As at Monday January 4, 2010
OFFSHORE: Well, it looks
like we're going to have a ripper pelagic season judging by the frantic
activity on the inner reefs and in Laguna Bay over the last few weeks.
The weather this week was a big help, of course, with light to moderate
variable northerlies and a modest swell making life easy the smaller boats.
There were a lot of first timers out there as well, estuary anglers who
couldn't resist the temptation to get out on the water and get in amongst
ONSHORE: Although there
were a lot of holiday makers on the coastal surf beaches there weren't
a lot of reports of significant catches. The most prolific species on
the North Shore was whiting which were well spread and in good numbers,
especially up near the camp grounds around low tide when tarwhine and
average size dart were also active. The waters around Teewah were good
for flathead while the surf gutters opposite 'Freshwater' produced a few
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