Lakes Entrance: Large Marlin are being caught as close as 14k out of Lakes, trolling lures. Tailor, Flathead and Salmon are biting around Rigby Island and Nyerimilang Park, using squid, pilchards and prawn. A few King George Whiting are in the weed beds at Kalimna.
Lake Tyers: The lake is still fishing well with Flathead being landed from No. 2 jetty to Mill Point, on soft plastics and prawn. Bream are throughout the system, taking peeled prawn and sandworm.
Mitchell River: Estuary Perch are active around Wy Yung bridge and also between Shadoof Lodge and “The Barrier”. Diving hard bodied lures are picking up fish. Bream are around The Bluff, taking spider crab and prawn.
Tambo River:Howlettts Flat has good size Bream being caught on prawn and mussel.
Nicholson: Bream are cruising from the highway bridge to Pear Tree. Sandworm and prawn are best bait.
Metung: King George Whiting and Flathead are still biting off the boardwalk, as far as the Marina. Try sandworm, prawn and shrimp.
Paynesville: The Strait and jetties are producing Bream on bread and sandworm. Flathead are striking soft plastics around the slipway. King George Whiting, Mullet and Leather Jacket are also being caught.
Hollands Landing: Tom’s Creek is good for Bream, using spider crab and prawn.
Marlo: Extra water coming down the Snowy has made it muddy and made fishing slow. However, Flathead and Mullet are taking soft plastics, prawn and sandworm. Offshore, “Gummies” King Fish and Marlin are “on the go”.
Tamboon Inlet: Bream and Mullet have been landed around Eagons Bank, on shrimp, prawn and sandworm.
Bemm River: Flathead are around the edges of the lake with soft plastics and local prawn taking fish. Plenty of Bream are still around. Hard bodied lures and sandworm are best bait.
Mallacoota: Plenty of Flathead are in the Bottom Lake. Soft plastics and live bait are getting best results. The Top Lake has Bream biting on yabbies and shrimp. Captains Point has a few Luderick.
Omeo High Country: Trout are on the move in the Mitta Mitta and Gibbo Rivers. Worms, crickets and “hoppers” are best bait.
Fishing report brought to you courtesy of the Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre.