As at Monday August 23, 2010
OFFSHORE: The fishing was on again off again
this week with moderate to fresh northerlies making conditions on the
local reefs pretty lumpy on some days before the light to moderate south
westerlies cooled and flattened things out again.
ONSHORE: Although the surf
beaches were fairly flat most of the week there were still some good gutters.
On the North Shore, the waters opposite Teewah township produced bream,
chopper tailor (and the odd greenback) and plenty of big dart and whiting.
About 5km's north of there (around the old Cherry Venture site) the catch
was chopper tailor in numbers and (as was also the case further up at
Double Island Point) quality whiting. Across the bay, longtail tuna were
busting up within casting distance of the National Park headland and tailor
were hammering the garfish schools around Hells Gate.
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