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Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

Its so good to see the broad smiles of the kids who catch their first fish when holidaying in Noosa. Nice one too James.

The river mouth was still active for common catches of bream, whiting, flathead and trevally with the Wood’s Bay and back of the Noosa Sound good for a few flathead, trevally and the odd tailor. There were a few good whiting and flathead off Munna point and the sand flats through the Noosaville reaches with Lake Weyba good for a mixed bag of varieties.
The entrance of the first lake was producing good flathead, grunter bream, whiting and trevally with the odd jewfish and threadfin salmon between the top lakes. A few mangrove jacks were in the deeper holes and snags at first light and nights but will be shying off as the waters cool.
Lures, soft plastics and live bait fish have been best but keep on the move if quiet and live worms are giving good results when fishing for whiting.
The run out tide is best with the change of both tides very quiet. There are also lots of nice full mud crabs still throughout the river system to be had.
There is a chill in the air reminding us that winter is nearing but the days are nice in the sun. A few showers for Thursday and possibility of a shower on the weekend but still mid 20’s in the days to enjoy a session on the water.
Until next week good luck from the guys at Noosa Fishing and Crab

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