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Fishing report

Hi everyone from Danny and Michelle at Island Fishing Supplies, Banksia Beach and Bellara. 


Woorim beach has seen some very nice long tail tuna caught land-based from the beach at the northern end of Bribie. 


Plenty of flathead on the flats due to the prawn run now. Anglers have been very successful with soft plastics land-based or by boat. 


White Patch has been great for whiting and trevally


Good mangrove jack in the upper reaches on live baits. Flathead on the troll towards the mouth of the creek and if you are chasing a feed of prawns, there has been a few in the same areas. 


Plenty of good jacks in the canals, along with trevally and bream. The ledge running along Banksia Beach has had some good grassy sweetlip caught on fresh squid. 


With our busy lifestyles, the thought of a holiday is very enticing. However, parents with school aged kids know only too well that your holidays are restricted to busy school holiday periods. What this all means from a fishing perspective is that the waterways, beaches and boat ramps at these locations can become very busy, especially during the peak times from 9am-5pm. All is not lost fishing wise as there are still certain times and days when crowds on or around the water can be smaller.  


Making the effort to get up and start fishing just before the dawn can really be worth it in the holiday periods. While maybe not as quiet as dawn, dusk is of course your next best option to be hitting the beach or waterways. 

Enjoy your fishing and remember to only catch what you need! 

Danny and Michelle 

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