As at Monday November 1, 2010
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OFFSHORE: Another week of light to moderate
(predominantly) south easterly winds and a moderate swell that stayed
at or below the 1.5m mark set the scene for some excellent conditions
on the local reefs. The afternoon north easterly sea breezes blew up on
a couple of days but by and large there were few, if any, complaints from
the blue water brigade.
Having said that, on the good days The Hards came alive, often for short,
productive bursts that produced quality snapper in the 6kg to 8kg range
and, as was also the case at the Barwon Banks, amberjack, teraglin jewfish
in numbers, quality pearl perch to 6kg, the odd red emperor, yellowtail
kingfish, cobia, venus tusk fish and hussar.
The latest video clip of the bar crossing, as at Monday Nov. 1, has now been uploaded. To view, CLICK HERE.
ONSHORE: There wasn't a
lot happening on the coastal surf beaches this week. The water looked
good, there were some good gutters, but the fishing was slow. The North
Shore stretch produced the odd quality whiting but these were few and
far between. Dart were the only species reported in numbers there but
while they were plentiful, they were only average size fish. Over the
east side the only report of note was of jewfish to 90cm going for bonito
fillets at Yaroomba Beach.
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