Bemm is warming up
  |  First Published: December 2016

The holidays are always a great time at Bemm River for our young enthusiastic anglers to get out into the warmer waters and hook into a flatty or two. This time of the year is ideal for catching flathead. It seems to be their most active period. Flatties love to chase lures.

During the past month, we’ve seen a huge influx of big luderick, tailor, bream and flathead. The entrance remains open. All areas of the system are producing fish. Anglers who get out on the water early and back before the wind picks up have been rewarded with good catches.

Late afternoons have been good once the wind subsides. Last year was particularly windy. The river continues to produce good bream and the odd estuary perch. This year has also seen an abundance of grass whiting. The surf, when weather permits, has been producing great salmon, the odd tailor, sea bream and sand flatties.

As the nights have warmed up, the shark fishing has started to take off with some big hook-ups reported. After a season of exceptional rainfall, we look forward to seeing another cracker fishing season right through until winter. Remember over our summer period to be vigilant about fire safety procedures. Our local CFA station has a 24-hour updates.

• For on the spot and up to date fishing reports check out our website www.bemmaccommodation.com.au or like us on Facebook. For Bemm River Holiday Accommodation phone (03) 5158 4233 or 0427 584 233 or email --e-mail address hidden-- Reads: 1176

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