Paynesville and Eagle Point Fishing Report - November 2013
Bream, perch, salmon and tailor have been active at the mouth and lake. Try worm and prawn bait for salmon and laser lures and vibes (trolling slowly) for tailor.
Tambo and Nicholson Rivers Fishing Report - November 2013
Big bream have been caught on mussels, peeled prawn and worm.
Metung Fishing Report - November 2013
Good sized bream and flathead have been caught on prawn, worm and soft plastics.
Lakes Entrance and Lake Tyres Fishing Report - November 2013
Salmon and tailor have been caught around the footbridge at dusk on metal lures and pilchard fillets. Luderick and trevelly have been caught around the town jetties on peeled prawn and sandworm. Lake Tyers, Trident Arm at Nowa Nowa is producing good sized flathead on soft plastics and bait. Other parts of Lake Tyers is producing good sized bream on peeled prawn bait.
Marlo and Bemm River Fishing Report - November 2013
Marlo River has been quiet with some bream and perch being caught by the patient angler. Bemm River is a similar story.
Mallacoota Fishing Report - November 2013
Luderick have been caught around the jetties and perch at Gypsy Point on soft plastics. Offshore fishing has produced good sized gummies on eel bait.
Braybrook Fishing Report - November 2013
Snapper are being caught throughout the bay at the moment. Most fishos bagging out within 40 minutes. However on some days the fish are off the bite due to weather. Pinkies a general bi-catch of snapper are being landed while fishing for snapper. The fresh water guys are loving the amount of trout out and about. A few fishos are targeting them in lakes and estuaries. Lake Parambite is producing a fair few fish. Squid and whiting being targeted throughout the St Lenards areas. Maribyrnong River is producing some bream and works well for fishos that don’t want to travel too far.
Fishing Report - November 2013
Strong winds continue to hamper any angler looking to put a feed of snapper together. The conditions really have been poor over the past few months but the few crews that have braved the conditions have caught a few nice reds in Port Phillip Bay and Western Port. Fingers crossed that when the weather comes good, the snapper will be out in force. On the freshwater scene there have been a few nice trout and redfin caught at Lake Wendouree. The reddies should really start to fire up as the water temperature warms.