Tin Can Bay creeks get a much needed flush out

The recent rain has given the creeks a much need flush out and the crabs are moving with several reports of mud crabs coming from around the mouth of the creeks as well as on the sand flats around Tin Can Bay with the added bonus of a few sand crabs as well.

Golden trevally are about in Snapper creek. Low tide is a great time to target these fish around the drop offs into the main channel of Snapper creek and as the tide rises work the sand flats in front of the TCB marina just be mindful of the green zone in Griffin creek.

Try for flathead and whiting around Ida Island and Alligator Creek. The forecast for the weekend is looking pretty good with Saturday looking to be the pick of the days. If your planing to hit the water with dad for Father’s Day make sure you get out early before the wind picks up around mid to late morning.

Early morning low tides will make for ideal conditions for either an early morning or late afternoon beach session or to head down to Double Island Point for Father’s Day.

If your after any last minute gift ideas for dad this Father’s Day make sure you drop past our store we have a great range of gift ideas including the range of Cuda tools their titanium bonded stainless steel makes these tools durable and will provide years of trouble free service.

Until next week stay safe on the water…

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