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Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

It’s not always the biggest fish that make the day as this 32cm grunter bream was Luke’s first fish he has caught. Up from Sydney he and dad Noah had a great day out on the Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventure tour.

Whiting were the go this week with up to 42cm elbow slappers caught in the lower reaches right up to the first lake and out to Lake Weyba with best results on live beach worms.
We saw some big jew fish, flathead and bream caught at the river mouth, Frying Pan and Woods Bay mostly on life bait fish, gar fish and plastics.
Weyba Creek is producing good flathead, bream, moses perch and the odd estuary cod whilst the Gympie terrace stretch of river has good whiting, flathead and a few bream. Further up past Tewantin and the ski run try your luck for a few tarpon and trevally at early mornings and just before Lake Cooroibah for flathead, trevally and the odd mangrove jack.
Also some good mangrove jack along with big threadfin salmon and some bream are active between the top two lakes on live bait fish and lures.
Both tides are fishing well but avoid the changeover at the bottom as quite slow.
It’s worth also throwing in a few pots as there are plenty of sand crabs in Weyba Creek and opposite Munna Beach.
Another great week ahead with sunny days and just the odd chance of a shower Friday and partly cloudy over the weekend. It’s a great time of year to enjoy the Noosa River but don’t forget the hat and sunscreen.

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

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