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Recfishwest's State-wide Fishing Report 18 August 2023 ūüé£

 | By Seamus on 8/18/2023 4:14:00 AM | Views (194)
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Fishing Report
18/08/23
If you're looking for some of the most spectacular aerial snaps of pelagics, look no further than the Instagram page of @hannesribbner. This dolphinfish is complemented by some of the most crisp and stunning billfish snaps you'll ever see. Now that Dampier and Point Samson just had FADs deployed for the first time ever in their waters this week, boaties could see flying pelagics just like this dolly. More details on these FADs below!
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Wes Jones @snipes1089 and this thumper swordfish caught in the waters off Exmouth certainly takes the cake for pic and catch of the week. Of all the billfish species, swordfish reportedly taste the best and some anglers opt to take them home for delicious feeds when landed. Marlin and other species of billfish such as sailfish are more known for their fighting profile rather than their eating quality. 

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FOUR FADS DEPLOYED OFF DAMPIER AND POINT SAMSON FOR FIRST TIME EVER!   

It's been a great week for Pilbara fishers with four FADs hitting the drink off Dampier and Point Samson!

Click here for more info on the deployments of these FADs and good luck to all competitors in this weekend's Dampier Classic! The Recfishwest team will be present at the filleting table for our Fishing for Science program, so make sure you come on over and say g'day. 

Broome catches
There was an impressive spike in the number and sizes of barramundi caught this week around Broome and @j3llis landed one of the biggest of the bunch. Most fishers have remained tight-lipped on where most of the barra were turning up, but Langies or Telegraph pool would be good starting points. 


Boats

Out at Grey Shoal black marlin around the 30kg mark and sailfish have been hitting trolled teasers with a few tuna and Spanish mackerel among them. The better mackerel catches have come from 10-25m depths with trolled Halco Laser Pros or Rapalas getting the job done. The 40-60m depths have produced red emperor around the 50cm mark along with Rankin cod around 45cm and coral trout. Roebuck Bay itself has been quieter with no reports of northern mulloway or tripletail, but the Fingers and Crab Creek have been holding barramundi up to 80cm and 70-90cm threadfin salmon, with trolled vibes or deep-diving hard-bodies good lure options for them. Saturday is looking best for the boaties but Sunday looks a tad choppy, Monday through to Wednesday also looks decent. 

Shore-based

At Town Beach Jetty queenfish, trevally, javelin fish and school mackerel have been about, while bigger trevally, queenfish, school mackerel and bluebone have been caught from the Port Jetty. At Coconut Wells and Cable Beach whiting and a few blue-nosed salmon have been landed, while out at Quandong Point trevally and queenfish have been active. Willie Creek has fished well for mangrove jack and bluebone have been caught from the rocks at Gantheaume Point, while in the Fitzroy River reports of barramundi up to 1m have come in. Anglers have been secretive about their barramundi spots, but Langies and Telegraph Pool would be good starting points. For the best tips and gear for your fishing expedition, make sure you visit the helpful pros at Tackle World Broome for advice and they will provide details on spots with the best access for a flick.
Exmouth catches
The long, slender, tooth-filled pelagics just loved the limelight this week around Exmouth. This cracker of a wahoo was landed by the @reelsaltyaus crew off Winderabandi Point. 

Boats

A lot of action this week for Exmouth! Last weekend and into Monday offered glamour conditions with some days a tad slow and others superb. Plenty of boats have been heading out west to a wide range of depths where trolled Richter Soft Grassys and small Bonzes skirts have accounted for sailfish, black marlin and dolphinfish. A few boats have gone very far out to depths of up to 800m and encountered swordfish to 90kg. Red emperor activity has also been cranking with some crews unable to get away from them so they could round out their bags with other species. The reds have been most active in 100-120m depths, which have also offered goldband snapper and cod, but reds have also come from water as shallow as 20m. Straight off the west side ruby snapper, pearl perch and cod have been the main catches in depths from 150m. Behind the reef at Tantabiddi in 10-30m depths Spanish mackerel have been hitting trolled lures including Halco Laser Pros, Samaki Pacemakers and Strada Pro Trackas. On the ledges and bommies of the Gulf spangled emperor have been everywhere along with a lot of Rankin cod and, at Cooper Shoal, plenty of blue-lined emperor fell victim to soft plastics and weighted baits. Boats trolling Halco deep-diving lures in 10-30m depths in the same areas have enjoyed hook-ups on Spanish, school and broadbar mackerel. Another prized species that's been active in the Gulf this week is cobia, with Connor Luff managing to land seven in one day on fly-fishing gear while prospecting likely ground and looking for pelagics on the surface which cobia often swim with. Cobia have also been landed in good numbers next to King Reef. Close in on the right side of the town marina big squid have been plentiful in just 2m depths. This weekend should be another cracker for the boats so get out there.  

Shore-based


Another toothy, pointy boy featuring in the Exmouth section this week (the barracuda, not @jasonletrann who managed to land this cracker off the beach this week). Just a heads up, the slime on barracuda's isn't too friendly on the nose or clothes, so try to minimise touching it. Fair to say it's one of the reasons why they are so brutally quick through the water. 

Down at Learmonth there have been plenty of decent-sized whiting and squid from the jetty, along with bream and small trevally. Bundegi with its resident schools of baitfish has produced a range of trevally species including brassy, giant and golden, along with queenfish. Fly-fishers have been targeting spangled emperor from Bundegi up to the Mildura Wreck and they have also been caught on regular tackle there and at the Lighthouse. In the Town Marina, small Zman Grubz are accounting for mangrove jack, bream and small trevally, while at Wapet Creek mangrove jack catches have been complemented by a few bream and javelin fish. Big thanks to the great crew from Tackle World Exmouth for their tips! 
 
 
Kalbarri catches
Gideon Mettam has swapped the south coast cliffs for the pristine waters of Shark Bay this week and managed to find some solid pinkies in the shallows, check out his latest video on the Gido's Fishing Adventures YouTube channel. 


Boats

There's been minimal boating action despite ideal conditions for pelagics last weekend and early into the week. There were heaps of baitfish about and overcast skies, which normally fire up Spanish mackerel yet boats searched far and wide without even a jump or hook-up to report. This could be due to the fish gorging on schools, making them lethargic and lazy. If they don't seem to be firing up, try mixing up the tactics such as using ganged garfish on the troll, skirts, deeper diving lures that can reach 3-6m and sticking to speeds of 5-6 knots which tends to be the sweet spot. The conditions this weekend should be ideal once again and trolling or flicking lures around in close could result in decent tailor next to the reef breaks for boats sticking in close. 

Shore-based

Once again the Murchison River has saved the day with chopper tailor and a few yellowfin whiting and the odd unsuccessful mulloway hook-up at the Sand Spit. Those fishing right at the river mouth this week found there were too many pickers and relocated to the Spit for much better returns. In fact, the further up the river, the better the fishing has generally been. While the Marina Jetty has offered cod, mud crabs, a few chopper tailor, mulloway and bream, the better bream have come from 5-6km up river around Castle Rock, where several mulloway around the 1m mark have been landed. Ocean-wise, dart and chopper tailor have come from the Red Bluff and Wittecarra area and Red Bluff has also held garfish and herring which seemed to have been feeding on maggot-infested weed. Anglers fishing from the gorges when the swells have been down have hooked and lost pink snapper but landed a few Samson fish, while at Frustrations some good mulloway have been caught. Down at Lucky Bay a few catches of bigger tailor have been reported. Should be great land-based fishing conditions this weekend. Big thanks to Dean from Kalbarri Sports and Dive for his tips as always!
Geraldton catches
Another week, another girthy Samson fish for @mat.svenson off his yak in Geraldton's waters. We're not sure if he has a net to scoop these fish into his lap, so if he's lifting these 20kg+ fish out of the water himself for a quick snap before releasing them then he is a certified beefcake. 


Boats

The back of Point Moore has offered squid, as has the stretch from Point Moore around to Pages Beach with herring also about. Between the reefs at Point Moore solid skippy have been landed. While the pelagic activity offshore has been rather quiet this week, persistence has been the key and some anglers (including Mat Svenson pictured above) have come across some solid Samson fish in relatively close in depths of 10-30m. Saturday morning is looking best for the boaties if you're thinking of punching out although the rest of the week is looking choppy and windy. 

Shore-based

Northampton District Fishing Club went to Horrocks last weekend and most anglers landed tailor between 35-45cm. The party of 20 also caught 18 mulloway between 6.5kg and 10kg but found sharks were a nuisance at times. The Horrocks jetty also produced squid despite floating weed and strong currents. In Geraldton, whiting catches have been good from the back of the Fishing Boat Harbour around to Separation Point and the key to success has been finding clear water. Herring and flathead have been mixed in with the whiting, while at Point Moore pike have been caught in good numbers. Drummonds Cove either side of the point has produced tailor with anglers doing much better on lures, especially the casting jig style in the Silver Flash colour in the 40-60g range. Saturday morning is looking like the best land-based window for now. Big thanks to Geraldton Sports Centre for their report as always! 
Lancelin catches
Lancelin's Fishing guru Peter Fullarton from Tailored Treks got Chris O'Leary onto a decent looking gutter where several school-sized mulloway were lurking. He took one home for a feed and let the others swim off to fight another day. 


Boats

Only a small number of boats have been heading out west during the ban period, but they have been reporting an increase in numbers of tuna schools offshore. For the best results, try trolling skirts and deeper diving lures that can reach 3-6m depths at speeds of about 5-6 knots. Small whaler sharks have been caught in 25-35m depths when floating baits in the burley trail. Kayaks and small boats have also made good use of some calm conditions, scoring mixed bags of snook, skippy and herring. Squid have also been highly active in the bay, with the broken patches of sand and weed producing the most catches. Saturday and Sunday morning is looking best for a quick duck out. 

Shore-based



The Shire of Gingin is proposing to heavily restrict 4WD access to some of the best fishing beaches around Lancelin, Ledge Point, Seabird and Guilderton. If 4WD-ing to your favourite fishing spots is important ‚Äď make sure you have your say by making a submission to the Shire of Gingin. If you want to find out more about what is proposed and talk to council representatives, there is a community information session on Saturday (19 August) at Seabird Hall, Chalon Avenue, Seabird from 10:00am to 12:30pm.¬†To take a closer look at exactly what is being proposed and to make a public submission visit the Shire‚Äôs website by clicking here.¬†¬†

Lancelin jetty has been fishing very well for herring on the stormy nights, with anglers having no difficulty reaching the bag limit of 20 if required. With clear water and low tides, herring were tentative to bite on the calmer nights, requiring a little more effort to gather a feed. There have been some good catches of squid and sand whiting in the early mornings off the jetty too. Beaches were also fishing extremely well over the new moon period with some great greenback tailor in the gutters along with a run of school mulloway in the 60-80cm range. A couple of larger fish around the 1m mark were reported off the open beaches too where small whaler sharks have been caught after sunset as bycatch. Big thanks to Peter Fullarton for his tips as always and make sure you check out his Tailored Treks fishing tours as they are great fun. 
 
 
Esperance catches
The results are in for Southern Sports & Tackle's Chase the Kraken comp with 73 entries in total! It was the best load of catches in the comp's history, with six squid crossing the magical 40cm hood mark. The first prize went to Tijs Loonies, who took home over $1,000 with a stonker 45cm hood. Ben Liddelow landed a 43cm whopper to take out 2nd place. Just shows Esperance is king for squid that make your reels sing! 


Boats

Hordes of Samson fish around the 10kg mark with some 35kg monsters thrown in have been stretching arms and testing tackle at Black and Observatory islands, while nannygai have started the week slow but catches have since improved. The 40-70m depths favoured by nannygai have also produced excellent breaksea cod in the 2-3kg range. At Lion Island and inside of Observatory Island queen snapper up to 8kg have been caught on squid baits drifted over the inshore reefs. In Esperance Bay boats drifting between the port rock walls and the Town Jetty have done well on squid with both numbers and sizes impressive, while whiting have been biting all day behind the surf club, at Fourth Beach and in Wylie Bay.

Shore-based

Time to dust off your beach gear, the last two runs of the year for the Esperance Land-Based Fishing Club are back on again with the first comp being this weekend! Get down to the deep sea angling club this Saturday 19th of august at 9.30am for the sign in and briefing to try score some points and prizes before the season is over!

It was a cracker of a week for land-based fishers. Salmon have continued to be in plague proportions with thumping fish weighing well over 5kg delighting anglers with instant hook-ups this week. Roses Beach has been a particular standout with a three-tonne school of fish in a feeding frenzy in just a metre of water hitting anything thrown at them, including squid jigs, bits of old rope tied on to a hook and even Killer Python lollies (not sure how we feel about sacrificing those) threaded on to a jighead in a session most west coast salmon chasers can only dream about! Closer to town good salmon catches also came from Fourth Beach and Observatory Beach in the afternoons. Mulloway averaging 1m have been caught at 14-Mile Beach and Rossiters. Dunn and Tagon beaches have held gummy sharks and at the 10-Mile Lagoon, 50cm-plus flathead have been caught. At Wylie Bay and Stockyards deep gutters close to shore with a strong current flowing through them bode well for mulloway, gummy sharks and big skippy this weekend. The Town Jetty has produced plenty of big squid, some with hoods over 40cm, as well as lots of herring and garfish on sunset. Taylor Street Jetty has held King George whiting up to 40cm and the foreshore is likely for whiting as well. Bandy Creek Boat Harbour has produced good skippy and a few flounder, while Stokes Inlet held plenty of bream, some up to 40cm. Saturday and Sunday morning look best for now. Big thanks to Southern Sport & Tackle  for their report as always! 
Great Southern catches
With Albany sitting outside of the current west coast demersal closure between Kalbarri and Augusta, it's been another great week for catches. This healthy specimen was landed by @breaksea13 with the Nomad Squidtrex getting the job done. 


Boats

Conditions were good over the weekend, perhaps a little too good as fishers in King George Sound found that the glassy sea and lack of water movement made the fish shut down once the sun was high in the sky. The early birds did however manage to find quite a few squid and some King George whiting around the 35-40cm mark. Boats that went out to the coral grounds fared better earlier in the week with good bags of species including queen snapper, dhufish, pink snapper, nannygai, breaksea cod, harlequin fish and blue groper. Some boats picked up a few tuna on the troll between spots, so it's always worth having a skirt or deeper diving lure trolling 20-30m off the back of the boat. Some moderate westerlies will roll through this weekend with a swell of around 2m but the swell and wind will increase from Sunday. 

Shore-based

Good skippy have come from Bluff Creek, some well over 1kg, while the sand patch has offered big tailor and a few salmon. Neither the tailor or salmon have been schooling and only a few fish are being caught from each session. At Emu Point and Gull Rock the edge of the clear and dirty water has produced King George whiting up to 40cm, while the town marina has offered lots of pickers and a few herring but also good squid on the afternoon tide change despite the water being very dirty. Squid jigs in bright green colours that cut through the gloom have worked well at the marina. Bream activity in the local river systems continues to be slow. Big thanks to the crew from Trailblazers in Albany for their tips!

South West catches
The thumper pink snapper are still coming in hot off the beaches in our South-West and @kristy_diable managed to land this beauty off the beach around Dalyellup. Nice work Kristy! 


Boats

Offshore activity has been pretty quiet but tuna catches have been widespread and consistent in the 20m depths. Apart from Geographe Bay, King George whiting have been hard to find but squid are about and catches have been quite good when the water is clear, both in close or further out. The 14m depths have been one of the sweet spots, especially around Forrest and Peppermint beaches. As well as King George whiting, the broken ground in Geographe Bay has offered a few skippy, while tuna have been active in deeper water. Squidding has generally been rewarding with the 4-5m depths out from Dolphin Road one of the better spots and the same area also fishing well for King George whiting. Saturday is looking decent, although Sunday may be a tad windy and choppy. 

Shore-based

Pink snapper fishers have been doing well on drones around Preston Beach which held a few tailor and herring earlier in the week. Other good pink snapper catches have come from Myalup and Dalyellup, while mulloway catches have been best at Belvedere and Buffalo beaches. Tailor action at these beaches has slowed, but fishing from the rock walls with burley should produce a feed of herring. Mulloway action has also been good at Busselton Jetty but pink snapper catches have tapered off there. The jetty also produced herring and a few squid although the water clarity has been very poor. A golden tip is to check the live underwater camera feed at Busselton Jetty, if it's clear, you should have better luck for squid. Bream activity in the Collie River has slowed and at the Bunbury Cut the dirty water has offered little more than blowies. Saturday and Monday through to Wednesday is looking better for land-based fishers in our South-West. Kudos to the crew from Whitey's Tackle for their tips!

Freshwater

This photo from Simon Holland @southernforests_angler is just another reason to head into the pristine South-West forests. It doesn't get much better than flowing streams filled with rainbow trout, with this healthy fish released back into the waters of Eastbrook. 
Trout activity is picking up in South West rivers with rainbows around 30cm coming from the Collie River around Honeymoon Pool, the Donnelly River around One-Tree Bridge and also the Preston River. Hard-bodied lures have worked well on the rainbows including old favourites like Tassie Devils and Halco RMG Scorpions which have plenty of wiggle action and make a fair bit of rattle underwater. A few rainbows have also come from Wellington Dam, while at Harvey Dam good numbers of redfin perch have been smashing soft plastics fished around the dam wall and a few small rainbow trout have been caught there as well. If you catch any great trout or redfin, make sure you message us a snap of the catch to our Instagram page @recfishwest. 
 
Mandurah and surrounds


Mandurah

Strong-flowing dirty water has made estuary fishing challenging with only a few small whiting at the estuary end of the Dawesville Cut and herring right along the length of the rock wall. The Cut's rock walls are fishing better at the top of the tide when the current isn't as strong, while at low tide floating weed makes fishing difficult. In the Murray River around Dudley Park bream fishers have caught a few small specimens but have been thwarted by swarms of yellowtail grunter. Chopper tailor have been caught from beaches north and south of town, while the better pink snapper catches have come from south of Dawesville. Offshore at Five Fathom Bank there have been lots of chunky skippy, while on the sand inside of Five Fathom sand whiting have been in good numbers. Big King George whiting have been caught out from Dawesville in 30-40m depths along with small tuna, which are also out the back of the Five Fathom. Saturday is looking great for both boat and land-based fishers but Sunday could be a tad choppy and windy. Make sure you pay a visit to the great crew from Tackle World Miami for the best tips and gear! 

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King George whiting averaging 40cm have been eagerly snaffling baits in 15m depths, especially in Cockburn Sound, Mangles Bay, out from Point Peron and inside of Garden Island. Plenty of sand whiting and a few skippy have been among them and sand whiting have been caught closer in on the sand in 5m depths as well, while bigger numbers of skippy have been at Five Fathom Bank. Exposed offshore reefs such as Mewstones have produced tailor around the 1kg mark which have been hitting unweighted mulies and stickbaits. For land-based fishers Port Kennedy and Secret Harbour beaches have produced tailor, herring and whiting but finding places to fish free of weed has been a challenge at times. An easier option has been Long Point which has held these species plus a few small skippy, while bigger fish such as mulloway and Samson fish are always a possibility there. Woodman Point and the Ammo Jetty have held their usual fare of herring and squid, while Rockingham and Palm Beach jetties have herring, sand whiting and a few chopper tailor. The rock walls at Coogee Marina could be worth a try for tarwhine and bream on Saturday. Big thanks to Compleat Angler Rockingham for their tips!  
Perth catches
Yellowtail kingfish have been more active this past week across a wide range of depths and Clay Lewis @clays_saltyvibez managed to end a bit of a fishing drought (happens to all of us) to land this solid kingie in metro waters. Nice work mate! 

