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Weekly Fishing Report

Weekly Fishing Report 

Thursday 25th November

Lakes Entrance

North Arm is producing bay trout on incoming tide, taking all baits presented to them. Whiting are at the floating pontoon across from the foot bridge, best results using pipis, mussels and squid legs. Salmon can be found on the surf beach’s using usual baits. Offshore snapper, jack ass and rubber lipped morwong can be found at six-mile reef and the pipeline. Gummies are being caught closer to the beach also some swordfish are about. Water temperature is 16.2 degrees.

Lake Tyers

Best spot for bream is at the number 2 boat ramp, long point is also good for bream. From the bank fishing is a bit hard, using boats and hobbies are making it easier, floating prawn is preferred bait.

Mitchell River

From the cut and all the way down to the river mouth for bream taking prawn, spider crab and vibes.

Tambo River

Best spot for bream now is at Reynolds Road, Tambo Bay and the snags, best results are on a drifting prawn, spider crab and vibes.


Pear Tree and all the way down to Thumb Point is the best spots for bream using cut crab, spider crab, drifting prawn and vibes.


No report this week


For flathead try Newlands Arm, The Strait and Sunset Cove for bream using floating prawn. Some people have used a jig head with prawn on the jig.

Holland’s Landing

No report for this week due to heavy rain and flooding.


Still a lot of rainwater travelling down and into the river system. There is some bream about taking a drifting prawn. Surf beaches are producing salmon and tailor on usual baits.

Bemm River

Bream are in the lake taking local prawn, soft plastics and hard body lures.

Tamboon Inlet

Some flathead is about taking soft plastics and prawn, there is also bream taking drifting prawn, cut crab and spider crab.


The flat head competition was a great day out with good results in the top and bottom lake using prawn and soft plastics.

Omeo High Country

River levels are still up, but they are still producing fish, best results using plastics, flies, metal lures, spinner and drifting earth worm.

Weekly Fishing Report

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