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Fishing Report


Fishing Report March 5, 2015

Gippsland Lakes Fishing Report

Lakes Entrance: Good sized Luderick are being caught around the rock wall at Kalimna. Flathead are in the channels between Fraser and Rigby Islands, taking soft plastics, prawn and pilchard. The footbridge has Salmon and Trevally biting on metal lures and local prawn.

Lake Tyers: Flathead have been landed in the shallows around Blackfellows Arm and the “Glasshouse” on local prawn and soft plastics. Best times are at sunrise and late p.m. Bream and the “odd” Tailor are cruising between No. 2 jetty and the Waterwheel Tavern.

Mitchell River: Eagle Point is producing Bream on spider crab and prawn. Bass are busy around Lindenow, taking shrimp and soft plastics.

Tambo River:Patient anglers have been rewarded with Bream around the mouth. Local prawn and mussel are picking up fish.

Nicholson: Bream are active between the swimming hole and the mouth of the river. Try prawn and sandworm.

Metung: Flathead and King George Whiting are biting around the marina, using shrimp, sandworm and soft plastics.

Paynesville: The jetties are still good for Bream. King George Whiting, Flathead and Mullet are in the strait. Best bait is local prawn, sandworm and plastics.

Hollands Landing: The woodpile area has good size bream being caught on prawn, whitebait and pilchard.

Marlo: The Snowy River is still murky, so best fishing has been in Lake Corringle and the Brodribb River. These contain Flathead, Mullet, Bream and Estuary Perch. Live prawn, sandworm and soft plastics are catching fish.

Tamboon Inlet: Flathead and Bream have been landed around Peters Rock using soft plastics, prawn and shrimp.

Bemm River: Bream are taking local prawn and surface lures in the lake. The channel has Flathead and Trevally “on the go” using soft plastics and prawn.

Mallacoota: The Bottom Lake has Flathead striking soft plastics, with Bream biting on yabbies and prawn. A few Mulloway are in the narrows. Fish fillets are best bait. Some Luderick and Trevally are around the wharf. The surf has Salmon and Yellow Fin Bream chasing pilchard, poppers and bluebait.

Omeo High Country: Windy weather has kept anglers at bay, but some keen ones are taking Trout in the Gibbo and Mitta Mitta Rivers, on bait.

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

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