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Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

Scott and Daniel from Melbourne were stoked to land this 84cm School Jew on a Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventure tour during their holiday in Noosa.

One of the busiest October holidays we have seen has also seen lots of good fishing throughout the Noosa River. An abundance of whiting are being caught around the river mouth, Frying Pan and Woods Bay along with several flathead up to 90cm, trevally and bream. An odd school jew and jack is on the prowl too.
Weyba Creek has some good flathead and being caught on soft plastics or live baitfish with best results on the drift. Whilst through the Noosaville reaches up to Tewantin lots of whiting are on the bite, mainly on live worms or yabbies with a few flathead and bream chipping in as well.
Up river between the ski run and car ferry there whiting and bream on the sand flats and the best fishing is towards the top of each tide. At the southern entrance of Lake Cooroibah and between the top lakes it’s worth a try for a few mangrove jacks and jew fish but best at night time on live baits.
Now that the main holiday makers have left it’s also worth dropping in a couple crab pots as there are a few sand crabs or blue swimmers before Lake Weyba mouth and opposite Munna beach on the north side of river.
With only a chance of the odd late shower on Wednesday and Sunday it’s looking like another perfect week ahead for boaties or just to enjoy the Noosa River from the banks.

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

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