As at Monday November 8, 2010
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OFFSHORE: On paper, and on the weather forecast
websites, it looked like we were going to have another great week on the
water. Unfortunately the forecasts were a bit out, and conditions were
quite often a good deal lumpier than expected.
By the way, the latest aerial photo of the Noosa Bar crossing was uploaded on Friday. To view it, CLICK HERE
ONSHORE: Conditions on
the coastal surf beaches were pretty ordinary this week and the fishing
wasn't much better. The North Shore disappointed even the 'never say dies'
with just the odd small dart reported to be on the bite. Over on the east
side it was even worse with the only report of activity being from Mudjimba
where someone caught a shovel nose..
|At Lake MacDonald, the juvenile bass were well
and truly out in force and were responding well to Jackalls and, as per
the photos above, small spinnerbaits and TT Switch Blades. Izaiah Schwerin
(above left) and his good buddy Cameron fished the 'West Leg' in the afternoon
earlier in the week and caught and released three fish, two of which are
By the way, the Lake MacDonald re-stocking group released 30,000 bass fingerlings into the lake on Friday. These feisty little fish (pictured above) apparently looked very healthy and all swam off eagerly to take their place in the impoundment.
|Hey! Why not get your next catch featured on Television! The next time you land a half decent fish you could not only be on our weekly website report, you could also be on Channel Seven's Thursday night TV Fishing Report with Mark Planck!|
|Pop into Davo's Compleat Angler for a photo shoot or book an offshore charter with Noosa Blue Water Charters or Fishing Offshore Noosa and you too could be a star!|
|Oh, and if you miss the television report you can view the video clip on our Video Index Page.... CLICK HERE.|
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