Bream as always, are out and about around structures and sandbanks almost anywhere in the river. The best baits for targeting bream include prawns and yabbies. Whiting have been caught around sandbars near the dog beach. When targeting whiting, live baits such as worms and yabbies produce the best results. There has been tailor caught at dawn and dusk amongst the frying pan and Noosa River mouth. The best baits for tailor include mullet strips and pilchard fillets. Flathead have been on the chew in the Noosa River lately with soft plastics and prawns being the best baits. The best place to target flathead include sand flats anywhere from the dog beach all the way up to the cable ferry crossing past Tewantin. The cable ferry crossing area towards Makepeace Island has been a great spot to drop a line with rewarding reports. Around Lake Cooroibah there has been some trevally caught on live herring and prawns. The weather seems to be fairly sunny with slight chances of showers during the week. A fine weekend is forecasted. It’s a great time to venture out on the serene Noosa River!