As at Monday December 1, 2008
|In the river, flathead were on the bite around
the Tewantin ski run, the top of the Frying Pan and down at the river mouth
with soft plastics getting most of the action. Whiting were prevalent from
Munna Point to the yacht club as young Darcey Crawford-Rickards (above right)
discovered on Saturday. Darcey caught this 30cm specimen near T-Boats on
Gympie Terrace and released it after a quick pic. The only reports of bream
were from down towards the river mouth, which was where Blake Wrigley (above
left) landed his 500gm fish. His bait? Live beach worms. Apart from that,
trevally were responding well to live baits (prawns and biddies) in the
Munna Point stretch and the Woods Bays while mangrove jacks were chasing
soft plastic prawn lures in Weyba Creek.
On the freshwater scene, the Borumba Dam Bass were going for soft Jackalls around the timbers in both the Yabba and Kingham arms.