Win on the water with worms!
Jim Mcclymont | November 2016

What a strange year we’ve had – the weather fines up and the river subsides. The fishing comes good and another east coast low comes again and we start again. With the huge volumes of water that have come down the rivers, it should make the entrance deep and navigable for some time giving the anglers good access to Bass Straight and taking the pressure of Cape Conrad boat ramp.
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Tip top tailor at Tyers
Steven Pryke | November 2016

The Gippsland Lakes water temperature has increased and so has the fishing. Plenty of dusky flathead are starting to work the drop-offs and shallow flats through the lake’s system. Many fish have been taken on soft plastics such as the Berkley 3” or 4” minnows and similar minnow patterns in smelt, chartreuse and camo worked on a combination of 1/12-1/8oz jigheads, depending on water depth. As usual, they’ve taken a serious liking to expensive hardbodies and are quick to suck them down.
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Warm weather and fish in abundance
Robyn Sturgess | November 2016

We’re now in the midst of warm weather after an extremely wet and cold winter. The water temperature is enticing fish and all anglers are satisfied with their catches.
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Giant ‘tings of terror!
Will Thompson | November 2016

Good numbers of King George whiting are now on the chew at Port Albert and they are averaging 38cm.

It’s finally that time of year again. You can feel summer is only a stones throw away and the fish have come on the chew quick, and it’s only going to get better.
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Weather finally lets up
Andrew Starrett | November 2016

November marks the start of good fishing for King George whiting.

We’re finally seeing a break in the weather, which has been miserably cold, wet and windy in recent weeks. It hasn’t been uncommon to experience four seasons in one day, and these conditions have kept many anglers indoors.
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Mayhem on the mighty Mitchell
Brett Geddes | October 2016

Bream are happily taking blade lures at the moment and the hotspot is still here in the Mitchell River along the Silt Jetties.

“Some of the hottest bream fishing in years” and “I haven’t seen the fish this thick for a long time” are just some of the comments that have been all the talk over recent weeks centred around the Mitchell River.
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Everything’s in place for a bumper season
Jim Mcclymont | October 2016

With the estuary back to normal, flathead should be getting increasingly active.

With the weather improving, more anglers are beginning to get their fishing gear up to scratch for this fishing season.
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Bring on the bumper season
Robyn Sturgess | October 2016

Tailor have been taken in good numbers in the channel.

The local waterways have experienced a brilliant flush out during the past few months, with extreme winter rains and a huge entrance that has been open since June.
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It’s gummy time
Will Thompson | October 2016

A great gummy taken under the cover of darkness.

It’s been a long winter on the Ninety-Mile, but August and September changed. The sharks are in.
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Game on for gutter fish
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