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Recfishwest's State-wide Fishing Report 22 December 2023 ūüé£

 | By Seamus on 12/22/2023 2:54:31 AM | Views (419)
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Fishing Report
22/12/23
This stunning dolphinfish snap courtesy of @bdoutdoorsdotcom is how most of us will look at 2am on December 27th prowling the fridge and tucking into some leftover Christmas ham. 
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Sam Bock
Sam Russell
Jarrad Lawford
Sedin Hasanovic 
It's been great to see so many fishers enjoying fishing for demersals again this past week! This will be our last fishing report for the year but it will return in the new year on Friday, 5 January. Enjoy your holidays, stay safe and tight lines! 

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Broome catches
Check out this 63cm horse of a tripletail landed by Zac Gonzales this week just outside of Broome! Kudos to his pal Rudi Oberholzer for sending in this beauty of a snap. 


Boats

Steady westerly winds have limited boating activity in Roebuck Bay with most fishers concentrating on Dampier and Willie creeks, which have offered shelter from the wind and produced barramundi, blue salmon and the odd threadfin salmon. Willie Creek has also produced a few mangrove jack. Fingermark, cod and northern mulloway have been targeted around the edge of the Deeps, but the fishing has been slow. Today and tomorrow morning will hold the calmer westerly winds and low swell, but expect the westerlies to pick back up to a minimum of 12 knots from Saturday arvo right through into next week. 

Shore-based

Trevally and queenfish have been the main catches at both Town Beach and Port jetties with bigger models of both species at the latter. Trevally, queenfish and the odd bluebone have been caught at Entrance Point, while the Town Beach has been the best spot for a feed of whiting. Bream, mangrove jack and the odd barramundi have been caught at Barred and Willie creeks. The flow has picked up a little in the Fitzroy River with the better barramundi spots being Telegraph Pool and Langi Crossing. 

Big thanks to the crew from Tackle World Broome for their tips! Make sure you pay them a visit for the best gear and advice for your next fishing trip. 
Exmouth catches
Diamond trevally certainly put their fins up as one of the most stunning looking fish in the sea, with this cracker landed aboard the @onstrikecharters vessel. 

Boats

The offshore run of big blue marlin seems to have slowed, but black marlin and sailfish have been in good numbers in depths from 30-150m. Richter Soft Oscars and Soft Grassys in 6 to 8-inch sizes have proven effective. Yellowfin tuna have been among the bycatch. Deep-droppers who were fishing the 250m depths last week found the currents too strong and had more success around the 170-180m mark on pearl perch, goldband snapper and comet cod. Spanish mackerel have been in 20-30m depths between Vlamingh Head and North West Reef, while the 10-20m depths on the west side have offered red-throat emperor and blue-lined emperor. Around the Muiron Islands bluebone and coral trout have been in good numbers and 7-10kg bluebone have been speared near Peak Island. The eastern areas of the Gulf saw cod, giant trevally and big queenfish caught, while the shoals in the Gulf have offered blue-lined emperor and the odd coral trout. Soft plastics and Nomad Squidtrex have worked well on both species. School mackerel have also been caught. Early morning squid chasers have managed a feed close in, while at the Bay of Rest blue swimmer crabs have been caught in the shallows and mud crabs have come from the holes around the mangroves. Fly-fishers have sighted permit on the offshore flats down there but they often have been reluctant to bite. Thankfully small trevally and queenfish have been more accommodating. This morning saw a calm patch but the moderate to strong south-westerly winds will be sticking around for the next five days or so. Hopefully next weekend is less choppy. There should be some nice sheltered areas within the Gulf. 

Shore-based

Queenfish have been active at Learmonth Jetty on certain days, while mangrove jack have been schooling underneath the jetty on a rising tide and taking live baits or freshly caught baitfish. A few bream have been about there and so have whiting, which have been taking surface poppers as well as baits. Mangrove jack around the 35-40cm mark have also been caught in the town marina, at Bundegi and up at Oysters. When chasing mangrove jack in warmer weather, locals recommend casting into shady areas such as mangrove overhangs. The light industrial area has fished well for big queenfish, while the marina’s northern rock wall has produced queenfish and school mackerel. Inside the marina, bream, cod and flathead have been caught. Trevally have been in good numbers around Bundegi and Charlie Court cod have been the main fare at Mildura Wreck. Bluebone have been sighted there but they have been reluctant to take baits or lures. When it has been fishable, Tantabiddi has offered small trevally. With the prevalence of mangrove jack a trip to Wapet Creek could be worthwhile. 

