The river has seen lots of bream around deeper holes and structures such as the Tewantin Marina and the boathouse. Bream eat just about anything, although prawns and chicken fillet have been producing the best results. When moving down the river more, the stretch from Tewantin to the boat house has seen some great whiting. Whiting tend to feed in the shallow water drop offs with live baits such as worms and prawns being key. There have been some ripper flathead caught around the river mouth this week. Soft plastics are the best form of fishing when targeting flathead although mullet will work also. Woods bay has seen some nice catches at dusk and dawn preferably on the top of the tide. The crabbing has been pretty good lately with the clean water present and the sand crabs around. If you’re looking at dropping a pot this week try in spots such as Lake Weyba and the Noosa Sound. The rain has now cleared and the weather is great with only some light winds, so soak up the sun and get out on the water.