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Recfishwest's State-wide Fishing Report 13 October 2023 ūüé£

 | By Seamus on 10/13/2023 1:55:50 AM | Views (259)
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Fishing Report
13/10/23
Bonefish can grow to just over one metre in length and love to roam the shallows to feed over sandflats, mudflats and seagrass beds with the incoming tide. Exmouth Gulf is a cracker of a spot to find this species and they are a popular target for fly fishers due to their hard fights, but are found from around Geraldton right up to WA's most northern regions. 
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While the demersal fishery is closed along the West Coast Bioregion (Kalbarri down to Augusta) until it opens again on December 16, the warmer weather starting to stick around is helping spice up the pelagic and bread and butter fishing around most of WA, especially in the shallows. Best of luck to all fishers competing in the Accenture Mackerel 5000 comp this weekend in Dampier and make sure you pay a visit to the Recfishwest crew at the filleting table taking fish samples for our Fishing for Science program! 

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Marlin captures saw a solid jump in frequency over the past couple of months in Exmouth, quite literally! This cracker of a snap taken by @peak_sportfishing and @snipes1089 best summed up their past 41 days of fishing around Exmouth, which saw 146 billfish and four swordfish landed in total. 

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Broome catches
The magnificently-mulleted Eric Kirsch @mr.kirsch has been locating some impressive northern mulloway recently around Roebuck Bay, with bouncing plastics and vibes a good tactic for coming across these silver slabs. 


Boats

Westerly winds have confined most boats to Roebuck Bay, which offered tripletail around the moorings and northern mulloway from the holes and ledges, while school mackerel and tuna have been hitting metal slices and Halco Laser Pros around the baitfish schools. A few crews fished the edges of the Deeps and landed cod and fingermark. Dampier Creek awoke from its lengthy lull this week and produced quite a few barramundi and big threadfin, with live baits and Jackall Squirrel lures working well. At Crab Creek the barramundi numbers were down, but the fish were bigger and blue-nose and threadfin salmon were also plentiful, with Nomad vibes the go-to lure. At the Fingers, mud crabs and blue and threadfin salmon were the main catches and were around in decent numbers. Early tomorrow morning and midday on Sunday should see the calmest conditions out on the water and the wind and swell is expected to pick up slightly from Sunday arvo onwards. 

Shore-based

Out at Entrance Point squid have been hanging around the weed beds near the rocks, while the Port Jetty offered mainly trevally and the odd big queenfish. Fishing was easier and more productive at Town Beach Jetty for javelin fish, bream, trevally and small queenfish this week. Crab and Barred creeks held mainly mangrove jack and mud crabs. Whiting chasers at Cable Beach have had to rise early to beat the westerly winds but managed reasonable hauls, while at Coconut Wells fly-fishers have targeted trevally when the wind was down with good results. Both beaches also held a few blue salmon. In the Fitzroy River barramundi have been widespread, but Telegraph Pool and Langi Crossing seemed to have faired best. 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
This photo sums up how much fun it can be taking the family out for a day's fishing on any of the charters operating around Exmouth. This queenfish provided plenty of entertainment for these youngsters after it was hooked over the flats aboard @onstrikecharters. 

Boats

Billfish activity picked up on the western side in 40-200m depths, with reports of mainly black marlin and sailfish. A few blue marlin have been raised in the deeper water though. Once again Richter Soft Oscar and Soft Grassy have been the preferred skirts, while rigged garfish baits have also been effective. Some of the black marlin have been nudging the 100kg mark and big numbers of dolphinfish have dominated the bycatch. Bottom fishing out west was steady rather than spectacular, but the 30-60m depths held spangled emperor, the odd red emperor and Rankin cod, while goldband snapper came from 80m plus depths. Boats that went out wide to 250m depths managed to find ruby snapper and big cod. The fringe reefs on the western side offered a few Spanish mackerel but numbers have been much better at the back of the Murions in 10-30m depths, while the bottom in the same depths saw good spangled and blue-lined emperor catches along with Rankin cod. In the Gulf, sailfish numbers picked up with 10-15kg fish showing an interest in live baits. With warmer water temperatures the shoals in the Gulf offered queenfish, cobia, golden trevally and blue-lined emperor, while down in the Bay of Rest fly-fishers targeting the offshore flats did well on permit and giant herring. Squid remained plentiful in the shallows, with the 2-3m depths south of the marina fishing very well. We're in for some beautiful conditions off Exmouth over the coming week and it's expected to be glassy on most days for the boaties. 