These great tips were courtesy of the friendly team at Tackle World Exmouth. Swing by their store for the best advice and gear ahead of your next trip! 
 
 
Kalbarri catches
Shimano ambassador @nickihuntfishing with a five-star quality eating blue lined emperor. They are also known as black snapper or grass emperor and are often mistaken for spangled emperor given the similar shape. 

Boats

Conditions were far from ideal when the demersal ban was lifted, nevertheless crews forced to stay in close managed good hauls of pink snapper, along with a few dhufish and the odd baldchin groper. There has been plenty of baitfish offshore but pelagic activity has been quiet and the water rather dirty. However, an exception was a 33kg yellowfin tuna taken near the Three-Mile Reef this week. Thankfully the mornings are looking quite pleasant for the boaties over the next few days with lower winds and swell expected. Make the most of it!

Shore-based

There has been plenty of tailor action at Wittecarra and Red Bluff with big dart also being caught there. Big tailor have been landed at Rainbow Gorge and at Jakes Bay, which produced an 80cm beast. Wagoe has fished very well with one angler cleaning up on mulloway up to 15kg, with most of them released. The same angler landed good tailor and pink snapper. The Murchison River has offered yellowfin whiting at the Sand Spit and chopper tailor have come past there in the evenings. Bream have been mainly up river and mud crabs have been worth chasing throughout the system. Good yellowfin whiting have also been caught near Chinamans.

Shout to to Dean from Kalbarri Sports and Dive for his tips! Feel free to venture into his store to ask for advice if you're wetting a line around Kalbarri!
Geraldton catches


‚ÄčBoats

Before conditions turned nasty boaties celebrated the reopening of the demersal season with good catches of dhufish either side of town and plenty of baldchin groper, some up to 75cm, lots of pink snapper and a few coral trout. There are some moderate to strong winds rolling through over the next week with a swell of around 2m but there might be a very brief reprieve from the wind around midday on Sunday. 

Shore-based

Weed has moved in, ruling out a lot of locations, but earlier in the week the stretch from the surf club back to Tarcoola produced tailor when the wind had dropped. Tailor have been caught at the first and second points at Greenough and also at the S-Bend. And when fishable, tailor, snook and pink snapper have been caught at the Drummonds Cove and Coronations reefs. Even whiting chasers found the pickings slim this week, but if all else fails the Batavia Coast Marina could be worth a try for bread-and butter-species and maybe a few squid.

Thanks to the team at Geraldton Sports Centre for their tips! They will happily provide you with great gear and the solid advice for your next fishing trip. 
Lancelin catches
Robbie and his family joined Peter Fullarton on one of his Tailored Treks Tours during the school holidays and managed to find plenty of fun-size snapper among the gutters. 


‚ÄčBoats

Lobster fishers are doing well catching jumbos in the 20-30m depths with two to three day pulls working best, while inshore pots needed to be up tight on heavier reef grounds to find the reds. Some great dhufish catches were made last weekend with some solid fish around the 10-15kg mark reported from the 35-65m depths. Boats fishing inside those depths had difficulty finding larger sized demersals, although Samson fish in the 5-7kg range have been a fun bycatch. Random schools of bluefin tuna were encountered mostly out from 40m depths and their sizes have been quite decent. Some good snapper catches have also been reported from reefs closer to shore to the white bank, with the early morning tending to be the best time and a good burley trail also the key to successful results. The bay continued its great run of King George whiting, with some good sizes still rolling through over the broken patches of weed and sand. Herring were best in the deeper sections of the bay in the northern areas due to water quality and blowfish being a problem along the more shallow areas of the bay's southern areas. The conditions today look great today with lower winds and swell for a majority of the day, Sunday morning should see low to moderate easterlies and a 2m swell in case you're thinking of a pre-Christmas send but next week is looking choppy on the water.  

Shore-based

Tailor catches have varied with a wide range of sizes along the beaches from just legal to fish over 50cm. The results have been patchy, but early in the morning around sunrise usually saw the better results. Guitar fish were a common bycatch during the week, just brace your arms and back for a solid battle. Snapper numbers have been excellent with fish coming off the cast in the early mornings and often not even near reefs, with most fish between 50-60cm. Drone fishers have been absent during the strong winds but with the more favourable forecast today that saw gentle winds and Sunday morning potentially holding low easterly winds, more catches should roll in considering the great results we have seen off the cast.

A big Recfishwest thanks to Peter Fullarton for his tips on what's biting around Lancelin each week! If you want Peter to put you on to the fish directly, make sure you check out his Tailored Treks Tours page. Always a great time and Peter knows the best spots around Lancelin like the back of his hand. 
 
 
Esperance catches


Boats

In Esperance Bay squid have been plentiful and thumping King George whiting have been caught around the weed banks at West Beach, while sand whiting have been in good numbers at West Beach and Blue Haven Beach. Samson fish have been caught at Black Island and Observatory Island held good numbers of harlequin fish and queen snapper. Pink snapper and nannygai have been caught towards Figure of Eight Island and Baines Reef, while the corner of Wylie Bay has held big flathead and snook. It looks like the strong easterly winds are sticking around this week unfortunately, so try and find a sheltered area behind the mainland or one of the islands to avoid the chop if you're thinking of heading out in the boat. 

Shore-based

Bandy Creek Boat Harbour has held King George whiting and decent skippy, while the Town Jetty offered squid and herring, along with garfish at night. At Taylor Street skippy and big herring have been caught off the rock wall. Salmon and soapy mulloway have been hanging out in a nice gutter near the second carpark at Fourth Beach, while 10-Mile lagoon offered salmon and big flathead. At Alexander Bay and Thomas River school mulloway and gummy sharks have been the main catches, while Roses Beach fished well for salmon up to 6kg and skippy around 2kg. Plenty of sand whiting have come from just past the rock at Wylie Bay. Woody Lake was decent for bream this week, while bream up to 42cm have been hitting lures and baits at Stokes Inlet.

Hats off to the very knowledgeable team at Southern Sports & Tackle for their tips! These guys love their fishing as well, so make sure you swing by their store for the best gear and advice before wetting a line around Esperance. 

Great Southern catches
Demersal delight for these two off Albany thanks to the @oceans_legacy Roven jigs! 


Boats

Conditions have been very poor with only a few crews managing to find small weather windows in sheltered areas of King George Sound where they worked hard for modest catches of squid, herring and King George whiting. Late last week a bigger boat managed to get to the coral ground and did very well on nannygai in what looks increasingly to have been the last day of offshore fishing for the year due to the approaching weather. Saturday should see the calmest window of the easterly winds which have been rather strong lately, but there is the potential for a great window to open up early on Boxing Day morning, with minimal wind and a 2m swell currently forecast. Keep an eye on that one. 

Shore-based

It has been tough going from the shore too but squid have been caught from the town marina, Emu Point, Frenchman Bay and Whalers Cove. A few blue swimmer crabs have been scooped in sheltered parts of Frenchman Bay at night. The town marina held a few herring and small skippy among the hordes of pickers, while herring, juvenile salmon and a few whiting have been caught at Emu Point. More reports have emerged of tailor catches near town and Bornholm could be worth a crack if conditions allow. When the swells have been down, sheltered rock platforms have offered pink snapper and skippy, while Cheynes Beach held herring and squid. Bream and a few soapy mulloway have been caught in the King and Kalgan rivers and bream were also caught in the Hay River. Wilson Inlet held a variety of species at times including King George whiting, flathead, herring, tarwhine and blue swimmer crabs.

Good on the Trailblazers Albany crew for their tips this week! Swing by their store if you're after some top gear and advice ahead of your next fishing trip. 

South West catches
A very happy day's fishing for @goyne_fish off Cape Naturaliste this week, with this solid dhufish coming over the side. 

Boats

Many crews did well on the demersals when the ban was lifted last weekend with the north side of Bunbury fishing a little better. Pink snapper were the main catch but some decent dhufish came over the side along with breaksea cod as crews found fish on lumps in a range of depths. Dhufish were landed in 22m and out to 25-35m depths with octopus baits outfishing jigs. Plenty of big King George whiting were among the demersal bycatch. Crayfishers have continued to do well, but more so those putting their pots out a bit deeper. In the Leschenault estuary drop netters have been finding blue swimmer crabs near the Bunbury Cut but the sizes have been an issue at times, while trolling for chopper tailor often produced good results. Kayak fishers south of Bunbury braved tough conditions on the opening day of the demersal season but some of those who persevered were rewarded with small dhufish, breaksea cod and chunky skippy. Geographe Bay has offered plenty of squid with 6m depths a good starting point, along with King George whiting and sand whiting and a few pink snapper in deeper water. At the Four-Mile Reef off Siesta Park a spearfisher ticked off one of his bucket-list species by shooting a boarfish, which are considered to be excellent on the chew. Waters offshore from Dunsborough have offered dhufish, crayfish and small tuna. The light to moderate south-westerly winds are sticking around over the coming days but midday on Christmas Eve and early on Christmas Day could bode well for great conditions out on the water. 

Shore-based


The yellowfin whiting have started to fire up over the past week or so within the estuaries with a heap of fishers around Bunbury and Busselton getting in on the action. Pic courtesy of @geographecampingtackleworld. 

Get excited South-West fishers, the Leschenault or 'SCM jetty' as it's known locally has reopened for fishing after a two-year closure due to a $3 million refurbishment! The jetty has been one of the most popular land-based fishing spots in our South-West since it was built in the 1960s, whether it was catching tailor at sunset, mussels on the pylons or dropping nets for delicious crabs. Recfishwest attended the reopening and you can catch Recfishwest Senior Operations Officer and Australind local Sam Russell talking about the jetty's reopening and importance to local fishers by clicking here. 

Yellowfin whiting have been smashing vibes and surface lures throughout the estuary and the action is expected to hot up even more with the weekend’s hot spell. Chopper tailor have also been plentiful around the estuary’s drop-offs and some good choppers have been caught in the lower reaches of the Collie River which has also fished well for soapy mulloway and bream. The beaches both sides of Bunbury offered good numbers of chopper tailor and mulloway around the metre mark have increasingly turned up as bycatch. Dayellup has been reliable for chopper tailor and herring and also produced quite a few flathead this year. Squid have also been caught from the shore there. Tailor catches around Dunsborough have improved with Elmore Road a good spot to try your luck. Most of the beaches between Busselton and Dunsborough have been holding yellowfin whiting and herring, along with the odd chopper tailor and flounder. At Busselton Jetty squid are still the main game but herring are in good numbers as well and the deep water at the end often holds Samson fish.

Big cheers to Whitey's Tackle & Camping for their top fishing tips as always! If you're in Australind or Bunbury and are keen to wet a line throughout our South-West make sure you ask their very friendly team who love their fishing for advice and stock up on gear at their store. If you're in Busselton, the 2 Oceans Tackle team are also incredibly helpful. 

Make sure you follow the South West Kayak Anglers Facebook page to keep up to date with some cracking freshwater catches, including this 48cm thumper of a redfin perch. We still haven't seen a 50cm+ beast sent in but the challenge has been set!
With water levels falling and exposing structure, dams such as Harvey and Wellington have offered good numbers of redfin perch, with some big fish nudging 50cm being landed. The Collie River is also fishing well for redfin perch and in the Donnelly River water levels have remained high enough to make chasing rainbow trout worthwhile.  Around Waroona and Harvey, rainbow trout are active in the feeder streams to the dams despite the falling water levels with anglers advised to look for deeper pools and undercuts.
Mandurah and surrounds
If you're seeing dolly's hanging around the Mandurah FADs, see if you can take an underwater snap of the fish hanging around the device or better yet, try and catch one of them! The waters have warmed up and the FADs are definitely worthy of a visit. Snap courtesy of @tackle_world_miami and the Mandurah FADs coordinates can be found here. 


