Gippsland Lakes Fishing Report - November 7, 2014
The footbridge and jetties are producing salmon and trevally on bluebait and hard bodied lures. West of Kalimna Jetty king george whiting have been caught in the weed beds.
Lake Tyers: Large flathead have been taken around Burnt Bridge and Solitude Bay using soft plastics and peeled prawn. Bream are biting at high tide between No 2 Jetty and the channel markers. Trevally are active on the run out tide.
Mitchell River: Bream have been landed from Grassy Banks to the Butter Factory and backwater. Minnow lures and prawn are best bait.
Tambo River:The cliffs area has bream “ on the chew “using prawn, pippi and crab.
Nicholson: From Pear Tree to the Railway Bridge bream are being caught on prawn and shrimp.
Metung: Shaving Point is still the best spot for bream on prawn. A few king george whiting have been taken on pippi.
Paynesville: Luderick are still around the jetties with mullet and bream at the King Street Bridge. Try sandworm, pippi and prawn.
Hollands Landing: Toms Creek and Jones Bay have bream and estuary perch biting on sandworm and peeled prawn.
Marlo: Both rivers have plenty of bream, mullet, luderick and estuary perch. Sandworm and soft plastics are catching fish. The surf is good for salmon and tailor.
Tamboon Inlet: Pelican Point has flathead and bream in the deeper water. Prawn and sandworm are producing fish.
Bemm River: The Entrance is still open with luderick and salmon in the channel, flathead in the lake and bream in the river. Sandworm, prawn and plastics are best bait.
Mallacoota: Luderick have been landed at the Fisheries Jetty on weed. The Top Lake and rivers have flathead, bream and a few trevally prevalent. Poddy mullet, yabbies and soft plastics are best bait.
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