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Recfishwest's State-wide Fishing Report 01 December 2023 🎣

 | By Seamus on 1/12/2023 3:30:00 AM | Views (23)
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Fishing Report
01/12/23
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THIS SUMMER'S ABALONE DATES ANNOUNCED! 
Get your gear ready, the four days where you can jump in the drink and grab a feed of abs this summer are out! 

Nearly 17,000 of WA's licensed abalone recfishers will be able to gather a feed from Guilderton to Busselton between 7-8am on the following days:

- Saturday, 9 December
- Saturday, 13 January
- Saturday, 3 February
- Saturday, 17 February

If one of these days is cancelled due to poor conditions, a backup day will be announced.

Want to know the best abalone fishing zones, gear and safety tips? Check out the abalone advice from Surf Life Saving WA here.
 

Broome catches
Shauno had a solid session out on the water today catching this 95cm barramundi. Excellent effort!
​Credit: Reef Chief Australia


Boats

Windy conditions have shut down a lot of options but crews lucky enough to find a weather window have managed to score the odd Spanish mackerel when trolling in Roebuck Bay. Elsewhere in the bay tripletail activity around the moorings has been slow with the fish staying deep and showing little interest in bait or lures. The creeks have been the best option but even they have been running hot and cold, although some excellent catches have been reported. Crab Creek has been slightly more consistent for threadfin salmon and barramundi. It has also held reasonable numbers of mud crabs, and Little Crab Creek has also produced. Dampier Creek has held lots of blue-nosed salmon, good threadfin at times and a few barramundi, with a 96cm specimen landed there earlier this week. It has been difficult to fish the Fingers because the big tides have made the sandbanks tricky to navigate. Upcoming neap tides and light winds in the mornings should see a few boats head out into the bay or local river systems over the weekend and early next week.

Shore-based

Whiting chasers have fared best at Entrance Point and at the mouth of Barred Creek in the early mornings. Willie and Crab creeks have offered mangrove jack and bream, while the Town Beach Jetty has held javelin fish, small trevally and queenfish. The Port Jetty has offered queenfish and golden trevally, while barramundi have been hanging around the pylons. For barramundi chasers in the Fitzroy River, it has been a case of quality over quantity with plenty of fish caught over the magic metre mark.  They have been showing up in the usual spots: Telegraph Pool, Langi Crossing, the Cuttings and Willare Bridge and have been taking surface lures such as Raptor Fizz Baits and Chasebaits Drunken Mullets. Shore-based fishers can expect light winds in the mornings over the weekend and early next week, and improving water clarity heading into the neap tides.
Exmouth catches
Fishing fit for a king! Exmouth's King Reef has been firing hard as our very own Levi De Boni found out during our last monitoring trip. Check out some of the fish recorded in the image below.

Boats

With average conditions crews have been making the most of limited opportunities. A few bigger boats managed to get to the 80m depths out west and found saddletail snapper and goldband snapper, while along the reef line at Wobiri and Janz Beach Spanish mackerel catches have been reasonable. Straight west from the Muirons, the lumps in 70m have offered good numbers of Rankin cod, while coral trout have been about but they have tended to be skittish. With the stronger winds the gulf has been the most reliable option, offering mainly mack tuna, queenfish and giant trevally around the shoals. Cobia and golden trevally have come from King Reef. Blue-lined emperor and spangled emperor have also been caught in the gulf. South-westerlies over the weekend should see a few boats hit up the gulf and north of the cape before stronger easterlies kick in in the afternoons.


Check out some of the species found at King Reef last week during the monitoring mission!

Shore-based

The windy conditions have fired up mangrove jack in Wapet Creek and cod and bream have been among the bycatch. Learmonth Jetty has offered bream and whiting and early in the mornings and in the evenings small giant trevally and queenfish have been passing through. If it is windy the trevally and queenfish tend to hug the jetty pylons and ambush their prey. The town marina has held its usual fare of mangrove jack, cod, queenfish and bream and small barracuda have been lurking on the surface and snaffling small metal slices and stickbaits. Near the Bundegi Boat Ramp has fished well for whiting, while squid catches around town have tapered off. Mildura Wreck and the Lighthouse have offered mid-sized queenfish, spangled emperor and giant trevally. At Tantabiddi, spangled emperor and sand whiting have been in good numbers and cod, mangrove jack and golden trevally have been caught around structure. Offshore winds at the tip of the cape should be conducive for land-based fishers targeting fish on lures over the weekend.
 
 
Kalbarri catches
All smiles for Anton Pope with this solid tailor on the fly-gear. The long drive to Denham was definitely worth it!

Boats

After a lengthy absence, the pelagics have finally shown up. Tuna and bonito have been caught on trolled deep-diving minnows around Sandpatch and off Jakes Point and Red Bluff. Closer in, schools of tailor to 50cm have been patrolling the same locations, as well as Wittecarra. Elsewhere, divers in 10-15m have been getting crayfish but quite a few have had soft shells. It’s a different story at Horrocks where crayfish quality and quantity has been much better. Unfortunately the strong southerlies and swells return from Monday onwards but there may be a weather window on Sunday morning for those looking to head offshore – otherwise the river remains a good option.

Shore-based

With swells down for much of the week quality fish have come from the coastal cliffs. Pink snapper numbers have been down a little but spangled emperor, baldchin groper and surf parrotfish have made up the shortfall. Wittecarra and Red Bluff have fished very well for tailor up to 50cm mainly in the mornings but with light winds this week the evenings have also produced good results. Big tailor have also been caught at the river mouth and at Back Beach and kids fishing after school have landed just-sized pink snapper and quality tailor from Oyster Reef. Dart, school mulloway and big yellowfin whiting have been among the tailor at Wittecarra and Red Bluff, while down at Wagoe big mulloway, pink snapper and good tailor have been landed. Action in the Murchison River has quietened down a bit but yellowfin whiting have been caught from the Sand Spit and bream have been up river along with soapy mulloway, while tailor have been caught at the town marina in the evenings. Mud crabs and small blue swimmer crabs have been caught in the river as well.
Geraldton catches


​Boats

Crayfish have started to move and divers have been doing better than pot pullers. The best numbers have been in the 6-15m depths and in some areas the shells of the crays have been a bit soft. Dinghy fishers have had to work harder for a feed of squid but St Georges and north of the Batavia Coast Marina have produced models with hoods around the 45cm mark in the 12-15m depths, while blue swimmer crabs have been caught out from the marina and from Geraldton’s sheltered front beaches. Strong southerlies and moderate swell will roll in from Monday onwards but there may be a weather window or two over the weekend to wet a line or pull the pots.

Shore-based

Beach fishing either side of town has been very consistent for a range of species and the milder weather has enticed plenty of anglers to have a crack. Good numbers of tailor have been caught as far south as Dongara’s Seven-Mile Beach, along with pike, but sharks have been a problem, while Tarcoola Beach has held plenty of choppers, dart and whiting. North of Drummond Cove to Coronation there have been lots of tailor and some good mulloway to 1.2m landed, and north of Coronation school mackerel in the 60-80cm range have been caught from the beaches. The reefs at Drummond Cove and Buller River have held 30cm-plus tailor. Tailor and school mulloway have come from the Greenough River Mouth beach, while at Cape Burney a 60cm-plus mangrove jack was taken by a spearfisher. Land-based squid chasers have found a few at the Batavia Coast Marina rock wall, while 25-30cm whiting have been caught at Southgates, Point Moore and the back of Fishing Boat Harbour. Stronger southerlies over the weekend and next week will limit the options for land-based fishers, but there’s plenty to be caught if you can get the wind to your back.
Lancelin catches


​Boats

Lobster fishers have experienced a dream start to the whites run. Sensational weather has led to busy mornings with many boats launching to pull full pots. Several boats made the most of the trip to score a feed of sand whiting from the 20m depths. Meanwhile, inside the bay fishing has been sensational with the best run of king George whiting we have seen in several years. Saturday is shaping up to be the pick of the bunch before the wind swings onshore and the swell picks up from Sunday afternoon.

Shore-based

Evenings fished well for tailor with fish biting well into the night under the full moon. Meanwhile, most mornings there was a short bite at dawn, followed by some nice sized herring along the beaches through to mid-morning. Small whaler sharks have been quite prevalent after dark along with a few guitarfish. The jetty has produced a few tailor and squid late at night. Wind and swell may make for challenging beach fishing conditions over the next week, but those who make the conditions work are likely to be rewarded with quality fish.
 

Heads up for possible dangerous rock fishing conditions

The Bureau of Meteorology has issued the following warning for possible dangerous rock fishing conditions for our South-West and southern coastline this from Sunday afternoon to Tuesday.

An increased south-westerly swell Sunday afternoon through to Tuesday will follow the passage of a cold front.

