Lakes Entrance: The footbridge has trevally, best results on blue bait. Salmon on the beaches for the brave. Plenty of prawns in the lakes. Off shore for snapper and gummies. Best bait squid and pilchards.
Lake Tyers: Bream are about from Mud Island, Gordon Bight and Blackfellows Arm. Try no 2 jetty as well. Best bait prawn and soft plastics.
Mitchell River: Bream are about at Eagle Point, the cut and back to grassy banks. Bait of choice being prawn and spider crab. With the weather conditions patience is required.
Tambo River: Local prawn and mussel are picking up fish. Best try the river mouth area but rug up well.
Nicholson: With conditions as they are bream are heading into the lake. Best spots to try are Jones Island and towards the river mouth. Prawn is worth a try.
Metung: Fishing is a bit quiet, but for the hardy souls try the boardwalk and Shaving Point for whiting and the odd flatty. Worm and soft plastics are preferred bait.
Paynesville: King Street jetties, Newlands Arm and the strait for bream taking prawn and plastics.
Hollands Landing: Medusa Point and Griffin Point for flathead, bream and some mullet. Best bait being prawn, white bait and cut pilchard. Toms creek is also worth a try.
Marlo: Not good fishing weather but Lake Corringle has bream taking sandworm and prawn. Try the rock groynes for luderick and the narrows for flathead, bream, salmon and mullet. The surf beach has salmon and tailor on pilchard and poppers.
Tamboon Inlet: Peach Tree Creek for bream on fresh prawn and worm. Fishermans Landing for mullet and tailor also taking worm and prawn. Try the surf beach for salmon.
Bemm River: The entrance is still open, bream are in the lake taking local prawn. Water levels are rising steadily.
Mallacoota: With wet and windy conditions the brave can find trevally from the new jetty on brown lures. Luderick are at Captains Point and the main jetties taking weed. Try the Cow Paddocks for bream. The surf is a bit wild but some salmon are about.
Omeo High Country: As a result of weather conditions the rivers are rising, for those who venture out trout are taking scrubbies and nymphs.
Fishing report brought to you courtesy of the Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre.