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Fishing Report


Weekly Fishing Report Mar 25

Lakes Entrance Fishing Report

Lakes Entrance: The town jetties are producing Mullet and Trevally on sandworm and peeled prawn. King George Whiting have been landed around Nungurner jetty. “Gars” are in good numbers in Cunninghame Arm, east of the footbridge. North Arm is still good for “Gars” on sandworm. Flathead and Tailor are in Reeve Channel.

Lake Tyers: Plenty of Bream are around the “Glasshouse”, taking prawn and blue bait. Mill Point and the main lake has good size Flathead, biting on prawn and soft plastics. Salmon are “on the chew” in the surf and feeding on blue bait and “poppers”.

Mitchell River: The barrier has Bream partial to local prawn and hard bodied lures. Estuary Perch are active after sunset around both bridges. Try green, diving lures.

Tambo River: Bream are cruising between Reynolds Road and the mouth, with local prawn getting good results. Flathead have been around the boat ramp at Punt House Point.

Nicholson: Bream are being caught between the highway and railway bridge. Sandworm and prawn are best bait.

Metung: Some large Bream and Flathead have been landed around the Marina and in Bancroft Bay. Local prawn and soft plastics are catching fish.

Paynesville: Resides jetty on Raymond Island has Flathead and Bream chasing local prawn and soft plastics. Local jetties are also good for Bream, on sandworm.

Hollands Landing: The wood pile area has large Bream biting after sunset, using spider crab and prawn.

Marlo: The Snowy River and Estuary are fishing well with Estuary Perch striking hard bodied lures, around snags. Flathead are favouring soft plastics. Bream, Trevally and Luderick have been taken on sandworm, prawn and spider crab.

Tamboon Inlet: Furnell jetty on the Cann River has Flathead, Bream and Estuary Perch being caught on soft plastics and local prawn.

Bemm River: Flathead and Bream have been landed in the lake using local prawn and sandworm. The channel has Trevally and Tailor feasting on live prawn and shrimp.

Mallacoota: The Narrows have large Flathead and Bream biting on live “poddies”, yabbies and prawn. Plenty of Bream and Tailor are in both lakes. The main wharf has Luderick. “Gummies” and Flathead are offshore.

Omeo High Country: The Gibbo and Livingstone Rivers have Trout chasing spinners and “hoppers”.

Fishing report brought to you courtesy of the Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre.


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