Keeping safe comes down to better decision-making from improved alerts, communication and awareness. No fish is worth risking your life. If you know of mates heading out for a fish on the rocks in these regions during this time, make sure you share this warning with them!
 
Esperance catches
Lachy Warren getting the hang of his new career as a ghost buster 👻 Catching these Silver ghosts, running fresh bait and light leader has been his hot tip.

Boats

Good catches of sand whiting and squid have come out from Fourth Beach, Twilight Beach, Lovers Cove and at Lion Island. Charley, Observatory and Cull islands have offered plenty of queen snapper, nannygai and sea sweep, while out wide in 50-70m there have been Samson fish to 30kg, and yellowtail kingfish to 10kg. In Esperance Bay, squid, sand whiting, small King George whiting and herring have been the main catches. The swell over the weekend and next week should remain relatively low, though boat fishers will have to work around the variable windy conditions.

Shore-based

The Town Jetty has offered plenty of herring, small skippy and a few squid, while Bandy Creek Boat Harbour has held small King George whiting, a few bream, small flathead and flounder. The bream lakes have 35-40cm bream and choosing a lake to fish depends mainly on the wind. At the yacht club groyne small King George whiting, herring and skippy have been caught. Salmon and Fourth beaches have fished well for salmon and herring, while the 14-Mile Beach has salmon, skippy around the kilo mark and 80-90cm mulloway. Salmon have been caught at Roses Beach, along with tailor and skippy to 1.5kg. Thomas River has produced salmon, small mulloway and the odd gummy shark. Strong offshore winds on Saturday will make casting from most beaches relatively easy, though from Monday onwards the prevailing easterlies will limit shore-based fishers to westerly facing areas.

Great Southern catches
Alessandro Daniele from Reel Side Fishing decided to head out during one of the weather windows down south and ended up being rewarded with a queen! 

Boats

Pretty miserable conditions have kept most boats on trailers although late in the week sheltered areas of King George Sound were fishable and offered squid and King George whiting. A couple of bigger boats got to the coral ground on Thursday and managed pink snapper, queen snapper and a few breaksea cod. Saturday should provide a decent weather window to put the boat in, while later in the week may also provide some opportunities for boat fishing.

Shore-based

Not a great deal of land-based activity this week but decent squid were caught in the Town Marina and at Emu Point. These locations have also offered herring and the odd small skippy. Bream and mulloway shut down for most of the week in the King and Kalgan rivers but both species became more active on Wednesday and Thursday. A few juvenile salmon and herring were caught at the mouth of the Kalgan River. Rising swell on Sunday is likely to limit the shore-based activity to protected areas, though offshore winds on Saturday morning should be conducive for targeting salmon, skippy and herring from the beaches.

South West catches
KING 👑. Kurt Wilson is usually behind the camera filming but this time he decided to show everyone what a proper yellowtail kingfish looks like! 


Boats

Crayfishing has been the main game and plenty have been caught in depths from a few metres up to 15m. In Geographe Bay squid and King George whiting have been the dominant catches along with a few sand whiting. Squid in the bay are widespread in a range of depths – as are the KGs – and some very big King George whiting have come from the Four Mile Reef, which has also held a few good skippy. Samson fish and yellowtail kingfish have been caught offshore from the Capes when conditions have allowed, while near the Bunbury Cut dinghy fishers trolling for tailor have had to settle for hordes of herring instead. Saturday morning is shaping up to be a glass-off in the morning, though the wind and swell will begin to pick up from Sunday onwards.

Shore-based

Yellowfin whiting have been abundant in the Leschenault Estuary and even this week’s milder weather hasn’t slowed them down. They have been hitting ZX and TT vibes and small surface lures, and a few anglers have used clam-shaped vibes on them with good success, often replacing the original trebles with assist hooks. Good yellowfin whiting have also been caught along the shoreline of Geographe Bay, along with herring and sand whiting, and Dunsborough has also been a good spot to target yellowfin whiting. The Bunbury Cut has held heaps of herring and the odd tailor and whiting, while the Collie River has been producing bream and some big metre-plus mulloway. The mouth of Vasse-Wonnerup Estuary is open to the sea and is also likely to produce big mulloway. Beach fishing has been good on both sides of Bunbury with Stratham, Dalyellup, Back Beach and Buffalo beaches offering chopper tailor, herring and sand whiting. Beaches north of town such as Preston and Myalup have fished well for tailor and a few pink snapper have been landed there as well. With crayfish activity picking up, dhufish could be a chance from these beaches as they move close to shore to feed on soft-shelled crayfish. It is believed several dhufish have been caught in the area in the past few weeks. With the crayfish in close, many divers have been able to swim out to near-shore reefs from beaches either side of town to get a feed. At the Busselton Jetty squid have been plentiful, along with herring. The odd Samson fish is still being caught at the end of the jetty, where it could be worth casting metals in case bonito are about. Shore-based fishers will have westerly winds to contend with over the weekend, while the following week should see calm mornings and strong afternoon southerlies.

