16 Dec Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report
Tom from Melbourne was stoked to have this huge muddie cooked up in a special steamed sauce whilst he was fishing on the Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventure boat.
The school holidays are building up with lots of boating activity causing the fish to get a little timid however patients will still be rewarded with some good fish.
The river mouth although slow still is producing some bream, flathead, trevally and the odd good tailor.
The Frying Pan and Woods Bays have whiting, flathead and bream on the bite and the back of Noosa Sound and Weyba Creek is worth a shot for some trevally, flathead, and the odd estuary cod and jacks into the evening. From Munna Point through the Noosaville reaches to Tewantin is good for whiting on the sand flats, beam and flathead in the deeper parts and live worms seem the best bait.
Between the ski run and car ferry there are an assortment of fish on the bite and some larger predators about too whilst up before Lake Cooroibah there are flathead, grunter bream and mangrove jack. Jacks and jew are still on the go between the top lakes and maybe a threadfin salmon as well. Try mullet strips or live bait for best results. The last of the run out and incoming tides are more active. With the recent rains there are a few nice muddies washed down river too.
Just a shower or two and a late storm midweek and into the weekend but there will be plenty breaks and sunshine to get some good fishing in.