Gippsland Lakes Fishing Report -October 31, 2014
The town jetties are producing trevally on lures and pilchard. Reeve Channel at Kalimna has salmon and trevally
taking similar bait.
Lake Tyers: Large bream are biting between Black Snake Bight and Trident Arm on prawn . Flathead,
trevally and bream have been landed around Long Point and Toorloo Arm. Soft plastics and prawn are getting fish.
Mitchell River: Good size bream are active between Eagle Point and the cut. Prawn, crab and shrimp
are best bait. Trout are still being caught around Glenaladale on worm.
Tambo River:Bream are biting between Burns Flat and the Lucerne paddock using peeled prawn.
Nicholson: Bream have been taken from the Highway Bridge to Swimming Hole. Prawn and shrimp are
Metung: The boat ramp at Shaving Point has been good for bream on whitebait and prawn.
Paynesville: The jetties have luderick taking weed. Mullet have schooled under the King Street
Bridge. Bream have been landed in Newlands Arm on prawn, with leatherjacket at Bunga Arm.
Hollands Landing: Griffin Point has flathead and bream biting on pilchard, prawn and whitebait.
Marlo: The estuary and rivers are fishing well with bream, estuary perch, luderick and mullet on
the chew. Prawn, sandworm and spider crab are best bait.
Tamboon Inlet: Flathead have been landed between Mud Point and the island using soft plastics and
diving minnows. Bream are around the river mouth.
Bemm River: The entrance is still open with the lake and river producing bream, flathead and
luderick on sandworm and peeled prawn.
Mallacoota: Bream and flathead around 1gk are in the Top Lake and Gipsy Point. Prawn and yabbies
are the best bait. Some flathead are also in the narrows. The main wharf has a few luderick.
Fishing report brought to you courtesy of the Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre.