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Recfishwest's State-wide Fishing Report 27 October 2023 ūüé£

 | By Seamus on 10/27/2023 4:16:59 AM | Views (338)
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Fishing Report
27/10/23
According to one of DPIRD's leading crayfish scientists, the run of the whites is tipped to start around late November to early December. While this excites more than 56,000 licenced cray fishers in WA, a shadow is looming over future access to some of the north Metro's most productive cray fishing spots due to the Marmion Marine Park extension. Click here to read our concerns and the forecast for the upcoming cray season. This stunning snap was taken by skilled underwater photographer Matt Barnes. Give his page a follow! 
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A big Recfishwest thanks to the hundreds of people who came down and helped us release a trailer-full of rainbow and brown trout into Drakesbrook Weir over the weekend for Waroona Troutfest! If you missed out on Waroona Troutfest, don't worry, Pemberton Trout Festival is making a triumphant return to Big Brook Dam Foreshore & Picnic Area on Sunday, 5 November! Make sure you rock up by 10am so you don't miss out on hand-releasing these stunning fish! More Troutfest event details here. 

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It's been a while since we had a big banger in the report! This solid giant trevally was the fish that Ryan Turner @ryanturnerproteam had been chasing for years and this 127cm monster provided an incredible run before being quickly snapped and released in the Dampier Archipelago. 

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STATE GOVERNMENT'S METRO WIRE TRACE BAN "GOES TOO FAR" 
Fishers use wire trace for Spanish mackerel either fishing from the shore or trolling close in. In this picture Sam Vanduin¬†@samvanduin‚Äės great Spanish mackerel was landed from Ammo Jetty using wire trace.

Recfishwest believes Minister for Fisheries Don Punch’s decision to ban the use of wire trace 800m from shore between South of Mandurah to Two Rocks goes too far. 

We agree that fishing for large sharks in the Metro area does not meet communities’ expectations around responsible fishing.  

However, the Minister’s decision will unnecessarily impact on fishers who choose to use small wire trace to fish for species like tailor and mackerel either from the shore or trolling lures close in out of boats.  

Click here to read our views on this decision. 

Broome catches
Not the first Broome/barra/bush chook combo we've seen, won't be the last either. Nothing beats a first barra though! Photo courtesy of @mr.kirsch. 


Boats

Crews have been taking advantage of the milder winds and got on to bluebone, cod and coral trout off Minari and Gantheaume Point, while out from James Price Point in 10-12m depths they have encountered Maori seaperch, bluebone and coral trout over the rubbly ground. Roebuck Bay also fished well for tuna and Spanish mackerel, which showed a liking for Halco Twistys, while northern mulloway have been caught from the lumps on Nomad Squidtrex vibes. Fingermark were landed on the edge of the Deeps at times, while tripletail have been in good numbers around the bay’s moorings and were taking prawns and soft plastics. The creeks were a little quieter this week, especially for threadfin salmon, but barramundi in the 70-95cm range have been taken on live baits and soft plastics at Dampier Creeks and the Fingers. Schools of baitfish at the mouths of Crab and Dampier creeks also attracted blue-nosed salmon. As for the forecast, the mornings look best over the coming days and should hold the calmer conditions with lighter westerly winds expected. The wind should pick up around midday until at least Thursday. 

Shore-based

Queenfish, trevally, bream and javelin fish have been the main fare from the Town Beach Jetty, while the Port Jetty as usual had bigger queenies and trevally. Entrance Point also held trevally and queenfish and the sandy stretch near the boat ramp fished well for whiting. Creek fishing was slow, but Willie and Barred creeks offered small bream and trevally. Barramundi activity slowed in the Fitzroy River but they have been caught on live baits and Jackall Squirrel hard-bodied lures at Telegraph Pool and Langi Crossing. The Fitzroy also held good numbers of cherabin. 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 action aboard @bluelightningcharters was red hot this week and witnessing this red bass strike a topwater lure is an adrenaline-rich experience. You can find out more about red bass from Scott Coghlan's article here. 

Boats

The back of the Ningaloo reef fished well for Spanish mackerel, while red emperor catches have also been good on the bottom around the same area. Goldband snapper were in productive numbers in the 150m depths, while crews that went deep dropping encountered ruby snapper and big cod in the 300m depths. On the billfishing front, more blue marlin turned up among the black marlin out west in the 50-200m range and dolphinfish and tuna were among the billfish bycatch. Sailfish were still plentiful at the top of the Gulf and took live baits or trolled lures. Trolling for Spanish mackerel has also been rewarding around the Muirons pretty much everywhere. In Exmouth Gulf big coral trout up to 83cm have been caught along with blue-lined emperor and bluebone. Squid have been plentiful off Town Beach, the yacht club and the industrial estate, while mud crabs have been caught at the Bay of Rest. The stronger southerlies will stick around this weekend with a 2m swell, but the calmer conditions should return by about Tuesday. 
 

