As at Monday August 9, 2010
OFFSHORE: With 10 to 15 knot variable southerlies
dominating most of the week, all reefs locations were quite fishable.
Unfortunately, most of the resident adult fish decided to play hard to
get so while there were plenty of reefies on the bite, there were a lot
of juveniles in amongst the 'keeper' size fish. Nevertheless, there was
still a feed to be had and conditions were good enough for those with
the bigger boats and/or larger fuel tanks to plan the odd excursion to
the out-wide reefs.
ONSHORE: It was still pretty
flat on the open beaches this week so the surf gutters were once again
few and far between. Nevertheless there were still fish to target on the
North Shore with whiting in good numbers if not size (especially around
Teewah) plus quality bream and dart opposite the Third Cutting. Chopper
tailor were also well spread although the better returns came from the
waters just past the camp grounds. Across the bay, garfish were schooling
in numbers in Granite Bay and (along with bream) in Winch Cove. Further
down the coast, Sunrise Beach was the spot for bream, whiting, plenty
of average size dart and the odd flathead while at Marcus Beach the standout
species were dart and tarwhine.
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