Banana prawn: best bait for Bemm bream.
  |  First Published: November 2015

Considering the weather has been rather unpredictable, fishing has been good. We have experienced enormous rainfall, which has definitely contributed to keeping the entrance open.

Anglers have reported quality bream caught in the vicinity of the storm hut and the Mahogoneys. Banana prawn has been the most popular bait for the bream. Keep in mind that once the prawns start running though, the bream don’t seem to be hungry until late afternoon/early evening.

Nice size bream have also been caught off the fishing platform at the boat ramp.

The odd flathead have also been caught in the past few days, although the weather and water has probably not been quite warm enough for them at the moment. Sandworm is the outstanding bait to use. If you feel like pumping your own bait, Siberia is the spot to pump for shell and worm.

Trevally have been prominent in the channel, especially opposite the storm hut, and biting on banana prawn – leave the heads and shell on.

The surf has also been productive with plenty of salmon.

Phone us on (03) 5158 4233 OR 0427584233 to book your fishing trip.

For on the spot and up to date fishing reports check out Robyn’s website: www.bemmaccommodation.com.au

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