Shore-based

Learmonth Jetty and its surrounds fished well for bream, whiting, squid, trevally and small queenies, while small trevally and queenfish have been the main fare at Bundegi. The town marina produced a few mangrove jack, bream and trevally and a couple of decent bluebone have been seen cruising close to the rocks. The marina’s outside wall and the industrial estate rocks continued to produce squid. VLF Bay and around to the Lighthouse fished well for spangled emperor, trevally and queenfish and Tantabiddi continued its trend of holding spangos and queenies as well. A few mud crabs came from Wapet Creek. Big thanks to the great crew from Tackle World Exmouth for their tips! 
 
 
Kalbarri catches
The bigger pinkies have been doing the rounds off the coast in Kalbarri recently and kudos to Yarran Bartle for landing this impressive bumper. 


Boats

Despite little to report catch wise there was plenty of intrigue offshore, with boats starting to target pelagics after tuna bust-ups around the Three-Mile Reef and reports from Wagoe of Spanish mackerel jumping. Trolling at 5-6 knot speeds seems to be the sweet spot for hookups, with deeper diving vibe lures tending to entice the mackerel strikes and skirts or smaller vibes working nicely on the tuna. Halco Twisty's flicked next to the bust-ups also produced plenty of strikes. A few boats have been chasing sand whiting in Jakes Bay with good results reported and cray fishing activity also picked up. The stronger winds and swell of around 2m will make it tough this weekend but it should start to calm down a bit from Tuesday onwards. 

Shore-based

One of the reasons for the pelagic interest this week was the impressive Spanish mackerel landed by one fisher chasing pink snapper from the cliffs. Red Bluff also offered a few pink snapper and tailor fishing has been rewarding there and at Wittecarra. Pink snapper were also taken at Oyster Reef along with bigger tailor crossing the 60cm mark. Wagoe produced pink snapper too in decent sizes, as well as mulloway and tailor. Yellowfin whiting have been active in the Murchison River, from the foreshore and the Sand Spit. Chopper tailor were also spotted hanging around the marina jetty, while bream and mud crabs catches have been reasonable, especially up river. Big thanks to Dean from Kalbarri Sports and Dive for his tips as always!
Geraldton catches
The monster slabs took a decent spike this week along the Mid-West coast! Finn Parr from @finns_fishing_adventures landed the biggest of the crop with this beauty of a mulloway. 


Boats

Howling winds and big swells have kept most boats on trailers unfortunately, but a few bigger boats that headed out towards the Abrolhos Islands managed to come across yellowfin tuna in the 10-15kg range. Very little inshore boating activity took place this past week, but squid could be an option around Point Moore if a weather window opens up later next week. Last weekend a few squid were taken from weed beds around St George’s. As for the forecast, it's looking rough as guts again right through until at least Wednesday, with 30 knot southerlies and a 3m swell making it tough to get out. 

Shore-based

Drummonds Cove has been the most reliable spot for tailor, but its results this week have been a rollercoaster with some poor days reported. Most of the tailor were in 35-40cm range with the occasional bigger fish pushing 55cm. The best fishing was just north of Drummonds up to the Buller River mouth. At Coronations the weed was pretty bad, but the clearer patches yielded good tailor and the odd school mulloway. Pike numbers and sizes also increased along the Drummonds to Buller stretch. Closer to town, tailor fishing was quieter. Southgates held a few in the mornings, but the choppers are barely over the legal size of 30cm with a few dart in the mix as well. Good tailor have come from the first point at the Greenough River mouth, while Headbutts and Wakeford Road held better tailor but weed has been a problem. The rock walls around town also produced a few squid. Big thanks to Geraldton Sports Centre for their report as always! 
Lancelin catches
Peter Fullarton put John onto some cracking tailor this week on his Tailored Treks Tours, with just after sunrise usually the best time for the hard-fighting pelagics. 


