Lakes Entrance: Kalimna Jetty and the rock wall for leatherjackets taking squid and pipi. Salmon and tailor will be taking lures as they move through the channel. Offshore at Six Mile Reef for pinkies. The surf for salmon.
Lake Tyers: From the boat ramp and heading up towards Trident Arm is best for bream. Bait of choice is peeled pawn.
Mitchell River: Perch are at the highway bridge and The Backwater, taking blood worm and curl tail soft plastics. Bream are around Grassy Banks, The Cut and Two Bells. Best bait is unweighted local prawn.
Tambo River: The Snags, boat ramp, Burns Flat and heading up to The Log Hole are the best spots for bream. Baits to use are yabbies and shrimp.
Nicholson: Some juvenile bream are about the Two Bridges, also try The Cliffs and down towards the river mouth and into Jones Bay. Best bait being unweighted prawn.
Metung: Whiting are about Shaving Point on worm and pipi. Box’s Creek, Chinaman’s Creek, the island and Bowran Point for bream. Use spider crab and prawn for bait.
Paynesville: Plenty of mullet in The Strait taking worm as preferred bait. Big bream are around the town jetties taking prawn.
Hollands Landing: Seacombe Landing, Wood Pile and Hollands Landing are good spots to try for bream. Jones Bay and Tom’s Creek is worth a try. Best baits are prawn, cut pilchard and worm.
Marlo: In the system there are mullet and luderick to be had. Best spot for luderick is around the rock groynes. There is also bream about. The surf for salmon and offshore is fishing well.
Bemm River: The river is best for bream with soft plastics. Trolling in the lake with lures for tailor.
Tamboon Inlet: Furnell Landing and the river mouth for bream with prawn as best bait. The football ground has trevally with blue bait for best results.
Mallacoota: The Top Lake for bream and flathead with prawn as best bait. Harrisons Channel for luderick on weed. Offshore for yellowtail kingfish on lures.
Omeo High Country: CLOSED SEASON.
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