Hi all! I hope you’ve all had a good week.
What an awesome start to the school holidays here on the Sunshine Coast – great weather and great fishing. We’ve been really busy over the last few days and we’re loving it. We’ve done a lot half and three quarter day fishing trips on the Caloundra Nine Mile and Caloundra 12 Mile Reefs as well as Murphy’s Reef, which fished well during the afternoons.
Snapper season is upon us and catches have been good with some big three to five kilo snapper coming from the 12 and Nine Mile Reefs. We’ve also been getting good catches of Moses perch, tuskfish, some big estuary cod and sweetlip. Jess and her Darryl from Toowoomba joined us this week and Jess caught her first fish, a 2.5kg grassy sweetlip, on her second drop. Well done Jess.
The biggest fish over the weekend was an eight-kilo estuary cod. Dennis was pleased it took live bait and peeled off some line.
Overall the weather was pretty calm on the inshore reefs, despite some chilly winds and the next week is looking pretty good too.
Give us a call if you’d like to come out and share some of the action.
In the meantime, Happy hunting!