Thanks to the Tuross Head Fishing Club
It’s been non stop down around the boatshed with continuing reports of good catch and release sessions in front of the deck on soft plastics and jigs, pulling up the bream and flathead. Still working well at the moment are the soft plastics.
Further down the river the flathead are also biting on nippers, pilchards and squidgies. Good success around 4 ways on the edges of the sand flats and weed beds.
Around the rocks in Tuross the Bream are also on the bite, plastics and bloodworm wrigglers still bring in good results.
Off the Beaches and Rocks around both Moruya and Tuross reports indicate good sessions on Salmon.
Plenty of kingfish over the 900 mark out the front of Tuross, live bait working well and they are still responding well to jigs.
Yellow fin are being sighed on the surface at Tuross Canyons.
With fishing club members chasing snapper for this weekends goblet competition, it’s pleasing to see they are good snapper coming in off Potato Point, floating a whole pilchard in the current is the shot.
If you are fishing in the comp this weekend, weigh in is at 1pm downstairs at Tuross Head Country Club on Sunday – two Goblets this weekend – snapper and pigfish. New members are always welcome.
The date for the next Flathead and Bream Competition with the chance for anglers to win 50 grand has been announced – in 2014 it will again be on the Canberra Day long weekend, Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th March. Keep up to date on Tuross Head Lake Fishing Tournament facebook page.