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Noosa River Fishing report

Noosa River Fishing Report

This week the river has seen a heap of fish with whiting and Flathead being the most common. Whiting have been around the river mouth and Goat Island with the early morning being the most successful time to catch them. Flathead have been in and around both ends of the river with reports of them being caught between the cable ferry and Lake Cooroibah while there has been others caught near the Munna Point Bridge around 70 centimetres in size. While there’s also been some nice Golden Trevally in the woods bay area. The weekend will bring rain with temperatures dropping so if you’re heading out remember to rug up.

Until next week, good luck from the boys at O Boats.IMG_0978

Noosa River Fishing report

Noosa River Fishing Report

This week the river has seen its fair share of catches with whiting being the most common again this week with plenty being caught around the river mouth in the early morning and late afternoon with prawns and worms being the most successful baits. Flathead are being caught in numbers with reports of a good quantity of them near the ski run and cable ferry. While Bream and Trevally have again been nice catches to keep the kids happy in the Noosa Sound and Woods Bay areas. The weekend should bring beautiful conditions with some possible showers heading into the start of next week.

 

Until next week, good luck from the boys at O Boats.IMG_1137

Noosa River fishing report

Noosa River Fishing Report

This week there’s been plenty of catches to open the school holidays with some good size whiting, bream, and Flathead reported mainly around the deeper holes of the Noosa Marina right down to the river mouth with prawns and worms being the best bait to catch them. Trevally have also been on the chew this week with catches up to 3kg around the Noosa sound area. There has also been reports of Mangrove Jack in the warmer waters with mullet strips being the best bait to target them. The second week of the school holidays promises to bring some fantastic conditions with plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures about so it’s a great time to get out and wet a line.

Until next week, good luck from the boys at O Boats.IMG_1177

Noosa River Fishing report

Noosa River Fishing Report

This week the river has been full of Whiting again from the ski run, right up to the river mouth. They’ve been coming in bunches with reports of up to 20-30 being caught during a day. The best time to target them has been early morning and late afternoon. Bream have been out and about again this week around the deeper holes and structures with prawns and worms being your best bait to target them in the river. Some good size Flathead have also been around between the Noosa Marina and the first lake with reports of some up to 60cm. The next should bring beautiful weather again with the possibility of some cloud cover and warm temperatures.

Until next week, good luck from the boys at O Boats.IMG_0246

Noosa River Fishing Report

Noosa River Fishing Report

 

This week Whiting have been the pick of the bunch with plenty being caught at both ends of the river with the majority being caught in the early morning and late afternoon. Worms have been the most successful bait for catching whiting. There has also been plenty of Bream around the deeper holes and structures such as the Noosa Marina, the Sheraton Bridge and the surrounding jetties. There has also been reports of a few trevally around the Noosa Sound and Woods Bay areas. The weather looks to be fine once again throughout next week, so get out and enjoy the beautiful spring conditions and catch a few fish along the way.

 

Until next week, good luck from the boys at O Boats.IMG_0340

Noosa River fishing report

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This week the river has seen plenty of bream all over the river from the mouth right up to the ski run with prawns and worms being the best baits to target them. Whiting have been out and about with some good catches on either side of Goat Island and around the marina. While there’s been reports of Flathead around again this week near the river mouth and frying pan with early morning and late afternoon the best time to target them. Next week will bring plenty of sunshine and some warmer temperatures to begin spring, so perfect time to get out on the water and have some fun.

 

Until next week, Good luck from the boys at O Boats.

Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report 25/8/17

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This week the river has seen lots of Bream around the deeper holes and structures such as the Noosa marina and the Sheraton bridge. Whiting have been on the chew this week in and around Goat Island, while some good size Flathead have been caught with reports of some up to 80cm between the ski run and the start of the first lake. Soft plastics are the best form of fishing when targeting Flathead although prawns will work also. There’s also been reports of some Golden Trevally in the woods bay vicinity with early morning and late afternoon being the best time to try your luck. The next week should bring plenty of sunshine with some partial cloud cover so it’s a good time to get out and about and hook a few.

Until next week, good luck from the boys at O Boats.

Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

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The river has seen lots of bream around deeper holes and structures such as the boathouse and the Sound Bridge. Prawns and worms are the best baits when targeting bream although just about anything will work. There has been some nice golden trevally caught in the top end of the river, mainly around woods bay with mullet strips and pilchards being the best baits. Woods bay has seen some ripper mangrove jacks and jewfish over the past week at the top of the tide preferably at dawn or dusk. There have been some cracker flathead caught this week anywhere between the ferry crossing and Lake Cooroibah, mainly around Makepeace Island. Soft plastics are the best form of fishing when targeting flathead although prawns will work also. There has been some nice mud crabs caught in the river mainly around the dirtier waters such as Lake Cooroibah and the second ski run. The sand crabs are also still about in the top end of the river, mainly around the sandbags and frying pan area. The weather is tipped to be mostly fine with some very little light winds ahead.
Until next week good luck from the boys at O Boats!

 

Noosa River Fishing Report

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The river mouth has been firing with good catches of trevally, flathead, bream and the odd tailor with live baits such as herring and prawns producing the best results. Weyba Creek and the back of Noosa Sound is worth a try for mangrove jack around the structures using surface lures such as poppers. When targeting Mangrove Jack your best to fish at the early hours of the morning and the late hours of the afternoon. Bream as always are surrounding structures such as the boathouse and sound bridge. The best baits for bream include prawns and worms. Both tides are fishing well but if you can avoid the bottom of the low tide. There are a few sand crabs up towards Weyba creek and the Noosa sound area with whole mullet and reef fish frames providing the best results. The weather is a bit scattered with the odd shower rolling through. The best time to get out on the water is early in the morning. Until next week good luck from the boys at O Boats.

Noosa River Weekly Fishing Report

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Fishing has been great in the Noosa River with the water clearing up and a range of species appearing again. During the past week Flathead and whiting have been about in the normal shallow flats, mainly up and around the river mouth with live worms and yabbies being the preferred baits. Bream have been around in the usual places, around structures such as the Noosa Sound bridge ranging up to 35cm with prawns and mullet strips being the best baits. Up the river towards the cable ferry crossing, fish have been on the chew, with several Flathead and bigger trevally being caught on live baits. Tailor are starting to appear around the river mouth on the high tide, they have been caught using plastics and prawns. Crabbing in the river has been alright with a range of sand crabs caught down the bottom end of the river. The sand crabs are out in packs and now is the time to drop a pot. The weather is looking fantastic down here with low winds and the sun shining. Come soak up the sun on the Noosa River!

Until next week good luck from the boys at O Boats.