Boats

Tuna were prolific throughout a wide range of depths. While floating weed has been horrendous for trolling, casting lures to the schools has been the way to go. It’s mostly bluefin tuna around 2.5-3kg with a few larger specimens encountered and the occasional school of skipjack tuna. Bonito schools seemed more consistent around the 28-30m depths. Sand whiting and blue spot flathead have been caught along the 18-22m depths, but North-West blowies have become a problem, so it may take a few moves to gather a feed. If you land a North-Wester, make sure you use pliers and avoid their very strong and nasty buck teeth as they can do a lot of damage to hooks and fingers. Bay fishers have been catching herring and snook, while sand patches in 6m depths just to the north of the bay have been productive to find some larger sand whiting specimens. Cray fishers reported catches slowly improving, with best results along the near shore reefs. Saturday and Sunday morning have a brief reprieve from the winds but it should be rather choppy this week, with southerly winds and the 2m swell sticking around. 

Shore-based

Tailor numbers continued to improve along the open beaches with a mix of choppers and larger specimens, which included school mulloway in the gutters. The easterly winds in the mornings have been productive for the long cast to get surface lures out to the wash for bigger greenback tailor. There's still plenty of baitfish schools along the coast, with workups creating pockets of action to cast lures into and on most mornings they can be seen along the bay's shoreline. Lancelin jetty produced big schools of hardyheads taking refuge that have been attracting a lot of attention from predators. At times dolphins, seals and Samson fish have been seen smashing the bait often in the predawn. The jetty has been a great spot to catch a few herring, squid and tailor this week. Big thanks to Peter Fullarton for his tips as always and make sure you check out his Tailored Treks fishing tours! 
 
 
Esperance catches


Boats

Good nannygai have been caught at Leg of Lamb, while breaksea cod to 3kg have been taken at Humilaria Reef. Huge skippy up to 8kg were smashing jigs at Termination Island, while big tuna have been active at Long Island. Cull Island offered blue groper, while big harlequin fish have come from Black and Observatory islands. A 60cm King George whiting was landed at Wylie Bay earlier this week, while lots of chunky sand whiting have been caught just offshore from Observatory and Fourth beaches. Cook Rocks was good for squid, while Esperance Bay offered squid and snook. There is a great weather window opening up tomorrow morning, with low winds and swell expected so make sure you get out there. 

Shore-based

Gummy sharks have been plentiful at Thomas River, Kennedy Beach and Poison Creek, while big flathead and school mulloway have come from Rossiters Beach. At Dunns Beach salmon and skippy have been swimming together, while gummy sharks, mid-sized salmon and tarwhine have been the fare at Stockyards. The corner of Wylie Bay has been productive for sand whiting early in the mornings, while Chapman Point and West Beach have fished well for salmon. Even better salmon catches have come from 10-Mile Lagoon. Roses Beach was a hotspot for very big tailor up to 80cm and Bandy Creek Boat Harbour and the town foreshore have produced decent King George whiting. Garfish and squid were the main catches at the Town Jetty, while the Taylor Street rock wall produced big herring. There have been plenty of bream to 40cm in Woody Lake and Stokes Inlet. Big thanks to Southern Sport & Tackle for their report as always! 

Great Southern catches
The 'coral trout of the south' were in very good numbers this week off the coast and @wadefennell_fishing managed to entice this spotted specimen out from its hiding hole to smash a jig. Great colours, even better eating. 


Boats

Before the weather turned foul a few boats managed good hauls of nannygai, along with pink and queen snapper from the coral grounds. King George Sound also continued its trend and produced reasonable numbers of squid and King George whiting. For most boaties the Sound looks the most viable option tomorrow morning, which looks decent at this stage until about 11am. If it's rough though, it's always worth playing it safe by choosing to head out when it's calmer or sticking to the more sheltered areas. 

Shore-based

Once again before the poor weather rolled through good catches of Samson fish and blue groper came from the rock platforms either side of town, but big swells have ruled that option out for the time being. The swells haven’t done beach fishos many favours either, so most of the land-based activity was focused on sheltered waters. Juvenile salmon turned up at Emu Point which also held a few whiting, herring and some squid, while better squid have also come from the town marina along with a few herring. Frenchman Bay could be worth a crack for squid and King George whiting tomorrow morning, while bream activity in the King and Kalgan rivers slowly picked up especially on the warmer days, but mulloway have been harder to find. Salmon have been caught at Bremer Bay and Wilson Inlet produced pink snapper in the deeper channels. Big thanks to the crew from Trailblazers in Albany for their tips!

South West catches


Boats

Schools of tuna have been creating surface bust-ups in a range of depths, often just a few hundred metres offshore. Small metal slices such as 10-15g Halco Twistys worked well on them. Boats heading a little further out have been targeting big Samson fish, usually on live baits, which resulted in great catches. One common tactic is having a flick for squid before chasing Sambos and keeping the smaller squid in a tank before throwing them on as live baits, which really gets the Sambo's excited. King George whiting have been harder to find off Bunbury, but a few good fish were landed, with south of town such as the broken ground off Forrest and Peppermint beaches fishing best. Most King George whiting and squid chasers have concentrated on Geographe Bay which also fished well, especially for squid. Once again the mornings are looking best this week, with the calmer winds and swell expected before the sea breeze spikes around 2pm. 

