Davo’s Tackleworld – Noosa

Offshore fishing set to fire on Sunshine Coast

offshore fishing coral tout

Offshore fishing at this time of the year is always weather dependent, with a bit of luck we should see some good days to get out on the water and take advantage of the pelagic’s that are on offer. It’s that the time of year when the big mackerel are around and trolling can be very rewarding. Deep diving lures …

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Closer reefs off Noosa the best bet

closer reefs noosa fishing

With that typical late summer weather pattern continuing with the strong winds and squally showers most anglers keep their efforts around the closer reefs. Sunshine reef and Halls reef have produced some bigger Spanish and good sized spotted mackerel with dead baits like garfish, large pilchards and Yakka’s fished on a gang hook rig getting good results, try using a …

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Freshwater influx fires up Sunshine Coast fish

freshwater influx fishing sunshine coast

With the recent freshwater influx, whiting have been more prevalent down towards the mouth of the Noosa River. Live worms and live yabbies have been the prime baits. With the prevailing southerlies fishing the dog beach has been perfect for those wanting to chase whiting on surface, the Bassday Sugapens and the Atomic Hards surface walkers are perfect for the …

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Rain brings on the fish around Noosa

rain fires up fish noosa spanish mackerel

Offshore species like our famous coral trout responded well to the latest rain events, with some areas in the catchment receiving over 250mm. Sunshine and Halls Reef were the popular choices firstly due to their close proximity and secondly due to catches of estuary cod, grassy sweetlip and spanish mackerel as well as coral trout at Sunshine. North reef is …

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Large swells have kept anglers in the rivers

fishing the rivers noosa

With the swell up last weekend, the rivers were the place to be if you were looking for a feed of fish. Whiting were in good numbers around the Noosa River Dog Beach, River Mouth, Frying Pan and Weyba Creek areas. Live yabbies, pealed prawns and worms were all popular baits. Small poppers or surface walkers have also been claiming …

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Fishing the Noosa River a perfect way to spend a day

fishing the noosa river golden trevally

Fishing the Noosa River has been going off, with a great range of fish to be caught right throughout the system. There have been some great reports of trevally, with big-eye, golden and giant trevally all falling victim to anglers. Some of the prime spots have been Woods Bays, Munna Point, the back of the Noosa Sound and out the …

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Crabs up and walking with Sunshine Coast fresh flush

crabs walking noosa fresh flush

With the recent fresh flush, whiting have been more prevalent down towards the mouth of the Noosa River.  Live worms and live yabbies have been the prime baits. With the prevailing southerlies, fishing the dog beach has been perfect for those wanting to chase whiting on surface, the Bassday Sugapens and the Atomic Hards surface walkers are perfect for the …

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Anglers celebrate good fishing on Sunshine Coast

anglers good success sunshine coast

On the Noosa River, the bread and butter species have been keeping anglers busy, good numbers of bream, whiting and flathead have been on the bite around the river mouth and frying pan area. Using live worms and yabbies have been getting some good results, if you haven’t got a yabby pump give peeled prawns a go. The flatties have …

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Offshore conditions tough but good fish still bite off Noosa

offshore conditions cobia nannygai

With offshore conditions not that favourable last week, anglers left their run a little later in the week in the hope the winds and swells would drop, those that have ventured across the bar have stayed relatively close as there has been limited weather windows. Starting with North Reef, anglers who’ve braved the offshore conditions have returned pretty good results, …

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Warm evenings a great time to fish Noosa River

fish noosa river

With the warm summer evenings, anglers who fish Noosa’s famous river are being rewarded with great catches of quality fish. Upriver, the jacks have been feeding with ferocity, live bait is one of the most productive, fishing late afternoon and into the evening on a run out tide and your chances of seeing a red devil are high. If flicking …

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