Davo’s Tackleworld – Noosa

Noosa River is Home to Some big Bream!

This is one of the best bream seasons we have seen in a long time and the Noosa River is prime hunting ground! This time of year bream school up in big numbers, this is their spawning season and with this they are hungry and willing to take a wide variety of lures and baits. Throughout Woods Bay small soft …

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Weather Dampens sprits of offshore Anglers!

With the wind and rain we have experienced over the last week offshore anglers have had to make the best of it in the river. Woods Bay has again been firing with a great mix of trevally on offer, there have been plenty of goldens, big eyes and giant trevally around with the odd cale cale and diamond trevally in …

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Noosa River is still a hot spot for anglers

The Noosa River has again come up with the goods with some great fish. Starting down towards the mouth there have been good quality bream on strips of fresh mullet around the rocks at the river mouth. We have seen nice whiting around the dog beach and sand bags area on live bloodworms. Trevally and tailor have been taking metal …

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Noosa River fires in cool weather

With the wind up for most of the week the offshore seen was not the best. Most fish caught offshore this week were taken in the earlier part of the week. North Reef again was one of the favorite hunting grounds and the charters headed up there with some great results. Jew seem to be hitting the decks with regularity …

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Trevally on the chew in Woods Bay

In Woods Bay there have been some great catches of trevally around the current line and outer Woods Bay. Catches including; big eye, giant, diamond, cale cale and golden trevally. The golden trevally are starting to school up in bigger numbers and should continue to do so with winter approaching. The odd queenfish and a few quality tailor are also …

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Noosa River slowly clearing after the rain

With the water in the river still quite dirty after the rains a couple weeks ago, fishing the lower reaches of the river around the top of the tide has been the go. Whiting have been in good numbers, quality whiting can still be found around the frying pan and dog beach. Live blood worms have been working particularly well …

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Noosa River flushed by rain

The Noosa River has had yet another flush through after recent rains. With the full Moon this week and the larger evening tides I would be focusing my effort on the lower reaches of the river. In Woods Bay there have been good numbers of trevally (big eye, gt, golden) and tailor being caught throughout inner and outer Woods Bays. …

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Tailor in the Noosa River

Woods Bay has seen some good numbers of tailor, some good sized fish being taken on poppers, stickbaits and micro jigs. Trevally are also in the mix with golden, giant, big eye and tea leaf all on the chew. Still the odd queenfish being caught on surface lures, these fish are great fun as they are very acrobatic and will …

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Queenies in the Noosa River!

Woods Bays have seen some great queenies over the weekend. Saturday was the better day producing good numbers of queenfish on surface lures like the Bassday Sugapen, Atomic K9 Walker and Strada Floats. Most fish ranging from 60-80cm, Sunday morning the fish were there but not feeding like the previous morning. Good numbers of big eye trevally and giant trevally …

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Recent rains get the inshore reefs firing

Inshore Reefs have been firing after the recent rains as bait fish make their way out of the rivers to find more saline water. Sunshine Reef has been fishing well with good catches of sweetlip, snapper, some nice coral trout (even a nice coronation trout reported), tuskfish, and longtail tuna. Micro jigs have been accounting for a great mixed bag …

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