THE Avoca rock platforms are producing tailor and salmon for anglers spinning with small metals.
School mulloway are chasing bait fish in the eddies on the northern side of the Rip Bridge.
Blue eye cod to 20kg are devouring fresh squid baits at Browns Mountain. Yellowfin to 30kg were spotted harassing schools of sauries east of Browns.
The odd blue marlin strike occurred at the Southern Canyons.
Trevally are again the dominant species throughout Sydney Harbour. Peeled prawns are providing the best results as long as a constant stream of burley is also employed. Locations currently fishing well include North Head, Camp Cove, Clifton Gardens and the ever faithful Sow and Pigs.
Kingfish over one metre are grabbing live baits and knife jigs at first and last light along the north eastern edge of The Peak.
A few solid kings were also snared at the wreck known as Annie Miller, off Diamond Bay. Wahyu from Global Tackle found the bream biting despite targeting snapper in Lurline Bay.
The afternoon session into the evening was the preferred time, with halfpilchards the bait of choice.
A run of teraglin is taking place at the Coogee Trag Grounds. Squid and slabs of tailor seem to be working best, especially if fishing a tide change just after dark.
The southern headlands of Coogee and Maroubra are offering plenty of drummer action with fish hitting the scales at 2kg not uncommon. Peeled prawns dangled in conjunction with a bread burley is a must — try your luck at first and last light.
The breakwall at the Foreshore Road boat ramp has seen fishermen getting among the school mulloway. Both baits and casting lures are attracting strikes, especially if fishing the last two hours before an evening tide change.
Tailor are pouncing on metal lures at the artificial reef in Yarra Bay.