Shore-based

A couple of 20kg-plus Spanish mackerel were the standout catches from Learmonth Jetty this week, taken on mulies at high tide. The jetty was also consistent for bream, whiting and squid, while a few small trevally and queenfish have also popped up at times. At Bundegi, queenfish, trevally, school and shark mackerel were harassing bait schools. The Town Marina fished well for bream, mangrove jack and javelin fish and small Rankin cod have been in the mix as well. Squidding was good at the industrial estate, while the Town Beach was productive for whiting. Up at the Lighthouse and Mildura Wreck, spangled emperor, bluebone and trevally were the main catches, while Tantabiddi produced golden trevally and spangled emperor along with flounder, flathead and whiting for those with lighter gear. Mangrove jack and flathead were in good numbers in Wapet Creek, while at the mouth of the creek flathead and bream were caught. Big thanks to the great crew from Tackle World Exmouth for their tips! 
 
 
Kalbarri catches
The mulloway master @nickihuntfishing was back landing impressive fish on the Mid-West coast this week after a southern freshwater trip and her Shimano Talica 12 made easy work landing this decent fish, which was released to fight another day. 


Boats

Crews did so well on demersals last weekend before the ban came into force again that their main battle was getting away from pink snapper, which were abundant in good sizes and numbers. There were also quite a lot of surface bust-ups on both sides of town, attributed to bonito, but most boaties snubbed them in favour of demersal species. That is sure to change as the water warms up over the coming week or so, with Spanish mackerel and tuna a good chance on the troll. Elsewhere, a few dinghy anglers crossed the river and targeted Oyster Reef for bigger tailor and crayfish catches have also improved. The next few mornings are looking great for a fish so make sure you get out there and make the most of it. Send in your snaps if you have any luck on the troll. 

Shore-based

Pink snapper were in very good numbers with fish around the 60cm mark coming from Red Bluff, Pot Alley and Eagle Gorge, while a nice pinkie came from the rocks at Jakes. Big tailor and Samson fish were caught from the coastal gorges, while Red Bluff and Wittecarra held good numbers of chopper tailor. A few squid have been caught at Red Bluff too. The Murchison River continued to fish well, especially the Sand Spit which offered whiting, cod and chopper tailor in the evenings. Decent tailor and bream were also caught at the marina jetty but the bigger bream have taken up residence well up river. Mulloway in the 70-95cm range have also favoured the river’s upper reaches. Good feeds of mud crabs came from the Murchison and a couple of good mulloway were taken from Lucky Bay. Enjoy those great conditions rolling through as it should provide great land-based fishing windows this weekend. Big thanks to Dean from Kalbarri Sports and Dive for his tips as always!
Geraldton catches


Boats

Locals made the most of the last days of the demersal opening with excellent catches of quality fish from Dongara right through to Geraldton. Pink snapper were very plentiful and many anglers noted that most of them were full of small squid. Only a few boaties bothered to target species other than demersals, but squid chasers were active in the sheltered waters from St George’s right around to Point Moore, where big snook have made a nuisance of themselves by smashing squid jigs. While the wind and swell made it challenging this week to get out in the boats, conditions should only get better from Sunday arvo onwards, with the winds and swell both expected to drop right off throughout the week. 

