Anglers flat out hooking flathead

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Declan Da Silva with his 1.5kg snapper from last weekend. He was just too late to enter it in his fishing club monthly comp.
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Hayden from Compleat Angler Windang saysthe reasonably good weather, combined with theschool holidays and a long weekend, will ensure there aresome excellent fish caught.

The inshore flathead drifts around the 30 to 40 metre depth linehave been producing some excellentcatches with most anglers landing their bag limit of 10 fish in no time.

On the inshore reefs, kingfish up to 5 kilos and a few reds are showing.

Information courtesy Bureau of Meteorology

Most fish are around that 1kgmark with a few bigger specimens lurking about that will give your drag a workout.

There have been a few quiet rumblings of snapper up to fivekilos also, but you know these snappergurus, they’re a secretive bunch, but one did let slip, only use the freshest baits.

The beaches are teeming with bait which is bringing around salmon and tailor and a few anglers havebeen very disappointed with small sharks they thought were mulloway.

Ganged pillies and even garfish have worked well but you need to keep moving and test each gutterfor best results.

Whiting have been hanging around most beaches and live worms or fresh pipis flicked in just behindthe shore break should get you hooked up.

The rocks have slowed a little on the pelagic front but the bread and butter fish are starting to move in.

Adelicate use of lightly weighted prawns or cunji in around the washes should hopefully produce abream, pig or trevally.

Warilla Hotel Fishing Club’sApril monthly competition saw deep sea biggest fish section go to Joe Sciberras with anice 600 gram flathead.

Steve Rhind nailed a 4.4kg mix to take out biggest bag.

The senior BRE saw John Phelps table a 900 gram rock blackfish to take biggest fish.

GrahamJackson had a mix of 1.15 kilos to take out biggest bag.

Paul Bysterveld won fish of the month with his 1.135kg flathead. Next month’s target is john dory.

A lesson learnt by young Declan Da Silva who arrived a tad late to enter the comp with his 1.5kgsnapper and he is adamant it will not happen again.

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