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Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

Jace got a nice surprise when pulling up a crab pot recently. Not what he was aiming for but this estuary cod was very tasty.

Fishing was a bit subdued this week but still a few good catches were reported. The Noosa River mouth produced a few flathead, trevally and the odd tailor with the Frying Pan and the Noosaville reaches having some good sized whiting on the sand banks. The Woods Bay and Point were good for tarwine, trevally and some tailor while the Noosa Sound and Munna bridge also produced the odd mangrove jack late towards the evening.

Weyba Creek and just before Lake Cooroibah are good for flathead, trevally and grunter bream with a few jewfish and jacks between the top lakes.

With the colder waters approaching there are a few good bream coming into the river so try the deeper holes and fish two hours each side of the high tide for best results. In general though both tides are fishing well.

Prawns and mullet strips seem to be working and also try some zerek prawn lures. There are several blue swimmers getting about Lake Weyba, up past the first ski run and first lake to target as well as the odd legal mud crab.

There is the odd shower or two predicted for most days this week but nothing that will seem to stop a good day out on the river.

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


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