Lakes Entrance: Kalimna Jetty has Trevally taking pilchard. Give the footbridge and Myer Street jetties a go. Surf has been a bit rough with easterly wind but still worth a try for Salmon. Offshore at Six Mile Reef for “Pinkies”, Morwong and “Gummies” closer to the shore. For best results try squid and pilchard.
Lake Tyers: Best spot for Bream, Flathead and Tailor is Fisherman’s Landing, Devil’s Hole and the upper reaches of the Nowa Nowa Arm. Best baits being worm, prawn and lures.
Mitchell River: From “the cut” all the way up to Wy Yung Bridge, Bream are biting on prawn and worm.
Tambo River: From the cliffs to Rough Road seems to be the best spot for Bream and Tailor. Bait of choice being worm, prawn and live yabbies.
Nicholson: Bream can be found at the swimming hole between the bridges using lures and worm. Heading from the reeds towards the poplars are also a spot to try as well.
Metung: The slipway and the boardwalk have Flathead taking prawn as preferred bait. Try the rock wall and for boating Bancroft Bay on lure, worm and prawn.
Paynesville: “The cut” and Eagle Bay are the best spots for Bream. Bait of choice being prawn and worm. Ocean Grange for “Gummies” on squid and pilchard.
Hollands Landing: Lake Wellington is best for Bream with prawn as bait of choice. Surf beaches for Salmon and “Gummies” on squid and pilchard.
Marlo: Surf has been a bit rough but Salmon are about taking pilchard and popper. The island and the two rivers are still the best spots to try for Bream and the “odd” Perch. Preferred bait being worm. Offshore for “Pinkies”.
Bemm River: Prawn and lures are best bait for Bream which are to be found in the lake and river.
Tamboon Inlet: Best spot for Flathead is in Western Bay biting on pilchard. The river mouth and Furnell Landing for Bream on worm. Surf beach has been a bit rough but should settle down soon.
Mallacoota: The Wallagarugh and Genoa Rivers for Bream, Flathead and Tailor. Best results using yabbies and prawn. There are some Perch about taking lures.
Omeo High Country: Best spots for Trout are in the Livingstone and the Mitta Mitta biting on earth worms.a
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