Midwest Fishing Report by Tackleworld Country

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LOCAL ROCKWALLS

Tailor to 45cm reported from behind the fishermans wharf and new marina rock walls.

Also Mulloway have been running thick behind fishermans wharf rock walls with anglers telling us of 6 -10 Mulloway being caught every night this week.

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NEW MARINA & FISHERMEN’S WHARF

Reports of Cod to 45 cm being caught again from inside both the local harbours and along the walls.

Small Tailor are plentiful along the ocean walls with small metal and hard body lures working well.

Guys fishing off the new marina have told us of a few Sampson Fish lurking close to the jettys.  Constant burly seems to be the key to finding the Sambos.

Small Tailor are plentiful along the ocean walls with small metal and hard body lures working well.

Guys fishing off the new marina have told us of a few Sampson Fish lurking close to the jettys.  Constant burly seems to be the key to finding the Sambos.

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BEACHES

GREENOUGH FIRST AND SECOND POINTS –

Tailor to 60cm are being caught on ganged mulie baits from the first and second points most mornings.

There have also been reports of School Mackerel seen chasing bait thru this area. Duo Tide Minnows have been the lure of choice for the School Macks.

Dinner plate sized Dart have again been caught on squid and prawn baits fished light right in the wash zones.

DRUMMONDS –

The end car parks have held good numbers of Tailor.

Local female angler Meg also sent us this pic of a 10kg Mulloway to 10kg caught from Drummonds.

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RIVERS

GREENOUGH –

Bream to 30cm have been caught on prawn baits up from in front of the surf club.

Mangrove Jacks are still around, good mate Sean nailed one around 43cm from a rock bar further up river.

We also saw photos of another 40cm Jack caught on Duo lure.

Devlin’s pool has produced Bream to 35cm, again guys fishing after dark have told us that the river is dead as soon as night falls

*** Anglers are still reminded that the Greenough River is a very unhealthy healthy system and most fish species are carrying red spot disease at this time. It is not advisable to eat any fish out of there until further notice.

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OFFSHORE

PENSIONERS -

Spanish Mackerel and mixed Tuna species are still patrolling the back edge in 12 -20m.

Reports of small Dhu Fish and Coral Trout being caught on fresh Squid baits along the weed banks.

AFRICAN REEF -

Dhu fish and Baldchin Grouper have been found inside little African, fresh cray pot octopus has been the bait of choice for here.

There were also reports of Tuna to 8kg seen free jumping out behind the breaks south of African.

ISLANDS -

Sothern Group is producing Dhu Fish, Trout, Mackerel, Yellow Fin Tuna and Pink Snapper.

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FISH REPORT WRITTEN BY

20 ANZAC TERRACE GERALDTON WA

08 99216822

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