Shore-based

Whiting catches have been reasonable, but most fish were on the smallish side, around 20cm, with Southgates, Separation Point and Drummonds Cove all producing good numbers of fish. Tailor catches have been good at Drummonds Cove and West Bank and solid tailor up to 70cm were caught at Flat Rocks. Chopper tailor have been showing up around town as well. Between Drummonds Cove and Buller River drone fishers did well on pink snapper and casters have landed a few as well. On beaches north of town forktail catfish have been a nuisance, especially after dark. Mulloway have been patchy, but a few fish around the metre mark were landed both sides of town. Big thanks to Geraldton Sports Centre for their report as always! 
Lancelin catches


Boats

The demersal season ended with a magical weekend, with the weather gods aligning to see out the two-week open window. The beach was packed with boat trailers showing just how important these species are to small coastal towns like Lancelin. Saturday’s competition at the Angling Club was packed with eager fishers. Not surprisingly, the largest dhufish came from inside the Whitebank and many other fishers reported catching 8-10kg fish in close throughout the week in 10-12m depths. Dhufish, snapper and breaksea cod made up the bulk of the catch and a smattering of baldchin groper. We should see better numbers of baldchin with warmer waters. Tuna and bonito were very widespread, though quite fussy. Apparently casting small metal lures to the schools early in the mornings was getting the best results, but as the sun has been rising schools have been more likely to spook at approaching boats. There were some big yellowfin tuna shadowing the schools. Large skippy formed aggregations on the inshore reefs. King George whiting have been found along the sand holes in 10m depths just outside the bay. The moderate easterly winds and 2m swell are expected to stick around this weekend which suits the land-based fishers a little better, but Monday and Tuesday are expected to become quite calm on the water. 

Shore-based

With the drop in swell we have seen a lot more tailor moving into the nearshore reef breaks and gutters. After consistent swells last month, it’s been well received by the lure casters, with most having success casting poppers and stickbaits into the whitewash. Schools of hardy head continue to travel along the coast and have been creating small pockets of action as the bait schools pass along the beaches. Small whaler sharks and school mulloway have been taking the larger baits at night. Big thanks to Peter Fullarton for his tips as always and make sure you check out his Tailored Treks fishing tours! 
 
 
Esperance catches
There's nothing quite as exhilarating as spotting big blue groper just off the rocks and feeling their power transferring through to your forearms once they decide to send it. Avid fisher @archie_stockdale08 went toe to toe with this beauty this week and let the fish go after a solid battle. If you decide to fish off the rocks, do as Archie does and wear a lifejacket, fish with a friend and tether yourself to the rocks. You can find more safe fishing tips here. 


Boats

Heaps of beefy Samson fish (some hitting 35kg) have been caught past Figure of Eight Islands towards Bain Reef, along with dhufish. Nannygai were plentiful around most of the offshore reefs and were holding 5-10m off the bottom. Good numbers of queen snapper have come from Lion Island, while harlequin fish and breaksea cod were caught at Cull Island. Good mixed bags of reef fish have been the order of the day at Sunday Patch and Leg of Lamb, while boaties launching from Fanny Cove caught plenty of pink snapper. Smaller boats enjoyed good hauls of squid and snook in Esperance Bay, while sand whiting, decent King George whiting and flathead were landed from the edge of the weed patches in the corner of Wylie Bay. Schools of tuna have been active at Long Island, with a mix of trolled skirts and vibes working well. This weekend once again bodes well for great fishing conditions off the boats, with gentle easterly winds and low swells expected on both Saturday and Sunday morning. Early next week should see a big temperature spike into the mid-30's which could also see inshore activity improve. 

Shore-based

Gummy sharks were plentiful east of town with Membinup Beach, Alexander Bay and Wharton Beach the pick of the spots. The best results have come from fishing the high tide using squid as bait. At Israelite Bay and Poison Creek mulloway to a metre have been caught, while the first three kilometres of Dunn Bay produced salmon and big skippy. The Town Jetty held squid first thing in the morning and garfish at night, with plenty of herring at dawn and dusk. Taylor Street Jetty produced decent skippy in the afternoons and King George whiting, while big flathead have come from the stretch between the James Street rock wall and the Esperance Jetty. Salmon and tailor were caught from the first carpark at Fourth Beach on the outgoing tide, while Wylie Bay fished well for sand whiting. Bandy Creek Boat Harbour offered King George whiting and flathead, while at Wheatfield Lake bream up to 40cm have been hitting soft plastics. At Cape Le Grand a young angler caught an 8kg blue groper from the rocks, just make sure you wear a lifejacket and correct footwear, fish with a friend and analyse the conditions on arrival if you decide to give this a go. Big thanks to Southern Sport & Tackle for their report as always! 

