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Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

Up from Adelaide, on holidays over the ANZAC weekend Suzie landed this nice tailor near the river mouth on the Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventure boat.

Another busy weekend was had on the water with the Anzac long weekend and still some quality fish being caught. The river mouth and Woods Bay was active with flathead, bream, trevally and whiting. The back of Noosa Sound and the Munna bridge produced some nice trevally and the odd mangrove jack and estuary cod and Weyba Creek still offered lots of varieties in the deeper parts.
Along the Noosaville reaches up to Noosa Marina there were several reports of whiting, bream and flathead mainly caught on live worms.
Before the Noosa Ferry on the sand flats and at the mouth of Lake Cooroibah there were some good flathead, sooty grunter and the odd threadfin salmon if your lucky. The top entrance of first lake was good for whiting as well.
Live baitfish, lures and soft plastics are working well and both tides seem to be productive but very quiet at the turn of high and low tides.
There are still some good mud crabs being pulled in pots and some blue swimmers in the lower and Noosaville reaches too.
There are a few showers predicted for the middle of the week but forecast to clear up for another perfect weekend on Noosa waterways.
Until next week good luck from the guys at Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventures.

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