and between Lakes Cooroibah and Cootharaba.

Maroochydore: Plenty of herring baitfish schooling up. Queenfish and bream from around the Twin Waters area. Chopper tailor, flathead, tarpon, trevally and estuary cod in the Cod Hole. School jew over night from upper Bli Bli. Whiting off Chambers Island, from Cotton Tree and Picnic Point. Flathead in the creek mouths. Mud crabs in the upper reaches.

Kawana: Dart along the beaches, trevally in the lower reaches of the Mooloolah River. Whiting, jack and grunter bream in Currimundi Lake. Flathead and mangrove jack in Kawana Canals and in Mountain Creek. Jacks in lake Kawana. Trevally around McKenzies Bridge. Plenty of bream from the moorings..

Caloundra: Squid off the rocks at Moffat, Kings and Shelly Beaches, flathead, whiting and trevally near the entrance to Currimundi Lake. Whiting on the NE tip of Bribie Island and off Golden Beach. Also a few flathead opposite the power boat club and the mouth of Bells Creek. Mangrove jack in Pelican Waters, Bells and Coochin Creeks.

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Young Jed landed a 34cm whiting off his back yard in the Maroochy Waters Canals.

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