If your shore bound there is plenty on offer with
the warm currents pushing in along the coast the schools of bait have brought
with them a great mix of species.
Port Kembla Breakwalls always seem to attract the
pelagics at this time of year with the Bonito Salmon Tailor being a regular
catch during the week two small yellow fin Tuna where taken on the proven
Bobby Cork and trailing Fly method also cruising along the ledges plenty of
reports of Frigate Mackerel the odd Mac Tuna and a few strippies busting up they
have been a little tricky to catch at times as they have been eating little
glass eyes so pick out the smallest metal slugs to cast at them .
The Beaches have been producing some nice catches
when the conditions have been kind enough with the whiting still around in most
gutters of Windang Warilla and Port Kembla Beaches the southern end of Warilla
has been producing a few quality Bream at night if you want to spend a couple
of nights targeting jewfish there has been plenty of soapies taken of the
northern beaches .
If you have never caught a Marlin I would suggest
that you get out now and try with very good numbers of stripped marlin in close
and some big Blues out wider your chances of tangling with is pretty good
The lake has also fished well over the last week
with Flathead and Whiting being the main target in the channel area some nice
trevalley have been taken along the Breakwalls at the entrance to the lake if
you want to chase Bream on lures some great fish have been taken from the back
of the lake on Pencils and Poppers .