Boats

Excellent conditions earlier in the week gave boaties plenty of options. King George whiting were heavily targeted and good bags were caught with sizes mostly around the 40cm mark. A few 50-60cm kidney-slappers were thrown in the mix and if you manage to catch one monster over 60cm, make sure you message a snap to the Recfishwest Instagram page. The 20-30m depths proved successful for the KG's and the better spots included off Mindarie and Ocean Reef along with the 10-20m depths around Rottnest and Garden islands. Squid were also plentiful with lots of sand whiting among them. Kayak fishers did well on squid in 9m depths off South Beach near Freo and up at Pinnaroo Point yak fishers added plump skippy to their squid catches. Good skippy have also come from waters around Rottnest and Garden islands. Windmills has fished very well for sand whiting. In the 40m depths off Rottnest's West End, tuna schools have provided lots of fun which ratcheted up when big yellowtail kingfish took a liking to the small skirted lures meant for tuna. Tuna have also been in good numbers out from Hillarys in 25-35m depths. In similar depths south of Rottnest Samson fish around the 20kg mark have been caught. All of Saturday and Sunday morning look great before the wind and swell spikes from midday on Sunday. 
 

Shore-based

The Fremantle moles were a lot quieter for pink snapper this week but North Mole had plenty of herring, a few skippy and good squid close in near Rous Head. South Mole also offered a few squid and herring. Pink snapper have been landed from the beaches and groynes north of Hillarys and up to Wilbinga, mostly by drone fishers, while some good tailor were also about. A couple of solid land-based snapper came from the north side of Rottnest Island early this week and tailor have been in good numbers from Cottesloe up to Trigg, with most fish in the 35-45cm range. Floreat has been a decent tailor spot, while the reefy areas around Cottesloe and Trigg have also offered a few skippy as a tailor bycatch. The Swan River offered mixed bags for those prepared to put in a bit of effort. The Claremont area had chopper tailor and a few squid, along with a few surprise flathead. The flathead catches have actually been very good for this time of year and some excellent afternoon sessions have been reported by anglers fishing the drop-offs with hard-bodied lures in the lower reaches. Up river, flathead have been frequenting deep holes and pylons and have been hitting soft plastics. Bream are the main winter staple in the Swan River system and the better spots for them this week have been the Narrows, Burswood, Canning and Mt Henry bridges and Garrett Road Bridge. Soft plastic lures such as 3-inch paddletails have been catching lots of fish with natural colours such as motor oil, bloodworm and watermelon working well and bright green at night. Soapy mulloway have been a bycatch at all these locations with the Canning and Mt Henry bridges fishing particularly well for them. Saturday and Sunday morning look like ideal land-based windows. Big thanks to Anglers Fishing World in Freo for their tips! 
 
 
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Catch Information

Species:
Australasian Snapper
Australasian Snapper

Barramundi
Barramundi

Black Marlin
Black Marlin

Bluefish
Bluefish

Breaksea Cod
Breaksea Cod

Cobia
Cobia

Coral Trout
Coral Trout

Dhufish
Dhufish

Dusky Flathead
Dusky Flathead

Flathead Catfish
Flathead Catfish

Flounder
Flounder

Great Barracuda
Great Barracuda

Grunter Bream
Grunter Bream

Gummy Shark
Gummy Shark

Mahi-mahi
Mahi-mahi

Mangrove Red Snapper
Mangrove Red Snapper

Mulloway
Mulloway

This Fishing Report was submitted on 8/18/2023 4:14:00 AM by Seamus and last updated on 8/20/2023 10:51:02 PM.


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