Gippsland Lakes Fishing Report - December 5, 2014
Kalimna Jetty is producing Salmon and Tailor on metal lures.
King George Whiting are active around the town jetties, with Trevally off the footbridge. A few Flathead and Gurnard
have been landed in the channels.
Lake Tyers: Flathead and Bream are still prevalent around the channel markers and Nowa Nowa Arm.
Soft plastics and prawn are accounting for most fish. The “odd” Tailor has also been taken.
Mitchell River: Plenty of Estuary Perch to 40cm are biting around the highway bridge, on diving
hard bodied lures. Bream are downstream from the “Butter Factory”. “Vibes” and bait are catching fish.
Tambo River:Bream have been caught from Reynolds Road to the mouth, using sandworm and peeled
Nicholson: Bream are cruising between the highway bridge and swimming hole. Sandworm and shrimp
are best bait.
Metung: The boardwalk is still fishing well, with Bream, Trevally and King George Whiting taking
sandworm, prawn and whitebait.
Paynesville: Plenty of school prawn are about. Bream are in the Strait, with Tailor striking
trolled metal lures, in Campbell Channel.
Hollands Landing: Bream and Flathead have been landed around Bull Bay, on shrimp, sandworm and
Marlo: Estuary Perch are still feeding on live prawn, off the fishing platforms and around snags.
Flathead and Bream have been caught in the Snowy River, up to the highway bridge.
Tamboon Inlet: Fishermans Landing has Tailor and Bream “on the go” using solid bodied lures and
The channel has Flathead hitting soft plastics. Bream are throughout the lake. Try prawn and sandworm.
Mallacoota: Plenty of Bream have been landed in the Top Lake on plastics, prawn and yabbies.
Yellow Fin Whiting are taking sandworm, with a few Tailor striking trolled silver lures.
The surf has Salmon and Flathead feasting on pilchard and “poppers”.
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