Lakes Entrance: Some Trevally, Whiting and Mullet are around the town jetties and heading up the North Arm for Bream, best baits being worm and peeled prawn. The surf is quiet and offshore for Pinkies and Morwong. Try pilchard and squid for bait.
Lake Tyers: On the incoming tide, around the islands and heading to the Glasshouse for Bream taking plastics and prawn. Mill Point, Long Point and Burnt Bridge for good size Bream on sandworm and prawn. Tailor are also cruising about.
Mitchell River: The Barrier, Grassy Banks and down to the Two Bells for Bream taking worm. The Backwater for Perch. Mullet at the Highway Bridge on worm and vibes.
Tambo River: From Marshalls Flats and down to the snags for Bream, best bait being worm. Try the Blue Hole and the Cliffs areas as well.
Nicholson: From the Little Cliffs, the 2nd Fence and down to Thumb point for good size Bream using worm.
Metung: Try the Rockwall for Bream taking worm and prawn. Give the shallow banks a try around dusk for Flathead.
Paynesville: Raymond Island Jetties for Bream on prawn. Leatherjackets are taking prawn, use small hooks. Mullet are about most jetties taking worm. Tailor in the Lake, trolling with lures for best results.
Hollands Landing: Hollands Landing and back through McLennan Strait for Bream on prawn. Also try Tom’s Creek and into Jones Bay. Secombe Landing in deep water at night using mullet for some Mulloway.
Marlo: The Brodribb and Snowy rivers have Bream to 44cm, best baits are sandworm and prawn. Also Luderick and Mullet are about taking worm. The surf beaches for Salmon with pilchard and poppers. Offshore for Flathead and Gummy Shark on pilchard and squid.
Tamboon Inlet: Pelican Point and Old Man Point for Bream taking prawn. Aeroplane Rocks and Peters Rock for Bream near the drop-off on the run out tide.
Bemm River: Nice Bream in the lakes and the lower stretches of the river. Bait of choice being sandworm. The surf has produced good Salmon on blue bait and poppers.
Mallacoota: Luderick at the Main Wharf and Fisheries taking local weed. Bream in the Top Lake heading up to the upper reaches of the two Rivers. Best baits are prawn and bass yabbies. Surf for Salmon taking pilchard and poppers.
Omeo High Country: The Mitta Mitta, Gibbo and Livingstone Rivers at the bottom end are producing good Trout, best baits being scrubbies, celtars, spoons and bronze or silver wobblers. SWIFTS CREEK FISHING CLUB HAS A COMP. ON 19TH SEPTEMBER.
Fishing report brought to you courtesy of the Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre.