The fishing has been fantastic last week once again.
Whiting have been reported schooling in large numbers in the river and on some local beaches, live beach worms and fresh prawns have been responsible for some great catches.
Flathead and bream are still in good numbers around the lower reaches of the Richmond with the clean water pushing further up the river.
Surface lures are still very popular for whiting in the shallows such as the Atomic soft pop 50mm and 75mm Bassday sugar pen.
Good numbers of mud crabs are still being caught in North Creek with Mullet being the preferred bait of choice.
Rapala ripstops and Rap-v series blades landing great Flathead.
The tailor are still being caught off the walls and around Blackhead at the moment with metals and pilchards doing the damage.
Offshore the water is certainly warming up ready for Mackerel season,
Anglers are reporting a few here and there but this has slowed as the swell has been too large for fishing offshore the last couple of days.
Beach fishing has been slow due to the swell and amount of people staying at home, the anglers that put in the effort over the weekend certainly caught great fish so it is still worth your time to go out and wet a line.
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