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Friday, April 10, 2020
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Keep on casting… when COVID-19 is gone

Due to the current COVID-19 situation Tackle World's Fishing Report for this week is based around information rather than what’s biting.

Inshore reefs are firing up with the big fish

The inshore reefs have been firing the past week and the numbers of over one metre queenfish at the four mile and the artificial reef off Elliott Heads has been crazy!

Cooler weather bringing out big Monduran barra

With the weather starting to cool down slightly, the barra fishing at Lake Monduran is firing up again.

Estuaries the go for wind-free fishing

This weekend it looks like fishing will be restricted to the local Bundaberg estuaries and impoundments due to windy weather.

Good-sized crabs out there but remember the take limit

If you like a good feed of crabs then definitely throw the crab pots in but remember - the new laws on possession is seven crabs per person and fourteen per boat.

Mud crabs, estuary species and more on the bite

Even though the Bundaberg Region has received some welcome rain and most of the rivers and creeks are running a little fresh, plenty of quality estuary species are being caught.

Plenty of rain brings out the mangrove jack

Rain has been stirring up the water and bringing out plenty of fish including mangrove jack, flathead and grunter.

Mud crabs up for grabs in the Burnett

Mangrove jack and mud crabs have been turning it on in the Burnett River this week with a good run of weather expected this weekend.

Mangrove jack making a splash in the Burnett River

The Burnett River has been a little hot and cold lately but there has been some really nice mangrove jack caught recently in all parts of the river.

Impressive grunter reeled in from inshore reefs

For the anglers around the Bundaberg area, the grunter being caught on the inshore reefs has been impressive.

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