Trout fishing has slowed a little but a few small rainbows have come from Logue Brook Dam and at Bob’s Crossing in the Murray River. Redfin perch have been caught in good numbers at Wellington and Harvey dams and plenty of 40cm-plus redfin have come from the Pemberton region. Lefroy Brook has held brown trout, rainbow trout and redfin, while Big Brook Dam has produced brown and rainbow trout. 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
If you're looking for an excuse to go chase yellowfin whiting on the flats JUST DO IT! ✅ 
Isabell Tan caught this chunky whiting along with a fair few others for a good feed back home.


Mandurah

A young girl targeting yellowfin whiting in the estuary using a Bassday Suga Pen surface lure surprised many when she hooked what was originally thought to be a big tailor, only for it to turn out to be a decent giant herring, a species that occasionally visits the Peel-Harvey system. The catch has prompted some flats waders to add a couple of Halco Twistys to their tackle bags in case there are more giant herring around. Yellowfin whiting activity has slowed a little in the estuary but catches have been reasonable, while tailor around the 40cm mark have been plentiful. Choppers have been caught by anglers wading out to the estuary’s drop-offs and by boaties anchoring on the edge of channels. Quite a few herring have been among the tailor bycatch. Bream have been caught in the Murray River and also in the estuary’s marinas. The Dawesville Cut has fished well for squid on the rising tide in the late afternoons but tailor and herring action has slowed there. Tailor catches have been down on local beaches as well. A lot of crews that were targeting King George whiting in the 30m depths off Dawesville have switched their attention to crayfish, with the better areas being from the Avalon Reef through to the James Service Reef and the Five-Fathom Bank. The back of the Five-Fathom Bank has held good numbers of sand whiting and small tuna have been about. Speaking of tuna, an angler on his way back from the FADs reportedly caught a northern longtail tuna around the 15kg mark. Onshore winds over the weekends should see most fishers stick to the Estuary, while the following week should see calm winds in the mornings (albeit with a bit of swell turning up).   

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

Crayfishing has come to the fore with plenty of pots being dropped in 2-10m. The cray run has coincided with a decline in King George whiting captures in Cockburn and Warnbro sounds but squid have been in good numbers – although in slightly deeper depths with some of the better spots being Mangles Bay, Parmelia Bank, Garden Island and the 12m depths of Warnbro Sound. Sand whiting are widespread and in good numbers with the inside of Garden Island one of the better spots. At the Five-Fathom Bank, tuna have been active and good skippy have been caught on the broken ground there.   Moderate south-westerlies over the weekend may make it a bit choppy on the water, but Monday onwards should see light winds in the mornings for fishing the protected waters of the Sound.
 
Tailor fishing has really improved with Secret Harbour, Warnbro, Port Kennedy and Long Point offering plenty of 35-50cm fish in the evenings with mulies and metal slices working well on them. Mulloway have also started to show up, especially around Madora Bay and Secret Harbour with quite a few metre-plus fish being landed in the evenings on high tide. All the local beaches have herring and whiting as bycatch. Good yellowfin whiting and chopper tailor have been caught from the beach near the grain terminal, while the Penguin Island spit has been worth a try for whiting, herring, flathead and flounder. Herring and squid have been the mainstays at Rockingham and Palm Beach jetties, the Ammo Jetty and Woodman Point. The Ammo Jetty has also experienced good runs of skippy at times. With the weather warming, walking along the shoreline and casting soft plastics, vibes and small hard-bodied lures into sandy holes along Mangles Bay in the early mornings could produce mixed bags of herring, sand, yellowfin and King George whiting, chopper tailor, skippy, flathead, flounder and tarwhine. Point Peron has been good for land-based squidding and shore-based divers have managed to find a few crays.
Perth catches
I'll let Pepitos Fishing WA do the talking: "When fishing the Recfishwest Towers, I find most success with the smallest profile jig I can get down there. Mainly use 40-80g jigs on PE 1.5 - 2.0 set ups. The schools usually hang off the towers themselves, so you can let them run without being busted off." 

