Davo’s Tackleworld – Noosa

Noosa River mouth fishing well

With the water in the Noosa River being the colour it is, fishing the run-in tide is a must. As the clean water from the ocean enters the river, baitfish start to become active and in turn brings all the other fish on the bite. The fresh has also pushed good numbers of bream down river and fired them up. …

Read More »

Wet weather will get the fish on the chew

wet weather good fishing

Over the past week there have been quality fish landed in the Noosa River thanks to the wet weather, with the area around the Tewantin stretch and Noosa Harbour a favourite for jack anglers. A lot of anglers have preferred to use live baits like herring, poddy mullet or live prawns. Using a snelled 2/0 hook setup for the bait …

Read More »

Rain helps Sunshine Coast river anglers

sunshine coast river fishing

Recent rains have seen a great improvement in fishing for Sunshine Coast river anglers, just that bit of colour from the recent runoff has seen the flathead and trevally on the chew in the lower reaches. The best baits have included prawns, pilchards, white bait and hardy heads. Live baits have also been prime baits with herring and poddy mullet …

Read More »

Anglers had a few offshore windows over the long weekend

red emperor from offshore windows

The Noosa River has been really firing over the last week of school holidays, good numbers of quality whiting being taken on live worms and yabbies along Gympie Terrace and around the dog beach.  Whiting have also been taken on surface lures like the River2sea Skinny Dogs in the 65mm size. The Frying Pan and the shallows of Weyber Creek …

Read More »

Warmer weather gets families fishing

warmer weather snapper

With the warmer weather really starting, plenty of families were out enjoying all that Noosa has to offer. Fishing the Noosa River has seen plenty of whiting and flathead in strong numbers, soft plastic have claimed some outstanding flathead with pinks and reds the most popular colours.  The Entice Bungy baits soft plastics are great starter option all you need …

Read More »

Good action in the Noosa River

With limited weather windows offshore, anglers have had to make the best of the conditions using a mix of bait and soft plastics. On the outer reefs like the Hards And the Barwon Banks, Cobia, Cod, Jewfish and larger Snapper in the 4-6KG range have been getting caught on a wide range of soft plastics, the 7” Berkley Nemesis and …

Read More »

Plenty of offer on Sunny Coast

sunny coast snapper

The wind seeming to pick up mid-morning most of last week so anglers got out early and made the run for home as soon as the breeze picked up on the Sunny Coast. The closer reefs were quite busy with boats on the weekend but the anglers made the best of the conditions and bagged some great fish. Fishing hard …

Read More »

Spring brings great weather for anglers

Well spring is finally here and with a bit of luck those winds that have keep a lot of boats close in will abate and let us get out to the reefs. Those anglers that did get out during the lighter wind periods were rewarded with snapper around the 4-6kg range as well as some cracking pearl perch and amberjack …

Read More »

Windy conditions keep offshore anglers close

On the offshore scene, with the weather blowing up early morning for most of the week, those lucky enough to head out fished in close so they could do the run home as soon as the wind started to pick up. Angler headed to Sunshine Reef and were treated to a mixed bag of reef fish including pan sized snapper …

Read More »

Noosa River has plenty to offer anglers

With the new moon just around the corner, the bite offshore has been quieter, however reports have still featured Snapper around the 4-6kg range as well as some cracking Pearl Perch out wide around the Hards and the Barwon Banks. Along with the snapper and pearlies we have seen some nice jew and cobia also coming over the side. For …

Read More »
Don't miss out!
We respect your privacy. The information you provide will not be sold or shared to third parties.