Tackleworld – Bundaberg

Prime time to target Burnett River

target burnett river fishing

BUNDABERG OFFSHORE With a bit of luck, this weekend’s forecast isn’t looking too bad to get out and have a fish around the Bundaberg area.  The south-easterly winds are expected to exceed 15 knots which may present a small window for the bigger boats to explore the wider grounds.  Anglers who put in the effort last weekend were well rewarded …

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Lucky break for fishing around Bundy

BUNDABERG OFFSHORE Well, we were lucky enough around the Bundaberg area to get a break in the weather earlier in the week allowing us to get offshore, and by all accounts everyone caught fish. The Gutters produced some quality sweetlip, coral trout, red emperor, cod and plenty of Spanish mackerel. The outer reefs and islands also fished well with plenty …

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Inshore reefs and more firing around Bundaberg

BUNDABERG OFFSHORE The forecast for the Bundaberg area for Saturday is looking perfect at this point in time, but as always, check the latest forecast before heading out.  With the bigger tides there should be some awesome fishing in the shallows.  Drifting over shallow patches with small weighted ball sinkers is a deadly way to smack the red throat emperor …

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Many families enjoyed Easter around Bundaberg

many families enjoy bundaberg

I hope everyone has a fantastic break over Easter.  It was awesome to see so many families out and about enjoying what the Bundaberg region has to offer.  At this stage the weather is looking better than last weekend with lighter winds forecast for the local area over the coming weekend.  Always check the forecast before you head out though. …

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Bundaberg estuaries firing on all cylinders

bundy estuaries firing

THE BURNETT RIVER The Burnett has been fishing unreal over the past week.  Plenty of trophy-sized grunter and flathead have been caught.  Fishing the Town Reach has been the hot spot and is one of the most protected areas out of the wind.  Using soft plastics and small soft vibes have been the standout techniques.  The bream have really started …

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Easter fishing fun around Bundaberg

easter

With the first week of the Easter school holidays well and truly underway, it’s fantastic to see families going camping and fishing around the Bundaberg area. BUNDABERG INSHORE Last week’s weather forecast was slightly better than predicted with Sunday being the better day. Anglers who put in the effort around the many inshore reefs along our coastline managed to land …

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Inshore spanish mackerel stirred up and chewing

inshore spanish mackerel

BUNDABERG INSHORE At this stage, the weather forecast for the Bundaberg area isn’t looking the best for fishing out the front this weekend, but it will be well worth keeping an eye on.  If we do get lucky and the weather lets us poke out, the fishing will be on fire!  These cooler mornings would have really stirred up the …

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Fishing amazing offshore from Bundaberg

fishing amazing offshore bundy

The offshore reefs around the Bundaberg area have been fishing amazing over the past week!  Plenty of trophy-sized red emperor and coral trout have been caught.  Plenty of the big bar cheek trouts have been caught around the Fifteen Mile area.  Fresh flesh bait and live baits have been the standout baits to chase them.  Make sure you don’t go …

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Boaties catch their bag limit around Bundaberg

bag limit bundaberg

Once again the weather forecast for the Bundaberg area for this weekend is looking fantastic.  We all can’t remember such a good run of weather around the local area in ages.  Most of the boats took advantage of the flat conditions last weekend and fished around the islands off Bundaberg and 1770.  By all reports most boats managed to capture …

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Good run of calm weather around Bundaberg

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WOW!! How good was it to see a good run of calm offshore weather around the Bundaberg region during the past week? BUNDABERG OFFSHORE With not a car park left at the Burnett Heads boat ramp, this meant that a lot of boats had the chance to head well offshore, and by all reports everyone caught fish. The islands from …

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