Mandurah

Crews that headed out wide managed to find good dhufish in patches in a range of depths but pink snapper were much easier to come by. This was reported frequently either side of the Five-Fathom Bank with the bigger pinkies patrolling the edges of the reef and feeding on the bottom, probably targeting crabs in the sand holes there. Tuna have also been around the Five-Fathom Bank and dolphinfish have been the main quarry at the FADs with two skirted lures from Richter, the Junior Tornado and the Boom Boom getting good results. In the estuary, yellowfin whiting chasers have had to cover plenty of ground to find fish, with the mouth of creeks around South Yunderup one of the better spots. Crabbers have also been working hard with crab nets dropped over a muddy bottom working the best for legal size crabs. Unsuccessful whiting chasers have saved the day by wading out to the drop-offs and targeted tailor on light gear, landing plenty of fish around the 40cm mark. Herring were also plentiful among the tailor schools and boaties have also done well on both species either by trolling or anchoring on the edge of channels. Tailor fishing improved in the Dawesville Cut now there is more water movement and it’s been the same for squid. The Mandurah traffic bridges have also fished better for herring and just-sized tailor. Good bream have been caught in the canals and there could be a few in the Serpentine and Murray rivers. The better beach fishing has been north of town where Seascapes, Silver Sands and Golden Bay have offered good chopper tailor and a few mulloway either side of the metre mark. The next few mornings are lining up nicely for good conditions out on the water, so make the most of it! 

Thinking of wetting a line around Mandurah? These great tips were courtesy of the super friendly and helpful team at Tackle World Miami so make sure you swing by their store for the best tips and gear before your next fishing trip! 

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

Plenty of dhufish were landed when the demersal season opened with some of the better spots being the Five-Fathom Bank and Seahorse Reef in 30m+ depths. Pink snapper and breaksea cod were among the bycatch. Tuna have also been hanging around Five-Fathom Bank. Crayfish have moved into deeper water but a few reds have remained closer in. Squid have been in good numbers with Garden Island and Mangles Bay fishing well. Many crews have been taking advantage of the strong easterlies in the morning and setting up a drift in 9m depths inside of Garden Island and then drifting almost all the way to the island itself. Bigger squid jigs have often been needed to stay near the bottom. Tailor have been caught at the exposed reefs at Mewstones, Stragglers and Garden Island but not in the big numbers of recent weeks and plenty of big herring have been beating them to baits. As for land-based, the beaches have continued to fish well for tailor with Secret Harbour, Port Kennedy, and Long Point offering fish around 40cm with plenty of herring mixed in. Secret Harbour has also produced mulloway around the metre mark. The Rockingham foreshore and the beach at the grain terminal have held yellowfin whiting with Eco Gear ZX and TT SwitchPrawn vibes working well on them. The sand spit at Penguin Island offered yellowfin whiting and sand whiting. Plenty of herring have come from Rockingham and Palm Beach jetties, along with some good squid. Fishing has been quieter at the Ammo Jetty and Woodman Point, but Point Peron has been a good land-based squid option.    

These great fishing tips were provided by the great team at Compleat Angler & Camping World in Rockingham, so make sure you chat to their experienced crew in store and stock up before heading out!
Perth catches
Heading out for a demersal fish this weekend? Don't forget to have a troll or try flicking metal lures next to bait balls because there are still plenty of pelagic powerhouses doing the rounds. @danielpecnik.1 landed this beauty of a tuna heading out from Hillarys this week and the Sambos and yellowtail kingfish are going wild too, along with the FADs for dolphinfish. 