Great Southern catches
How's this for a first Samson fish for @daniel.dimech.9 on the south coast! Chris Dixon @dixonsfishing put his pal on to a good spot that held some stonker fish and this fine fish burned Daniel's biceps before a quick snap and safe release back into the drink. 


Boats

Despite the run of fine weather, wind and swells have limited opportunities, but on the right days excellent catches of pink snapper, nannygai, breaksea cod and harlequin fish have come from the coral ground and offshore from Cheynes and Hartman’s Beach. Big Samson fish were active at the latter locations. In King George Sound some boaties have been bagging out on King George whiting, while others have had to work hard for a feed. Some of the better KG hauls have come from Frenchman Bay. It’s a similar story with squid, with some days really firing and others being quite slow. If the catches are dull, try mixing up the colours of your squid jigs or try and find clearer areas of water over the broken weed and sand patches. This weekend should be a beauty for the boats all along the south coast, with minimal winds and swell expected. Make the most of it and get out there! 

Shore-based

When the swells have been down rock fishers have caught yellowtail kingfish, Samson fish and pink and queen snapper from the stones towards West Cape Howe and also near Cheynes Beach. Land-based squid chasers managed to find a few when the winds were down with Middleton Beach, the town marina, Frenchman Bay and Emu Point the better spots. The marina offered small skippy and herring and these species along with whiting have also been caught at Emu Point and Frenchman Bay. Bream fishing picked up in the King and Kalgan rivers and mulloway around the 60cm mark have been among the bycatch. Soft plastics and small hard-body lures worked well on both species. In the Wilson Inlet tailor were caught on the high tides, along with flathead and bream, while pink snapper were taken near the mouth of the inlet. Big thanks to the crew from Trailblazers in Albany for their tips!

South West catches
Just some more proof that the Busselton jetty is one of the best land-based spots in the world for landing some cracking krakens. Reef Brown @sw_anglers landed this monster this week off the famous landmark, which continues to experience one of its best squidding years in recent memory. If you decide to give the jetty a go for squidding, keep an eye out for fresh ink marks on the concrete as seen in this snap and lighter-coloured squid jigs seem to perform best in clearer conditions. It's also worth checking out the Busso jetty live webcam to check on the water clarity as clearer conditions usually sees better numbers of catches. 


Boats

With the demersal ban back in place most boaties switched their attention to King George whiting, mainly in Geographe Bay where they have been doing reasonably well on KG's around the 40cm mark. Geographe Bay fished even better for squid in a range of depths and getting a feed of sand whiting there was fairly easy too. In Bunbury, bigger King George whiting have come from north of town in 25m+ depths heading towards Bouvard Reef, while sand whiting were in reasonable numbers off Peppermint and Forrest beaches. Boats trolling in the Leschenault Estuary caught a few chopper tailor, with most fish between the 35-40cm range. The next week is looking decent for all forms of fishing, with the afternoons looking best for the boats across the weekend before it turns glassy from Monday onwards. 

Shore-based

Yellowfin whiting activity picked up in the Leschenault Estuary with big fish up to 36cm hitting Eco Gear ZX Vibes and poppers on flats towards the Bunbury Cut end. With a warm weekend predicted, catches should only improve. The Bunbury Cut offered a few chopper tailor along with herring and whiting, while the rock walls around Back Beach produced chopper tailor and herring. Beaches north of town including Preston and Buffalo fished well for tailor and a few were also landed from Peppermint Beach. Busselton Jetty fished very well for squid in big numbers and sizes along with a few herring, while yellowfin whiting were caught from Abbey and Siesta beaches. Conditions for land-based fishers look encouraging over the next week also. Kudos to the crew from Whitey's Tackle for their tips!

