The Noosa Fishing Report

As at Monday August 31, 2015.
Brought to you by... Davo's Tackle World Noosa
Sunset at the river mouth.
OFFSHORE:
Yeaahh! There were plenty of quality fish on the bite on our local reefs this week and a good variety too. The weather wasn't too bad either with Tuesday's 15 to 20 knot northerlies being the only blip on an otherwise uninterrupted run for the offshore boys. There were a number of reports of hard running currents on some days but it appeared fairly localised and those boaties who were prepared to move a klik or so usually found better conditions.
Snapper
The usual suspects, such as moses perch, pearl perch and venus tusk fish were common catches on most of the reefs outside Laguna Bay. In addition to that, Double Island Point produced a number of quality gold band snapper plus squire, oval cod, frying pan snapper, grass sweetlip, snapper and the odd slate bream. Jorim Huppon from Bli Bli (above) is pictured with a knobby snapper which he boated out there on Saturday's nine hour Wild Thing 2 charter.
Red Emperor
Also out wide, The Barwon Banks were good for snapper, red emperor, morwong, more gold band snapper, good size hussar, frying pan snapper, cobia and gold spot wrasse. Brisbane angler Annette Armstrong (above) boated a good keeper red emperor out that way on Saturday's full day Cougar One charter.
Gold Band Snapper
And Brendan Cook from Caboolture (above) was happy to pose with a thumper gold band snapper from Saturday's nine hour Trekka 2 charter to The Banks.
Pearl Perch Yellowfin Tuna
Back in along the middle Reef Belt, Chardon's Reef was the spot for jewfish, gold spot cod, coral bream, hussar and cobia. Lloyd Johnson from Scottsdale, Arizona (above) boated an absolute thumper pearl perch there on Monday's Wild Thing 2 charter. North Reef was as dependable as ever, producing good catches of teraglin jewfish, gold spot cod, frying pan snapper, bonito, sweetlip, quality snapper, squire, goat fish, yellowfin tuna and the odd Maori cod. The lads from Noosa Bluewater Charters found themselves surrounded by a school of big yellowfin tuna at North Reef on Sunday morning. A few customers were blown away by some 30kg+ fish but Lee Beattie from Gympie (above right) managed to get his quality fish to the boat. It tipped the scales at 19.5kg.
Knobby Snapper
Local angler Jackson Ross (above) and a couple of mates got onto a good school of snapper at North Reef on Friday morning. At one point all three were hooked up at the same time. Jackson's 5kg knobby, though, was the standout of the trip and won him this week's $50.00 Davo's Fish of the Week prize.
The Coffees turned out to be a good option for yellowtail kingfish, cobia and jewfish (see thumbnails directly below) while at Massoud's Reef the snapper were responding well to deep jigged micro jigs and soft plastics. Closer to home, Sunshine Reef was very quiet with just the common species (moses, pearlies and tuskies) on the bite. At Jew Shoal, snapper to 3 kg were going for micro jigs around dawn and dusk. Grass sweetlip were also on the bite there.
As is often the case, we couldn't fit all of the great photos on the page. To view the 'Lightbox Gallery', simply click on the thumbnails below...
Jewfish Gold Spot Cod Yellowtail Kingfish Jewfish or Mulloway Cobia Gold Band Snapper
Snapper Cobia Gold Band Snapper Gold Band Snapper and Snapper Gold Spot Cod Snapper andMaori Cod
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