Boats

Pink snapper have been the main catch offshore with some boaties getting their limit in a matter of casts. The pinks have been widespread with 11m depths north of Rottnest fishing well, as has the Three-Mile Reef, Ocean Reef, Two Rocks and the traditional 40-80m depths as well, where dhufish and breaksea cod have been added to the bag. Dhufish and baldchin groper were also caught out from Ocean Reef. Two very big King George whiting, 75cm and 65cm, were caught inshore in 6m just off Rottnest by anglers who were targeting wrasse to use for cray bait. Good King George have also been caught at Windmills and the Three-Mile. A few tuna have been around Rottnest’s West End and 5-6km south of West End Samson fish have been caught in 40m depths. The DPIRD/Recfishwest FADs have been attracting dolphinfish but they have been very skittish, with few being landed. One crew got fed up trying to tempt them with lures and live baits and went over the side and speared a couple instead. Inshore waters of South Fremantle have offered squid and sand whiting in the mornings, while crayfish have moved out to the 40m depths. The Swan River is holding good numbers of chopper tailor and in the deeper parts of the river such as Blackwall Reach and Mosman Bay saw blue swimmer crabs caught.There tends to be moderate winds in the morning before the Freo Doctor rolls in, so take care and be safe when your're enjoying time on the water over the Christmas period. Remember to be courteous and patient to others at the ramps. Tuesday onwards in partciular next week is expected to be a bit choppy. 

Shore-based


Christmas came early for local metro fisher Duncan, with this cracking 20kg, 1.2m long slab of silver coming out of his favourite gutter. Gotta love the late sunsets over the Christmas holidays too. 

Over the weekend, WA Premier Roger Cook announced that the Government has signed a $107 million works contract to start the next stage of major works for the Ocean Reef marina development. However, the Government is yet to offset the loss of the 12.5 hectares of productive reef habitat which resulted in more than one million abalone being killed to make way for the marina. As a result of this failure, DPIRD was once again forced to restrict this summer’s metro recreational abalone season by one day for the fifth year in a row. Hear from Leyland Campbell discussing the impacts of Ocean Reef marina on recreational fishers by watching our latest video here. 

North Mole has fished well for chopper tailor with mulies baitcast under a glow stick usually getting the job done after dark. A few solid skippy have also come from North Mole but herring have been harder to find. Tailor have been caught at the very tip of South Mole, which has also offered a few squid closer to shore. The rock walls around Fremantle Sailing Club have produced bream on the inside, with lightly weighted or unweighted bits of mulie working well, while small squid have been taken on the outside walls. Cottesloe has fished well for chopper tailor around sunset and at Port Beach soapy mulloway have been among the tailor schools. In the mornings, Floreat Drain has offered good mixed bags of chopper tailor, herring and skippy caught on mulies or metal slices such as 15g Halco Twistys. A few flathead have been among the bycatch. Chopper tailor and a few herring have been consistent at most north metro beaches. In the Swan River a few yellowfin whiting have been taking vibe lures near the traffic bridges and flathead and flounder are still fishing well in the lower and middle reaches, with flathead up to 50cm also being caught on soft plastics around the Causeway and as far upstream as Guildford. There have been whispers of giant herring around 60cm being caught upstream from the Causeway, while mulloway nudging a metre have been landed at Canning Bridge. Chopper tailor are in good numbers from the traffic bridges right up to the Causeway with big herring among them in the lower reaches, while bream fishers are doing well wading the flats around Burswood on warm nights when there’s a bit of surface ripple, casting stickbaits and slow-rolling or twitching them back.. Both Saturday and Sunday morning are looking great for a land-based flick too, with light easterly winds aiding with casting. 

A big thanks to Anglers Fishing World in Fremantle for their great tips! These guys love their fishing just as much as we all do, so make sure you ask their super friendly team for advice and stock up before wetting a line off the land or boat! 
 
 
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Catch Information

Species:
Australasian Snapper
Australasian Snapper

Baldchin Groper
Baldchin Groper

Barramundi
Barramundi

Black Marlin
Black Marlin

Blue Marlin
Blue Marlin

Bluefin Tuna
Bluefin Tuna

Bluefish
Bluefish

Breaksea Cod
Breaksea Cod

Coral Trout
Coral Trout

Dhufish
Dhufish

Dusky Flathead
Dusky Flathead

Flathead Catfish
Flathead Catfish

Flounder
Flounder

Fourfinger Threadfin
Fourfinger Threadfin

Giant Trevally
Giant Trevally

Gummy Shark
Gummy Shark

This Fishing Report was submitted on 12/22/2023 2:54:31 AM by Seamus and last updated on 12/27/2023 5:05:34 PM.


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