As at Monday July 26, 2010
OFFSHORE: The offshore scene was a little
bit ordinary this week with cool, wet, fresh to strong south easterlies
making conditions on the reefs rather unpleasant from Wednesday through
until Saturday. With fairly limited options it was a matter of making
the most of whatever opportunities presented themselves and hopefully
coming back with a feed.
ONSHORE: The North Shore
coastal beach stretch saw some hot bream action this week with the better
surf gutters producing quite a few fish around the 1kg mark, as well as
the odd thumper 1.5kg specimen. Bream, together with whiting and dart,
were also on the bite between the groynes on Main Beach with the waters
a bit more towards the river mouth rock wall producing particularly well.
Afternoons on the run-in tide were especially productive while after dark,
tailor were an added bonus. Also on Main Beach, the middle groyne was
the spot for some school mackerel action and although there were juveniles
in the mix, there were enough keepers to keep most anglers satisfied.
On the east side, dart whiting, and bream were active at Sunrise and North
Peregian beaches while Marcus Beach produced bream and chopper tailor.
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