Shore-based

Tailor catches improved from Preston beach all the way through to Bunbury’s Back Beach, with plenty of herring among the tailor. Up Preston way, drone fishers are still getting the odd pink snapper. The rock walls at Back Beach and the Bunbury Cut also fished well for chopper tailor and herring. In the Leschenault Estuary, yellowfin whiting catches picked up on the flats, while in the Collie River bream started to move up stream and chopper tailor and soapy mulloway catches have picked up in the lower reaches. Busselton Jetty continued to fire for squid, especially in the mornings during the calmer conditions and also held a few herring, while Samson fish and pink snapper are always at chance in the deeper water at the end. Kudos to the crew from Whitey's Tackle for their tips!

We absolutely love this event and we're really glad that hundreds of you did too! A big Recfishwest thanks to everyone who helped us hand-release around 350 brown and rainbow trout into Drakesbrook Weir on Saturday and you can find our Troutfest recap article here. Don't worry if you missed out, we'll do it all again at Big Brook Dam & Foreshore Area for Pemberton Troutfest on Sunday, 5 November! Make sure you get there before 10am so you don't miss out and bring cash in case reception is poor! 
Want to find out more information about Pemberton Troutfest coming up on Sunday, 5 November? You can find more info here. 

Harvey Dam fished well for redfin perch which have shown a liking for soft plastics, micro jigs and bladed lures in the spoon style, while small rainbow trout have been in the mix as well. A few yearling brown trout have come from the upper Collie River and Wellington Dam, while some good redfin perch over 35cm have been caught in the Preston River. Smaller rainbow trout have been in good numbers in the Pemberton area. For those thinking of taking up fly-fishing or for experienced fluff-chuckers wanting to show off their skills and help out beginners, the Saltwater Flyrodders are holding a free casting day on the Nedlands foreshore near the rugby club at the end of Broadway on Saturday. It’s an opportunity for either fresh or saltwater fishos to learn how to cast and see what rods and reels are available and we highly recommend going along. It starts at 9am and all are welcome, from experts and beginners, to members and non-members. 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
The King George whiting have been rampant off Mandurah the past few weeks and @tamara679 made the most of it! If you want to know the best rigs, depths and ground you should be fishing to find this tasty species, make sure you visit the Tackle World Miami crew. 


Mandurah

Tailor have been in big numbers both on the beaches and in the Peel-Harvey estuary. Earlier this week they were smashing all sorts of lures from the Jolly Frog Jetty, while along the Dawesville Cut they have been taking mulie baits with gusto. Boaties have trolled the estuary for them and also caught their bag limits by anchoring on the edge of the channel and fishing with mulies. Beaches both sides of town also produced chopper tailor with better-sized fish coming from Tim’s Thicket and White Hills. The beaches also had plenty of sand whiting this week. Those stalking the flats for yellowfin whiting on lures had some excellent days, but at times when the fish have been skittish, slowing the retrieve or even stopping has proven effective. Good catches of flounder have also come from near the estuary entrances and on the flats, but the drop-offs produced the most fish. Black bream have been moving from the Serpentine and Murray rivers back into the canals. A few squid have been landed from the canal rock walls, but they have been more plentiful from the inshore weed banks such as Melros and Falcon. Herring were widespread throughout the estuary and are being caught along with tailor at Cut and at the Mandurah traffic bridges. Whiting were caught at the estuary end of the Cut. Further offshore there have been a few Samson fish, while tuna catches and sizes have improved from the Five-Fathom Bank. Inside the Five-Fathom there was a mix of King George and sand whiting. Bigger King George whiting came from the 30m depths off Dawesville. 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 catches were rewarding around Garden Island, Mangles Bay, Parmelia Bank and Warnbro and Cockburn Sounds, along with plenty of chunky sand whiting and even a few yellowfin whiting mixed in among them. The weed beds in these locations are also producing plenty of squid. Around the Five-Fathom Bank tuna have been active and quite a few have been taken on Halco Laser Pros, while decent skippy were being caught on the Five-Fathom and also behind Garden Island, where burleying with cubed mulies worked well and also attracted the odd Samson fish. Land-based fishers reported tailor fishing was going strong with beaches from Secret Harbour up to the Ammo Jetty producing plenty of fish around the 40cm mark, along with a few herring and sand whiting and the odd school mulloway. Long Point also fished well for chopper tailor as did the Penguin Island spit. Smaller tailor are at the Ammo Jetty along with herring and squid and it’s a similar story at Woodman Point and the Rockingham and Palm beach jetties. Impressive squid were also caught at Point Peron and the Penguin Island boat ramp. Big thanks to Compleat Angler Rockingham for their tips!  
Perth catches