The highly experienced crew from @2_oceans_tackle in Busselton flexed their freshwater fishing might again this week with a couple of very impressive rainbows landed, including this PB which was released back into the stream. They even topped off the session with a handful of fat redfin perch. 
Make sure you bring your family and friends down to Drakesbrook Weir on October 21 between 10am-1pm to help us release hundreds of big brown and rainbow trout into their new homes! You can find more info about the Waroona Troutfest here. 

Rainbow trout were in reasonable numbers in the streams and tributaries around Harvey Dam, while the dam wall fished well for yearling rainbows around 30cm and redfin perch, which have shown a liking for micro jigs. Soft plastics in the motor oil colour bounced cross the bottom on a 1/8 jig head also worked very well for finding the reddies. Waroona Dam also held yearling rainbows but finding a quiet spot away from the ski boats can be a challenge, so try putting in the distance on foot to calmer areas. At Wellington Dam near the boat ramp good catches of redfin perch have been complemented by broodstock brown trout of around 40cm, which showed a liking for Rapala Countdown hard-bodied lures. The reddies at Wellington Dam also showed a liking for Shimano's small Bantam hard bodied lures. Bigger brown trout have come from the streams around Pemberton, along with a few redfin perch.‚ÄĮIf 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
Pink snapper were rampant in waters off Mandurah last week before the demersal season closed on Sunday night, with Tackle World Miami's Ash Ramm landing this healthy fish on a ganged bait drifting within the burley trail. You can next catch pink snapper off the boat between Kalbarri and Augusta from December 16 until midnight on January 31, but you cannot catch pinkies off the boat within Cockburn and Warnbro Sound until April 1st to protect their spawning aggregations in this area. You can view the Cockburn and Warnbro Sound pink snapper closure map here. 


Mandurah

The Peel region really started to hit its straps and offered plenty of great fishing opportunities despite the demersal window closing. King George whiting were about in great numbers with broken ground anywhere from the rock walls of the Dawesville Cut out to the 70m depths producing good fish. Out from Dawesville was a hotspot for kidney-slapping KG's and big Samson fish have been taken there also. Inside the Five-Fathom Bank chunky sand whiting have also been plentiful. Tuna were about in good numbers as well, right on the Five-Fathom Bank and also along the 30m contour line. Nice clean water started flowing into the Peel-Harvey estuary, bringing with it tailor, skippy and juvenile salmon which have been rewarding dinghy fishers. Tailor were also at the Cut along with big herring, juvenile salmon and a few skippy. The same species have come from the Mandurah traffic bridges along with a few whiting. Yellowfin whiting have been firing on the estuary flats on the warmer days with Eco Gear ZX Vibes working well on them. Black bream have started to be caught in the canals and they have been plentiful in both the Murray and Serpentine rivers. It’s been a little quieter on the beaches, but tailor and school mulloway were caught both sides of town while beaches with structure have produced a few pink snapper. Saturday right through to Wednesday at this stage looks great for both boat and land-based fishing forecasts. Make sure you pay a visit to the great crew from Tackle World Miami for the best tips and gear! 

SECRET HARBOUR / PORT KENNEDY / ROCKINGHAM / SAFETY BAY / WARNBRO SOUND

King George whiting in the 40-45cm range were widespread and in a range of depths, with some of the better spots this week being Mangles Bay, Warnbro and Cockburn sounds and Garden Island. Just make sure you use smaller whiting hooks and release any pink snapper you bycatch within Cockburn and Warnbro Sound off the boats as they are protected in these waters until April 1st. Good numbers of sand whiting have been among the KG's, while at Garden Island and Five-Fathom Bank skippy up to 45cm have been caught, especially when burley was used. Squid were also plentiful when clean water was found with both Sounds, Mangles Bay and the inside of Garden Island producing the goods. As for land-based fishing around Rockingham, tailor catches off the beaches really picked up with decent fish around 45cm being caught on sunset at Port Kennedy and Secret Harbour. Both these locations also held sand whiting and a few herring throughout the day. Smaller tailor have come from the Ammo Jetty, Woodman Point and Rockingham and Palm Beach jetties. All these locations fished well for squid and also offered sand whiting and herring. The light to moderate easterly winds and 1m swell should see it become quite flat out on the water, with conditions expected to become even calmer from Monday onwards. Big thanks to Compleat Angler Rockingham for their tips!  
Perth catches
After a good run of dhufish captures reported during the school holidays, the demersal season is now closed until it opens back up again from December 16 until midnight on January 31. Until then, there are still plenty of great species you can wet a line for off and around Perth as the waters warm up, including mulloway, tailor, herring and whiting off the beaches, or squid, yellowtail kingfish, Samson fish, tuna and other pelagics off the boat. The freshwater season is also in full swing, with both rainbow and brown trout doing the rounds in our South-West and delicious redfin perch with no size or bag limit also up for grabs. If you want to roll up your sleeves at Troutfest on October 21 and help release hundreds of big trout at Drakesbrook Weir, click here for more info. Photo: @tacklewest. 

