If you were lucky enough to get offshore you would have done well. Good numbers of red emperor, coral trout, sweetlip, cod and tusk fish were all caught. There were even some big cobia, spanish mackerel and big tuna all caught out wide.
Most of the inshore reefs produced a few grunter and some quality snapper.
The rivers and creeks have also been fishing well, even to a point where we reckon it has never fished better, with bulk fish being caught. Bream, bream and more bream seems to be the talk. They are big and in good numbers and have been caught on both bait and soft plastic lures.
Other species that have been caught include grunter, flathead, jacks and some big summer whiting, and some of these fish are of quality size.
The run-out tide seemed to be the best time to fish the river, as this is when the better sized fish were caught. The next few weeks should see this action continue.
The dams are still fishing well with plenty of bass being caught out of Lake Gregory, and some nice barra coming out of Lake Monduran. The warmer parts of the days seem to be the best for the barra and small, deep-diving hard body lures are the way to go.
Fish with confidence,