Boats

Hordes of herring are frustrating whiting chasers out from South Fremantle and around Windmills. King George whiting catches have tapered off but there are still plenty of chunky sand whiting among the big numbers of herring. Better spots for sand whiting have included the shipping channel, the 10-15m depths of Cottesloe and City Beach and Windmills. Squid fishers are doing well off South Fremantle in the 3m depths with 2-4-sized jigs working very well. There has been some big King George whiting at Rottnest, while anglers drifting mulies for Samson fish, tuna and yellowtail kingfish around the reefs at the island’s West End have instead caught big tailor. Good tailor have also been caught at Mewstones and Stragglers. At the Three-Mile Reef boaties have done well on King George whiting, while school mackerel have been caught on the troll not far offshore from Mindarie northwards. A Spanish mackerel was reportedly landed in metro waters last week and there have also been reports of mackerel jumping as far south as Secret Harbour.  In the Swan River tailor chasers are encountering plenty of choppers, either by trolling or drifting near working seabirds. The choppers have not been fussy, taking mulies and whitebait, as well as metal lures such as Ocean’s Legacy Slingshots and 10-15g Halco Twistys. Winds swinging onshore over the weekend and rising swells will break the run of glorious boating weather, but the protected areas off the coast and in the river should still provide plenty of fishing opportunities.

Shore-based

The Swan River really fired this week. Big numbers of flathead are being caught on both sides of the river in the regular spots from Fremantle right up to Burswood and beyond.  In the lower reaches big flounder have also been caught. Yellowfin whiting have been difficult to tempt in the river at times but flathead chasers using vibe lures have caught a few on the drop-offs rather than the flats. King George whiting have been among yellowfin whiting schools and a quality King George nudging 50cm was plucked from a yellowfin whiting school at the Leeuwin boat ramp earlier this week. Another prized Swan River species – the giant herring – has been widespread in the river system, as far upstream as Belmont. The Como flats have fished very well for them. Bream have moved far up river and all the summer haunts are producing, including Guildford, the Ashfield flats, Bayswater, Ascot, Burswood and the Causeway. Soapy mulloway and flathead have been among bream fishers’ bycatch.  Tailor are also widespread in the river system, up as far as Burswood. A 50cm tailor was landed at Peppermint Grove this week and tailor have been a common bycatch for flathead fishers. Better spots for tailor have included Canning Bridge, the Narrows under the bridge lights at night time, Point Walter, East Fremantle, North Fremantle and Claremont. The lower reaches of the Swan have also thrown up some decent skippy, with several taken by fly-fishers and squid have entered the river as far up as Claremont and have been caught under the lights on jetties. Fremantle Harbour is full of scaly mackerel and yellowtail scad and at least one big mulloway was landed at the E-Shed wharf this week. North Mole has held reasonable tailor on sunset and into the night, while South Mole has produced herring and squid. Squid are also being caught in good numbers from the yacht club rock walls in South Fremantle right down to Coogee.  The northern beaches have fished very well for tailor with good catches coming from Yanchep Lagoon, Two Rocks and Burns Beach. At Yanchep Lagoon snook have been mixed in with the tailor, and a small tuna was caught. Skippy have been responding to Twistys and soft plastics around Hillarys and Mindarie, while herring, skippy and a few tailor have been the main catches around Floreat.
 
 
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Catch Information

Species:
Australasian Snapper
Australasian Snapper

Baldchin Groper
Baldchin Groper

Barramundi
Barramundi

Bluefish
Bluefish

Breaksea Cod
Breaksea Cod

Brown Trout
Brown Trout

Cobia
Cobia

Coral Trout
Coral Trout

Dhufish
Dhufish

Dusky Flathead
Dusky Flathead

Flathead Catfish
Flathead Catfish

Flounder
Flounder

Giant Trevally
Giant Trevally

Goldband Snapper
Goldband Snapper

Golden Trevally
Golden Trevally

Goldlined Seabream
Goldlined Seabream

Great Barracuda
Great Barracuda

Whitespotted Grouper
Whitespotted Grouper

This Fishing Report was submitted on 1/12/2023 3:30:00 AM by Seamus and last updated on 12/2/2023 6:30:27 PM.


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