Boats

Big King George whiting in the 55-65cm range came from the 40m depths around Rottnest, while at the Containers at the back of Rottnest there were plenty of Samson fish around 10kg, with some bigger brutes over 20kg among them. Trolling small skirted lures at the West End was also productive for yellowtail kingfish in the 60cm range, while tuna have been caught on the 40m contour line slightly south of the West End. Chunky sand whiting have been mixed in with King George catches at Windmills and sand whiting were also plentiful in the 20m depths of Cottesloe and City Beach. Off South Fremantle kayak fishers did reasonably well on squid over the broken patches of sand and weed. Tailor fishing near the offshore reefs was excellent this week, with fish around 45-60cm hitting trolled lures such as Halco Laser Pros at Stragglers, Mewstones and Rowboat Reef. Tailor were also caught by King George whiting chasers off Ocean Reef. The great tailor fishing has also continued in the Swan River where surface lures such as Atomic K9s have accounted for plenty of choppers up to 38cm around Point Walter and Point Resolution. Saturday through to at least Tuesday should see the flat conditions return on the water, with light to moderate easterly winds and a decreasing swell of 1.5m. 

Shore-based

In the Swan River tailor have been in great numbers with North Fremantle, Claremont, Point Walter, Applecross and Claremont jetties, the Narrows and even the Causeway producing choppers up to 40cm.  Surface lures like Bassday Suga Pens were most effective on them. Around Bicton good catches of yellowfin whiting were caught on ZX Vibes, which also work well on flathead. A mulloway around 1.2m in length was caught on a live bait at Point Walter Jetty earlier this week. Bream fishing was also decent in the Swan River with quite a few fish holding around the downstream yacht clubs, along with some tarwhine. Up river locations also fired with bream feeding on bait schools in areas with a bit of structure. Soft plastics and metal vibes and blade lures were effective. A few soapy mulloway have been mixed in with the bream. North Mole held herring in the afternoons and tailor have been caught at night on mulies fished with a glowstick under a float. South Mole produced a few herring and squidding there also improved. On the northern beaches past Two Rocks pink snapper and mulloway have been caught by drone fishers and also casters, including some who had success with slide baiting. The beaches at Floreat also continued to produce decent-sized tailor, with right on sunrise and sunset the best times to wet a line. The light to moderate easterly winds sticking around until Monday morning should provide plenty of great land-based fishing windows off the beaches around Perth. Best of luck if you're heading out and big thanks to Anglers Fishing World in Freo for their tips! 
 
 
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Catch Information

Species:
Australasian Snapper
Australasian Snapper

Baldchin Groper
Baldchin Groper

Barramundi
Barramundi

Black Bream
Black Bream

Black Marlin
Black Marlin

Blue Marlin
Blue Marlin

Bonefish
Bonefish

Breaksea Cod
Breaksea Cod

Brown Trout
Brown Trout

Cobia
Cobia

Dhufish
Dhufish

Dusky Flathead
Dusky Flathead

Flathead Catfish
Flathead Catfish

Fourfinger Threadfin
Fourfinger Threadfin

Golden Trevally
Golden Trevally

Gummy Shark
Gummy Shark

Mahi-mahi
Mahi-mahi

This Fishing Report was submitted on 10/13/2023 1:55:50 AM by Seamus and last updated on 10/14/2023 12:20:56 AM.


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