Lakes Entrance: North Arm, Bullock Island, the Cunninghame Arm and town jetties are producing Trevally, Mullet and Tailor, for best results use prawn and pilchard. The surf for Salmon on pilchard and poppers. Offshore for Pinkies and Morwong on squid and pilchards.
Lake Tyers: The Fishing Comp last weekend had good results from Trident Arm with Bream being taken on prawn and lures. On the incoming tide, Trevally and Tailor are taking glassies and lures, the back of Mud Island and towards the Glasshouse for best results.
Mitchell River: At Eagle Point, The Cut and down to the mouth they are catching Bream on sandworm and cut crab. The Highway Bridge for Perch on plastics and hard bodied lures, and Mullet on worm.
Tambo River: Rough Road and towards Punthouse Point for Bream on prawn. Also try Clues Bluff and towards the river mouth.
Nicholson: The Reeds, The Cliffs and up to Strait Six for good size Bream, bait of choice being prawn and worm.
Metung: The town jetties, Marina and the Boardwalk heading towards Chinamans Creek for Bream and Mullet. Best baits are worm and prawn.
Paynesville: Fishermans Wharf, the Straits and Newlands Arm Jetty are all producing Mullet on worm.
Hollands Landing: Try the jetties around Loch Sport for Mullet taking worm. Storm Point and back to Blonde Bay are also worth a try.
Marlo: Up until Thursday fishing in the river system had produced Flathead, Bream and Perch. Best bait prawn, plastics and hard bodied lures.
Tamboon Inlet: Peach Tree Creek for Bream taking prawn. Aeroplane Rocks, Peters Rocks for Luderick taking worm. Try the surf for Salmon on pilchard and poppers.
Bemm River: Bream in the lake taking worm. Luderick around snaggy areas, also taking worm. The surf for Salmon on pilchard and poppers. The rain will change everything!
Mallacoota: All surf beaches are alive with Salmon, for best results use silver lures, pilchard and poppers. Luderick are at the main wharf on local weed. Both Lakes are quiet but in the rivers from Cape Horn up to the Genoa and Wallagaraugh Rivers are producing Flathead and Perch on plastics and lures.
Omeo High Country: It is now a “closed season” until 1st Saturday in September, 2015.
Fishing report brought to you courtesy of the Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre.