Western Australia

Mid Coast (Jurien Bay to Geraldton) Fishing Report

March 14, 2017
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Jurien Bay to Geraldton Fishing Report March 14, 2017

Surf fishers have been catching mulloway to 15kg, tailor and the odd pink snapper near Coronation. More tailor and some big herring have been picked up at Explosives. The Greenough River remains connected to the ocean and while this occurrence usually results in big mulloway catches, mostly small fish of about 60cm have been caught there this past week.

Black bream to 40cm have been caught in the lower and middle reaches of the system while the deeper parts have been producing a few mangrove jack. The Flat Rocks to S-Bend coast has been fishing well for tailor and school-size mulloway. The boats trolling bibbed minnows for spanish mackerel have been catching the 6kg to 10kg fish in the waters expanding from The Greenough River mouth to Port Gregory.

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Fish Species currently being caught at Mid Coast (Jurien Bay to Geraldton) around March 14, 2017

Black Bream Jewfish / Mulloway Mangrove Jack Pink Snapper Spanish Mackerel Tailor

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