Dave's Fishing Report from Snowy River Tackle Marlo
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It's been awhile since we have had a fishing report, (we have all been busy over the summer holidays)
just ring Dave at Snowy River Tackle to find out the latest
and I will try and get a report from him soon :)
Monday 24th October 2011
The river has cleaned up nicely after the environmental flows down the Snowy, and the fishing has been great.
Good numbers of Bream and Perch are being taken from the Snowy Estuary and the Snowy River, using both bait and lures.
Good numbers of flathead and the odd gummy and 7 gill shark have been taken from offshore.
The water temperature is around 14 deg at present and things are warming up.
Plenty of Salmon still around off the beaches and the Snowy Entrance.
Taylor are still fishing in good numbers.
Sunday 3rd July 2011
Still plenty of fresh water coming down the river.
Good numbers of Bream, Trevally and the occassional estuary Perch have ben caught between the entrance and the Marlo Jetty, using vibes, plastics and hard body lures.
Plenty of Tailor (skipjacks) have beeen caught around the bottom of the first island and back to the entrance.
Harry Keremidas landed a 140cm Barracoota from Point Ricardo.
Monday 30th June 2011
Marlo has experienced large amounts of freshwater of late, which has slowed the fishing a little.
However, there is still good fishing to be had if you want to work for them.
Reports of some good size Bream have been caught at Frenches Narrows and Lake Corringle.
Still catching Salmon around Marlo on the surf beaches, however they have slowed somewhat.
Michael Gough (below left), caught a nice 45cm Bream from the Marlo Jetty using frozen prawn.
Tony Briggs (below right), of Marlo, caught a 2.95kb Salmon in the estuary, trawling a slug lure.
Harry Keramidas landed a 3.2kb (7.22lb) Salmon from Point Ricardo.
Monday 30th May 2011
Salmon are in large numbers inside the Snowy River entrance, apporx 1-2 hours after low tide change.
Tailor and Trevally are being caught in good numbers from the entrance and up to cabbage tree island.
Luderick are also around in good numbers.
John & Steve Westcott from Melbourne had a great day out last Saturday, reported as saying it was
"the best luderick fishing they have had for some time"........well done boys
Salmon are still in good numbers at all the surf beaches at Marlo.
Rhys Serong from Langwarrin porduced a Salmon for the scales at Snowy River Tackle.
2.6 kgs (gilled & gutted) caught at Marlo Beach (near the entrance).....good work Rhys
Local fly fisherman extraordinaire, Andrew Martin, hooked onto some nice Yellowtail Kingfish off Cape Conran a few weeks ago.
One which topped the scales at 2.44 kgs..........love your work Andrew
Flathead are still going strong at present, many have been caught in 15 - 18 meters of water.
Also a 5ft Bronze Whaler was reported caught at Marlo Reef.
Wednesday 11th May 2011
Spike and Judy, visiting from Eden, had a great day out fishing the estuary yesterday.
Using frozen prawn they managed to catch a couple of great bream.
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