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Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

Rodger was one of many anglers getting into the nice sized bream about lately. A day out fishing on Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventures made his holiday when up from Lake Entrance, Victoria.

Whilst the lower reaches around the river mouth, Frying Pan and Woods Point has given anglers plenty of  bream and flathead and the odd trevally, further up river in the murky waters were more consistent.
Before the car ferry and both entrances to Lake Cooroibah produced flathead, bream and the odd trevally and between the lakes a few jew fish and mangrove jack. The whiting are getting better in numbers and size and found through the Noosaville sand flats and between the ski run and ferry.
The Woods Bay on the run in tide had action for a few golden trevally and Weyba Creek for some nice sized bream in the deeper sections.
The run out tide is fishing best so try lures, plastics and bait fish for trevally, flathead, jew and jacks or peeled prawns or blood worms for whiting and bream. On the big tides stay away from those crystal clear waters.
If you want to drop a crab pot there are still plenty of blue swimmers about.
The weather looks like a mixture between an odd shower to showers and nice patches of sun but I’m sure there is plenty of valued time to have on the water.
Until next week good luck from the guys at Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventures.

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