As at Monday May 10, 2010
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OFFSHORE: Moderate to fresh (15 to 20 knot)
south easterlies dominated the offshore scene this week although there
was a welcome respite from the blustery conditions when the winds dropped
away dramatically on Wednesday.
ONSHORE: Whiting and dart
were well spread on the North Shore this week although the better quality
whiting (to 40cm) were on the bite along the stretch from the Third Cutting
to the township of Teewah. Tailor were also well spread with reports coming
from Freshwater (mostly choppers), the gutters between the Second and
Third Cuttings and down towards the river mouth. Ben Cooper from Buddina
(below) was fishing about 1km up from the river mouth on Monday night
(just after sunset) when the 64cm (est 2.5kg) 'Greenback' he's pictured
with took his whole pilchard (on 3x 5/0 hooks) bait.
YOUNG ANGLERS FROM 5 TO 16 YEARS OF AGE!
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