Lakes Entrance: Plenty of King George Whiting are being caught in Cunninghame Arm, towards Bullock Island. Also, in weed beds around the Kalimna Wall. The town jetties are producing Bream and Trevally on prawn and pilchard. The channels are good for Salmon and Flathead, on hard bodied lures.
Lake Tyers: A recent “comp.” saw Flathead to 80cm being landed, mainly around Trident Arm and Toorloo Arm, using prawn and strips of slimy mackerel. The area between No. 2 jetty and the opening is also worth a try. Blackfellow’s Arm has some good size Bream, taking prawn, pilchard and plastics.
Mitchell River: Bream are biting between Eagle Point and Shadoof Lodge, on spider crab and prawn.
Tambo River: The mouth at Lake King is producing King George Whiting and Bream. Shrimp and sandworm are taking fish.
Nicholson: Good size Bream have been caught around the car bodies, using sandworm and prawn.
Metung: Bancroft Bay has plenty of King George Whiting and a few Bream. Try sandworm and mussel.
Paynesville: Flathead have been landed at the back of Raymond Island, on soft plastics and pilchard. Bream and King George Whiting are in McMillan Strait. Best bait is peeled prawn and pippi. School prawns are in the canals.
Hollands Landing: The wharf has some large Bream being taken on spider crab and prawn.
Marlo: The Snowy River is murky, so the fishing is slow. However, the Brodribb has Bream, Mullet and Estuary Perch at the mouth of Lake Curlip. Hard bodied lures, spider crab and prawn are picking up fish. Bream are also around the rock groynes, and Marlo jetty. Lake Corringle has Luderick. The surf has Tailor and Salmon.
Tamboon Inlet: Mud Point has Bream and Tailor taking prawn and hard bodied lures.
Bemm River: Bream are active in the lake and river. Sandworm and prawn are best bait. Trevally and Flathead are in the channel, taking plastics and peeled prawn. Luderick are biting on sandworm in the lake.
Mallacoota: Plenty of Bream are in the Bottom Lake with Flathead in the Top Lake. Soft plastics, prawn and sandworm are best bait! Tailor are around the wharf, with metal lures catching fish. Offshore, “Gummies” and King Fish are still being landed.
Omeo High Country: The Gibbo and Mitta Mitta Rivers have Brown Trout to 1kg. Worms are producing fish.
Fishing report brought to you courtesy of the Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre.