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Noosa River fishing report

This week there’s been plenty of fish around with Bream, Flathead and Trevally all being caught again. Bream have been most common at the river mouth will the incoming tide a more suitable time to catch them. You can still catch bream in most other spots however with reports of them up as far as the first lake. Some nice Flathead have been on the chew in the upper parts of the river with the shallow parts of Goat and Sheep Island being the best spots on the low tide. Golden and Diamond trevally have also been some good catches this week with the full tide bringing a heap of them out around the Noosa Sound and river mouth areas. The next week will bring showers with it fining up around mid to late next week.

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

 Josh from Indooroopilly caught a great 42cm Diamond Trevally up towards the entrance of Lake Cooroibah whilst aboard the Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventures.

Josh from Indooroopilly caught a great 42cm Diamond Trevally up
towards the entrance of Lake Cooroibah whilst aboard the Noosa
Fishing and Crab Adventures.

Noosa River fishing report

This week the river has again been producing some great fish with plenty of Bream, Grunter, Flathead, as well as Golden Trevally. Bream and grunter are able to be caught just about anywhere in the river at the moment. Fishing the incoming tide as well as using prawns and worms for bait will help strengthen your chances of landing them. There’s been plenty of big Flathead around this week as well with the upper part of the river having the best luck. Trying between Goat Island and the cable ferry on the runout tide will hopefully land you a few. Golden Trevally have been hanging around the Noosa Sound again with the high tide bringing them out. The long weekend will bring plenty of sunshine and a few possible scattered showers as well as hopefully plenty of great fishing.

IMG_0088Until next week, Good luck from the boys at O Boats.

Noosa River Fishing report

Noosa River Fishing Report

This week the river has been producing some ripper fish with Bream, Flathead, Trevally and Mangrove Jack all biting. There’s been plenty of Bream and Grunter around once again with them taking nicely to prawns and worms. They’ve been most common around woods bay and the Sofitel Bridge. Flathead have been spotted in and around the banks of Goat Island with them favouring the outgoing tide. There’s been reports of some good sized Trevally out at the river mouth on the high tide, and Mangrove Jack have been making an appearance on the shallow banks of Sheep Island and the Noosa Marina. The weather should be fine and sunny over the next week with average temperatures of around 30 degrees.

 

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

 

Gary from Sydney pulled up this nice golden trevally just off the river mouth aboard Noosa River Fishing & Crab Adventures 17/08/15

Noosa River fishing report

This week the river has seen plenty of nice catches, with Bream, Flathead and Trevally all around. There’s been plenty of Bream and Grunter Bream around this week and the good news is you can catch them just about anywhere in the river. Prawns and worms have been the best baits to catch them. Flathead have been caught on the outgoing tide with Goat Island and the ski run being the best places to find them. While some nice catches of Golden Trevally have been in and around the Noosa Sound areas with the high tide bringing them out. The next week should bring plenty of blue sky with a few showers and storms possible.

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

 

 

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Noosa River fishing report

This week the river has seen plenty of nice catches, with Bream, Flathead and Trevally all around. Bream have been most common in the lower end of the river near Munna Point and Noosa Sound. Flathead have been hanging around the edges of Goat and Sheep Islands while some nice Golden Trevally are around at the river mouth and Noosa Sound with the high tide being the time to try your luck for them. The next week should bring plenty of sunshine and warm weather so get out on the water and wet a line.

 

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

Noosa River fishing report

Noosa River Fishing Report

This week we’ve had some reports of good sized Whiting, Flathead, Bream and Mangrove Jack. Whiting and Bream have been mostly caught around the lower part of the river around the River mouth and the sound. Prawns and worms have been the most successful baits. Flathead have been in and around Goat Island and also on either side of the cable ferry. While some Mangrove Jack have been hanging around the outside of Sheep Island on the high tide with the early morning being the best time to get them. The next week should bring plenty of sunshine with a few showers and warm temperatures.

Until next week, Happy New Year and good luck from the boys at O Boats

Noosa River Fishing report

Heading into Christmas the river has been throwing up some fantastic fishing conditions with plenty of Bream, Flathead, and Trevally being caught. There’s been plenty of Grunter Bream caught this week with the edges of Goat Island and the river mouth being the hotspots and prawns and worms being the best bait. Some good size Flathead have been hanging around the Ferry crossing and Makepeace Island. While Golden Trevally have been around the River Mouth and Noosa Sound areas, mostly on the high tide. The next week should bring great fishing conditions with warm and sunny weather. We hope you have a Merry Christmas and catch plenty of fish over the holidays.

 

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

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Noosa River fishing report

IMG_1177This week there’s been a diverse range of fish with plenty of catches. Bream, Flathead, Tailor, Mangrove Jack, and Golden Trevally have all been caught in the river this week. Bream again have been just about everywhere in the river with prawns and worms being the most successful baits to target them. Flathead have been around in the upper part of the river between the Marina and the cable ferry. Tailor and Golden Trevally have been caught on the high tide around the river mouth with the early morning and late afternoon being the best time to go for them. While some nice Mangrove Jack have been caught around the entrance to Sheep Island. The weather is starting to fine up again with some great conditions taking us through to next weekend.

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

Noosa River fishing report

This week the river has shown steady fishing conditions with some good catches being reported. Bream, Flathead and Golden Trevally have been caught this week with the dirtier waters from the rain helping to produce some nice catches. Flathead have been most common up river with the ski run and cable ferry areas having the most luck. Bream can be found almost anywhere in the river from the first lake down to the river mouth. Good catches of Golden Trevally have been reported at the River mouth with the high tide being the best time to try for them. The next week should bring plenty of sun with a few showers and storms in between.

Until next week, good luck from the boys at O BoatsIMG_0235

Noosa River fishing report

Noosa River Fishing Report

This week the river has been firing with some good catches of Whiting, Bream and Flathead. Bream have been biting the most with good catches from Noosa Sound right up to the ferry crossing. Prawns and worms have been the most successful bait for targeting the Bream this week. There’s been plenty of whiting around at the river mouth with early morning being the best time to find them. Flathead have been caught again with the upper end of the river near the Noosa Marina being a good spot to hook them. The next week should bring mostly sunny conditions with a few showers in between.

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

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