09 Dec Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report
The Noosa River has seen some great fish over the past week. Woods bay has been a highlight spot with many giant trevally and the occasional tailor caught. There has been lots of bream in the river mainly around deeper holes, structures and rock surfaces such as the river mouth and the stretch between Woods bay and the Sheraton Bridge. The Sound, as always is a fantastic spot to drop a line in the early hours of the morning and the late hours of the afternoon. There has been several reports of mangrove jack caught using mullet strips and pilchard fillets. Flathead have been around in numbers surrounding sandflats such as the one between Makepeace Island and the Tewantin ferry crossing. Lures such as soft plastics and prawns are the best baits. Around Lake Cooroibah there has been some trevally caught on live herring and prawns. The fishing spot of the week is the mouth of Lake Cooroibah. The weather forecast shows that it’s going to be a fantastic weekend ahead, with a very low chance of rain. A great time to launch/hire a boat and get out on the water.