Lakes Entrance: King George Whiting are around Fraser Island and up to Nungurner. Best results using pipis and worm. Offshore Pinkies at Six Mile Reef and the Pipe Line. Flathead and Gummies closer to shore.
Lake Tyers: The Glass House for Flathead on pilchard. Bream and Tailor are out and about Mill Point and the Power Lines, with prawn as preferred bait.
Mitchell River: The Grassy Banks, The Cut and river mouth for Bream on spider crab, soft plastics and prawn. A small Mulloway caught in the river, also good size Poddy Mullet.
Tambo River: From the boat ramp and heading towards the Three Gums is the best spot for Bream using peeled prawn.
Nicholson: The Strait Six and heading down towards the two bridges for Bream with prawn and shrimp.
Metung: Whiting are at the Point taking worm and pipis. There are prawns and King George Whiting about Nungurner area and towards Fraser island.
Paynesville: The Strait is producing Mullet taking worm. Flathead are about at Duck Arm with prawn as preferred bait.
Hollands Landing: North of town for Whiting taking worm. Prawns are about the National Park. Flathead on the eastern side in the shallows on prawn. The surf for Gummies and some Flathead.
Marlo: Perch are in the Brodribb taking live prawn. Bream are in the system on worm. Prawns have arrived. Salmon on the incoming tide on lures. The surf for Salmon and Tailor. Offshore is also fishing well.
Bemm River: Flathead in the channel taking soft plastics and hard bodied lures. Bream in the lake on worm and prawn. The surf for 3kg Salmon on pilchard and poppers.
Tamboon Inlet: Bream are in the river on worm and prawn. Peter Rock for Pinkies on prawn and pilchards. The football ground and Pelican Point for Flathead on soft plastics and pilchard. The surf for Salmon.
Mallacoota: Slipways for Luderick taking weed. Good Flathead are being caught in the Bottom Lake on soft plastics and lures. The surf for Salmon on pilchard and poppers.
Omeo High Country: All the rivers are fishing well for Trout. Best results using spinners, wobblers and worm, also try soft plastics.
Fishing report brought to you courtesy of the Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre.