Fishing Report October 2018

Noosa River: 
So far this month the river mouth area at the Dog Beach sand bags has been producing Golden Trevally, GT's, decent Flathead and Whiting. Across in the Frying Pan there's quite a few Whiting taking live worms and yabbies and small surface lures such as the Sugapen 58's. The Woods Bays are still producing Goldens, Cale Cale and GT's in the early mornings. Throw prawn plastics such as the Storm GT prawn plastics just in stock. Local angler Matt Major has caught a nice GT and an Estuary Cod on these plastics (see in images). There's been a few Jacks showing up in the river aswell. Local angler Geoff Stirzaker has been getting into a few Jacks in the upper reaches of the river (see in images). As the water temperature continues to rise into summer the Jacks will become a more prevalent catch all throughout the river. The Ski runs, Tewantin Stretch and Doonella Bridge have been producing GT's and decent Flathead. 

Offshore:
On the offshore scene when the wind permitted, Sunshine Reef has been producing Snapper and Sweetlip. Double Island Point, North and Chardons Reef have produced plenty of quality Snapper, Cobia, Jewfish, Pearl Perch and Maori Cod.

Freshwater:
Lake MacDonald has had Bass schooling in the Three Ways on blades and off the edges in this area as well. Throw surface poppers and walkers in the early mornings and late afternoons. There's plenty of action out at Borumba! The Hooked On staff have been getting stuck into some great fish on lures such as the Westin 'Ricky the Roach'.