31 Mar Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report
Bream as usual are a popular fish in the Noosa river mainly around structures and deeper holes. Bream are known to eat just about anything but the best bait is prawns. Silver trevally and golden trevally are amongst the river near Woods bay and Munna point. The best time to target trevally is late at night or early in the morning using either pilchards or mullet strips. With this copious rain and the hectic weather the water is dirty and the fish are about. Moving up the river there has still been several reports of great flathead around the ferry crossing and Makepeace Island. Although bait tends to bring in the fish, soft plastics have had the best results when targeting flathead. Lake Cooriobah has also had reports of great golden trevally, silver trevally, flathead and bream. This week has a few forecasted showers although mostly sunny. It’s a great time to escape the wind and drop a line. It’s a great time to get a crab pot in the water as well with the mud crabs on the move.
Until next week good luck from the boys at O Boats.