» Report of lots of small salmon off the beaches continue
» A few small pinkies are still being reported offshore
» Some flathead still out deep
» Still the occasional gummy shark report
» A few small whiting are being caught
» Plus reports of the odd taylor being caught
» The odd Bream in the river.
Report provided courtesy the Anglesea Rusty Anglers Angling Club
» Offshore reports are still of some snapper, pinkies and flathead
» The odd gummy shark is still being caught
» A few King George whiting have been caught in the river
» Trevally and salmon have also been reported
» Salmon are being caught off the beaches.
» Reports of King George whiting in close
» Offshore there are still reports of snapper and pinkies being caught
» Some gummy shark reports as well as that of Flathead
» Salmon continue off the local beaches
» Reports of bream in Spring Creek as well as mullet.
Remember Torquay Tackle and Sports. For all the best available advice in Torquay on tackle and bait, drop in at the store and see Ross or Josh to ensure you get the most up-to-date information available. Phone 5264 8207.
» St Leonards is still seeing reports of King George whiting, flathead and squid
» Clifton Springs reports whiting, flathead, squid and some pinkie snapper
» Queenscliff continues with reports of whiting, flathead, pinkies and squid
» The creek has reports of trevally still
» Swan Bay, is also still seeing reports of pinkies, flathead and squid at the mouth
» Point Lonsdale is producing reports of trevally, King George whiting, salmon, and squid
» The White Lady still producing whiting, squid and flathead
» Indented Heads still has reports of flathead, King George whiting, squid, snapper and gummy shark.
IF you are looking for something a little bit different this weekend April 25-28, why not get yourself involved in one of the biggest fishing competitions in Australia.
Just an hour south of the Murray on the Goulburn River Nagambie.
$50,000 in cash and prizes guaranteed will go off at GoFish Nagambie 2019.
Prize winners will include Open categories, Cadets or Teenager categories and children’s competitions.
Here are the species you’ll be targeting at GoFish Nagambie 2019:
• The Murray Cod
• The Golden Perch
• The Redfin
• The Carp
Entries start at $50 for kids are capped at $160 for adults
This is the biggest and best comp you’ll see this year,
You’ve got to be in it to win it!
As part of the Festival a specific campsite will be set up.
Fishing and camping, hook and line, beer and esky, Lennie & Carl. You just can’t have one without the other are setting up the greatest of campsites to go with the great fishing within the tournament zone.
Located right on the banks of the Goulburn River, this will be ground zero for the keenest of competitors getting out on the water this Anzac weekend.
This campsite will be set up especially for convenience, security and fishing, with staff available 24-hours. Both powered and unpowered sites will be available and, (this is the big news), we’ll have an exclusive boat ramp only available for campers staying at this site, ensuring you’ll be in the water as fast as possible each day.
That’s not all. There’ll be a free shuttle bus between campsite, Nagambie and the Festival Hub and there will be showers and toilets available, exactly what you want after a long day out on the water before heading in to the Hub for the festivities.
While there are plenty of spots available, they are still limited so get in quickly and book your spot today. For more info go to gofishnagambie.com.au.
Meanwhile, if you see or suspect illegal fishing activity any time over summer please phone the 24-hour reporting line 13 FISH (13 34 74).
If you are an angling club and you wish to let people know what’s going on within your club as well as help promote your club, email email@example.com and we will post your club news here.
I would also like to remind everyone to keep those photos coming in of your big catch! Please forward them to firstname.lastname@example.org, with type of fish, weight, length, location and your name. I am more than happy to place your photos in My Big Catch.