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Tuesday, January 28, 2020
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Topic: fishing

Tilapia fishing competition hooks invasive pests

The aggressive nature of the 131 tilapia reeled in at the Bundaberg tilapia fishing competition was evident as each catch put up a fight.

Offshore fishing a treat with plenty of big catches

The Bundaberg offshore forecast is looking fantastic over the next few days and plenty of fish are being caught, if you can beat the sharks.

Crabs on the move with morning tides

Crabs are going to be on the move with big morning tides this week and the Tackle World team recommend keen fishos get their crab pots in.

Metre-long barra snared at Lake Monduran

Frequent fisher of Lake Monduran Will McNee landed a whopping 102cm barramundi while hunting for the elusive Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra.

Barramundi biting again at Monduran

With Christmas and New Year done and dusted, it’s time to get out and catch your trophy fish, whether it be a barramundi or a queenfish.

Tilapia targeted in new fishing competition

The Tilapia Fishing Competition and Awareness Day will be held on Saturday, 18 January at Sandy Hook to combat the invasive species.

Catch yourself some Christmas lunch

This weekend is the last to catch yourself some delicious seafood for Christmas lunch. At this stage the weather is shaping up well with light winds forecast for the Bundaberg area.

Snap up a crab with the full moon tides

The crabs are on the move in the Baffle and Kolan systems. It will be well worth putting the pots in this weekend with the full moon tides.

Creek to Coast drives visitors to region

Popular fishing show Creek to Coast has showcased the Bundaberg Region with local operators saying it's already paying dividends for visitor numbers.

Grab yourself a grunter this weekend

A few big grunter over 60cm have been keeping anglers entertained recently on the Burnett River and mangrove jack have also been very active this past week.

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