Longtail and mac tuna taking lures in Platypus Bay
Freedom Fishing Supplies report with Amanda Drury
IT WAS fantastic to see a change in the weather this week, making much better boating and fishing conditions.
Lets take a look at what's been caught around the Wide Bay.
The Burrum River is full of fishing action with reports of barramundi, threadfin salmon, mangrove jack, grunter and large flathead.
Long tail and mac tuna along with golden travelly have been taking lures in Platypus Bay.
Rooney's has been producing some good quality reef fish along with large cobia.
The back beach of Fraser Island is still delivering good quality tailor however they are quite scattered.
But if you're willing to put in a little more effort, you're bound to get a good feed.
Reports of quality reef fish are still coming in from Moon Ledge, and anglers are getting their arms stretched by beautiful black-spot tusk fish and large estuary cod around the artificial reef.
Threadfin salmon are being reported in numbers from the Mary River along with grunter, estuary cod and large summer whiting up on the sand flats.
Kauri Creek is living up to it's reputation with good quality mangrove jack taking live baits and shallow diving lures.