North coast still produces good catches
NUMEROUS species of various sizes are thick on the bite all along the north coast.
Deep sea anglers have been spoilt with good sailfish, dorado, tuna, couta and kingfish catches.
Anglers fortunate enough to gain access to some private areas on the lower north coast have managed to battle some bomber snoek.
When targeting these beautiful species, troll fillet traces and small lipped lures behind the backline.
But make sure to have a flick stick close at hand rigged with a small spoon to fire into a shoal swimming past.
Rock and surf anglers have had a rollercoaster week. Pompano have been making the rounds in the lower north coast region.
Cracker shrimp and prawn baits have proved irresistible for this specie.
Local angler Lynton Premlall landed this beauty on a recent shing trip