Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

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These two buck muddies were caught aboard the Noosa Fishing and Crab adventures at the entrance to the first lake earlier this week!

There have been a few reports of trevally and jewfish at the river mouth just after high tide preferably at dusk or dawn. Pilchards and mullet strips will give the best results when fishing at the river mouth. As usual, the river has seen lots of bream around structures such as the Boathouse and the Sound Bridge, with reports up to 40cm. The most common bait for bream is prawns and sand worms. There has still been many reports of cracker size flathead caught this week anywhere between Tewantin and Makepeace Island. When targeting flathead the most common form of fishing is lures such as soft plastics and hard body divers. There has been some nice size mud crabs caught in the river lately. Makepeace Island and just after the second lake have been reported to be the best spots to drop a pot. This week the weather is due to be fine with light easing winds, it’s a perfect time to get off the couch and wet a line.

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