Boats

Sand whiting catches outshone the King George whiting this week, with big chunky sandies coming from Windmills, the inshore waters off Mindarie and the 7-10m depths off Ocean Reef. The whiting chasers had little difficulty finding fresh squid for bait with good hauls coming from Fremantle, in Thomson Bay at Rottnest and in north metro waters where the sizes tended to be better. Tuna have been lurking around the Three-Mile Reef and at the back of Stragglers, while at Rottnest in the 40m depths Samson fish and amberjack have been caught. Tailor were causing havoc on the exposed reefs around Stragglers, Mewstones and Rowboat Reef and some of the fish were pushing 60cm. Trolling for chopper tailor in Swan River was also extremely productive anywhere from the Narrows downstream. The choppers have been hitting deep-diving lures, but they have also shown a liking for slow-trolled metal slices, shallow divers and stickbaits. About 2-3 knots has been a good trolling speed and if you decide to take tailor home for a feed, make sure you bleed them immediately and put them straight into an ice slurry as this helps preserve the flesh. As for the forecast, both Saturday and Sunday morning look okay for both boat and land-based fishers until about 11am with the calmer winds and swell of about 1.5m, but Tuesday and Thursday morning should see the easterly winds and calmer conditions on the water return. 

Shore-based


With the warmer weather starting to stick around, flounder are starting to fire up on the flats both off the beach and within the Swan and Canning, with the flying carpets being landed in great numbers on plastics, vibes and bucktail jig as seen above. This snap was courtesy of the crew from @compleatanglernedlands. 

It was a very busy and successful week for Perth's land-based fishers. Big flathead crossing the 60cm mark have turned up in numerous regions throughout the Swan river and plenty of fish in the 30-50cm bracket have been doing the rounds on the flats. If you manage to catch a big flatty, make sure they go back as these are the breeders. A few flounder have been landed at Applecross, Claremont and Point Walter, with sizes quite impressive. Most of the flounder have been taking hard-bodied lures or vibes such as Eco Gear ZXs or the new TT Switchprawns. Chopper tailor up to 50cm were also prevalent in the Swan River system and have often been a bycatch for flathead chasers wading the flats. Most of the tailor have come from the Narrows heading downstream with some of the better spots being Claremont, Applecross Jetty, Canning Bridge on a slack tide, Point Walter and East Fremantle. A few squid have entered the lower reaches of the Swan and around East Fremantle yellowfin whiting have been taken on vibes. In the middle sections of the river bream catches were good from the Causeway up to Ascot and Garratt Road Bridge, along with Canning Bridge to Shelley. A few soapies were among the bream and a mulloway of around 10kg was landed at Ascot earlier this week. In Fremantle Harbour the E Shed wharf was teeming with scaly mackerel but so far the bigger predators have failed to come to the party. Anglers targeting the scalies on sabiki rigs and small pieces of squid also picked up tarwhine and small skippy. North Mole produced tailor, mainly after dark, and the odd pink snapper just over the 50cm legal size was caught there as well, along with herring in the daytime. South Mole held a few squid and herring. The gutters north of Cottesloe Groyne have produced 40-50cm tailor, while smaller tailor and herring were caught at City Beach and Floreat. A few King George whiting were landed from the rock wall at the Fremantle Sailing Club and decent skippy have been caught on squid baits and pearl-coloured soft plastics from the South Fremantle rock walls, which also offered a few squid. Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday morning look best for land-based flicks. 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

Barramundi
Barramundi

Black Bream
Black Bream

Black Marlin
Black Marlin

Blue Marlin
Blue Marlin

Bluefin Tuna
Bluefin Tuna

Bluefish
Bluefish

Breaksea Cod
Breaksea Cod

Brown Trout
Brown Trout

Coral Trout
Coral Trout

Dusky Flathead
Dusky Flathead

Flathead Catfish
Flathead Catfish

Flounder
Flounder

Giant Trevally
Giant Trevally

Goldband Snapper
Goldband Snapper

Goldlined Seabream
Goldlined Seabream

Greater Amberjack
Greater Amberjack

This Fishing Report was submitted on 10/27/2023 4:16:59 AM by Seamus and last updated on 11/1/2023 1:35:48 PM.


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