Whiting are on the chew, anywhere from Woods Bay to Tewantin Marina with live baits such as worms and prawns being the best. There has been reports of mangrove jack hanging around Woods Bay, with pilchards and mullet strips producing the best results. When targeting mangrove jack, you’re best to drop a line at dusk or dawn preferably on the high tide. Bream, as always are about in the Noosa River, mainly around structures and deeper holes such as the Sound Bridge. Soft plastics have been producing some great fish in the river, including flathead and all types of trevally. Flathead in particular like to hang around shallow water drop offs. The water is clear and the sand crabs are about in the top end of the river. The wind is up for now, however is supposed to drop off for father’s day. It’s a great weekend to get out on the boat and have a fish!
Until next week good luck from the boys at O boats.