June 2011

The fishing was a little touch and go at the start of this month; With some of the reefs producing loads one day and close to nothing the next. North Reef started to produce a few good size Snapper toward the end of the month mostly 3-6 kg.

In general the outer reefs were producing more consistently, and with a few night charters under our belt for the month we seemed to get in quite a few high energy trips!

The big knobbies that were about this time last year seem to be hiding away. But the big Amber Jack are doing their part to excite the customers!

Some of the species caught this month include: snapper, moses perch, pearl perch, teraglin jewfish and venus tusk fish, Sweet Lip, Red throat emperor, hussar, Maori cod, gold spot wrasse, cobia, mackerel tuna and the odd amberjack.

Photo: Guest appearance on Noosa blue water charters the rock star William hall lead guitarist of the foreign objects with a 2.5 kg snapper what a legend

Guest appearance on Noosa blue water charters the rock star William hall lead guitarist of the foreign objects with a 2.5 kg snapper what a legend

 

 

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