Gippsland Lakes Fishing Report -October 17, 2014
The footbridge is producing Trevally on pilchard. Salmon and Trevally have been
landed in Reeve Channel and off the wall at Kalimna using hard bodied lures.
The “odd” King George Whiting has been taken in North Arm.
Lake Tyers: Flathead and Bream are biting at Mill Point and in
Toorloo Arm, on prawn and soft plastics. Luderick and Trevally are around the
entrance on an incoming tide. Try pippi and sandworm.
Mitchell River: Bream have schooled around Shadoof Lodge, with
prawn, spider crab and sandworm taking fish.
Tambo River:Bream to 45cm have been caught at blue holes and
the cliffs, using peeled prawn and sandworm.
Nicholson: Good size Bream are active opposite the Caravan
park. Sandworm and prawn are best baits.
Metung: Chinaman’s Creek is producing Mullet and Bream on
spider crab and sandworm. Mostly after sunset.
Paynesville: Luderick are still around the King Street boat
ramp. A few Flathead are in the strait striking soft plastics.
The beach has Salmon and Gummies “on the go”.
Hollands Landing: The boat ramp on McLennan Strait has been
good for Bream, on crab and prawn.
Marlo: Plenty of Luderick, Bream, Mullet and Estuary Perch are
in the Snowy River as far as Lake Corringle. Diving lures, prawn and sandworm are
getting results! The entrance has Salmon and Tailor.
Tamboon Inlet: The jetty and mud point have been the best spots
for Bream, Mullet and Flathead. Soft plastics and prawn have taken fish.
Bemm River: The entrance is closed, but could be opened this
week. However, fishing has been good, with Bream and Flathead in the channel,
taking hard bodied lures, prawn and sandworm.
Mallacoota: Large Bream have been landed in the Top Lake, on
yabbies and prawn. The main wharf has Luderick on weed. The odd Flathead has been
caught on soft plastics.
The beach has plenty of Salmon.
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