As at Monday November 23, 2009
OFFSHORE: Under the influence
of the hot northerlies the temperatures soared as the week progressed.
Those prepared to brave some of the hotter days day were at least rewarded
with relatively calm seas with little or no swell plus a few colourful
catches to boot. Noosa
Blue Water Charters did well at Double Island Point this week
with Friday's full day charter boating morwong, amberjack, teraglin jewfish,
moses perch, spangled emperor and as per the two photos below, scarlet
seas perch and quality snapper. Ryan Elson from Caboolture (below) came
up with the day's standout catch when he boated this 12kg scarlet sea
perch. He used a 7" Berkley Gulp soft plastic as his draw card.
ONSHORE: The North Shore
coastal beach stretch was a little bit wind swept over the weekend, especially
in the afternoon but it still managed to produce quite well. Whiting were
well spread, flathead were reported around Teewah while the top end was
the spot for a few tailor and bream. Over on the east side, Marcus and
Castaways beaches produced dart, as did Sunrise Beach but with the added
bonus of whiting and quality bream. Whiting were also active at Peregian
Beach and at Sunshine Beach while bream were on the chew at the northern
(rocks) end of Sunshine.
Hey! Why not get your catch on TV! The next time you land a half decent fish you could not only be on our next website report, you could also be on Channel Seven's Thursday night Fishing Report with Mark Planck!
|Just pop into Davo's Bait and Tackle for a weigh-in and photo shoot or book an offshore trip with Noosa Blue Water Charters and you too could be a star!|