Lakes Entrance: Good size luderick have been landed under the highway bridge on weed and sandworm. King George whiting and a few leather jacket have been taken off Bullock Island using pippi and squid. The town jetties are good for mullet, with salmon off Eastern Beach
Lake Tyers: The entrance is closed except at high tide. Flathead are biting around No 2 Jetty and the sand flats near the entrance. Pilchard and plastics are picking up fish. Bream and a few trevally are throughout the lake with tailor at Long Point.
Mitchell River: Bream have been caught under the highway bridge and at Grassy Bank. Try spider crab and prawn. Some estuary perch are in the backwater and striking hard bodied green lures.
Tambo River: Clues Bluff is producing bream on peeled prawn and shrimp.
Nicholson: Tailor have been taken at Strait Six on metal lures. Bream and trevally are prevalent at Little Cliffs with peeled prawn and sand worm catching fish.
Metung: The wharf is good for bream and king george whiting. Prawn and shrimp are best bait.
Paynesville: Bream are biting off the town jetties on bread, sand worm and prawn. Lake Reeve has good size flathead with mullet around the top of Raymond Island.
Hollands Landing: Bream have been landed at Tom’s Creek using sandworm and soft plastics.
Marlo: The Brodribb and Snowy Rivers are fishing well with bream, mullet and the odd estuary perch being caught. Hard bodied plastics and prawn are producing fish. Large luderick are around the rock groynes. The surf has salmon and tailor.
Tamboon Inlet: Bream have been taken between Mud Point and the campsite. Local prawn and sandworm are best bait.
Bemm River: The lakes and river have plenty of bream taking sandworm and local prawn. Some luderick have also been caught. The surf has been good for gummies.
Mallacoota: Bream are active in both lakes with yabbies and prawn catching fish. The narrows are good for flathead and trevally, with the wharf offering luderick.
Omeo High Country: The Mitta Mitta River is still good for brown trout using hoppers and worm.
Fishing report brought to you courtesy of the Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre.