Davo’s Tackleworld – Noosa

It’s alive – repeat, the Noosa River is alive!

Noosa River and Offshore waters fishing report for the weekend. Offshore: Double Island Point has produced Snapper, Saddle tail sea perch, Moses perch, Slate bream, Maori cod and a couple of impressive Gold band Snapper this week. North Reef is still fishing well for Snapper, Cobia, Cod, and Pearl Perch. Massauds Reef provided some quality Small Mouth Nannygai, Venus Tusk …

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Plenty of quality fish coming from the Noosa River

The Noosa River has again come up with some great fish for angler unable to get outside due to weather! There are still good numbers of trevally in Woods Bay early in the morning, tailor are also amongst them with surface lures like the River2sea Skinny Dogs working well. Mangrove jack are in good numbers in the upper reaches of …

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Local rivers around Bundy fishing well

Once again, for this weekend around the Bundaberg area, it looks like most of the fishing will be restricted to the local rivers and creeks, due to the south-easterlies that just don’t seem to stop. The good news is that most of our local rivers are starting to fish really well, and with the new moon Saturday night, the bigger …

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Summer on the way in Noosa

Heading offshore around Noosa, the weather gods have finally smiled on us and given use some great fishable days, plenty of angler took advantage of the great offshore conditions and did the run to the outer reefs, snapper, pearl perch, gold band snapper, cod and jewfish all on the menu this week with the good old paternoster rig loaded with …

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Perfect days on the Noosa River

perfect days noosa river whiting

Some perfect days over the last week have seen families enjoying all that the Noosa River has to offer, with the rain we had a couple of weeks ago the run off into the river made the water rather dark but as we move into the bigger tidal part of the month the river is fast clearing. Flathead are still …

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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. …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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