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Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

Patrick had a nice feast of  Noosa River mud crabs when holidaying up from Victoria on the Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventure.

Fishing was hard going generally last week but the higher night tides and full moon the activity has increased. Lots of  bream have come in and are being caught throughout the lower reaches with flathead, tailor and a few trevally near the river mouth, Frying Pan, Woods Bay and early at the back of Noosa Sound.

Mangrove jacks are still about in Noosa Sound, Weyba Creek, around the Noosa Marina at Tewantin at night. Flathead will take most baits but white bait are giving best results for bigger fish and try your luck at Woods Point, off  Munna Beach, before the car Ferry and at the entrance of Lake Cooroibah.

There are a few whiting about on the sand flats opposite Makepeace Island and along the Noosaville reaches with some nice golden trevally being landed there and past the first ski run.

Both tides are fishing well and for baits try mullet strips for bream and flathead, lures, soft plastics and live bait if available. Prawns and live worms are good for your bream, trevally, whiting and flathead also.

Weatherwise, blue skies with a possible shower towards the end of week and weekend but warming to nice days and cool nights with little wind about.

Until next week good luck from the guys at Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventures.


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