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Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

Local angler Jace got more than he bargained for in his crab pot with a nice estuary cod that was returned to fight another day.

Fishing has been active with the recent rains and big tides but mainly in the lower reaches with catfish in numbers up towards the lakes and beyond.

The river mouth and frying pan have seen several good flathead and trevally with the Woods Bay some tarpon, trevally and whiting.

Through the Noosaville reaches to Tewantin there have been good sized whiting to 43cm, beam and flathead and Weyba Creek producing flathead, bream, cod and whiting. Jacks and the odd jewfish are still around the deep holes and structures but best caught at night and on live bait or lures.

With big high tides and dirty water, both tides are fishing well with either live baits, soft plastics and lures. Worms and prawns are good for bream, whiting and flathead as are live yabbies if you can pump some on low tide.

Also drop a crab pot as lots of crabs have been flushed down with the rain.

There is just the odd light shower or two forecast for most of the next week so looks a good time to enjoy our special waterways.2014-04-01 20.21.54-1200

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


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