Boat ramps will be busy
sponsored by fancied and reports indicated that few anglers returned home emptyhanded.
The Allen family of Mt Low continued their mangrove jack hunt fishing one of their favourite creeks on Sunday catching several of the tasty red demons as well as some bait stealing but legal size mud crab.
Young Asha might have caught the fish of the day with a fine mangrove jack of better than 40cm.
Hungry fish line up
SCHOOLTEACHER Billy Green and mate Ryan Barker did their thing in Morrissey’s Creek on Saturday, Green declaring the creek alive with fish.
The pair claimed a barramundi early in the day but told of hungry grunter, bream and salmon that seemed happy to take almost any bait.
Green, a Morrissey’s Creek regular, said the fishing was simply incredible.
And Jamie Janes and daughters Natarsha, 12, and Clare, 4, found a similar quality of fishing when they too, dropped their lines in Morrissey’s Creek on Sunday.
“The girls each caught their very first legal fish,” writes Jamie, “Natarsha this nice bream, 38cm, on slab mullet and Clare this nice grunter, 46cm, on squid.”
Another three bream between 28 and 33cm long and five buck mudcrabs each wider than the required 15cm minimum legal size made for a wonderful estuary haul.