East Gippsland Fishing Report
30th November 2023
Cunninghame Arm for Kingfish taking lures, King George whiting are around Kalimna Jetty, Nungurner and Metung. Surf beaches for tailor and salmon, offshore at Six Mile Reef for snapper, flathead and gummies. Pettmans Beach is also worth a look.
The main lake and around the shallow banks is fishing well, landing nice bream and the odd flathead, also give Mill Point and Nowa Nowa Arm a go using plastics
With the rain in the last few days try the river mouth, and the northern end of the Silt Jetties in the deeper water for bream and the odd mulloway using soft plastics and deep diving lures.
The Blue Hole and The Cliffs are the best spots for bream, with live baits. Fishing from a boat is also producing decent results.
Down to the Swimming Hole and into the river mouth and Jones Bay for bream, preferred baits being prawn, soft shell, cut crab and diving lures.
Chinamans Creek, Boxes Creek, Shaving Point, town jetties and around the Boole Poole area is worth a look for bream using prawn. Whiting are around Nungurner.
Bream are active around the town jetties, best results with prawn and soft plastics, some Kingfish are also being caught.
Water temp is at 23°, as a result whiting are starting to become active, surf beaches for salmon and tailor on pilchards and poppers.
Around the islands for bream and luderick biting on prawns and plastics, tailor and salmon on the incoming tide, surf beaches are also catching tailor, salmon and the odd gummy.
The entrance is still open, try the river and channel for bream, surf beach for salmon and tailor on pilchards and poppers.
In the river for bream using cut crab, the football ground has pinkies biting on prawn and in the lake for tailor chasing silver metal lures
Harrisons Channel, the two lakes, Gipsy Point, Genoa River, the Junction and Cape Horn are producing nice sized bream and some flathead, best baits with worm, plastics and prawn
Omeo High Country
The recent rains will freshen up the rivers resulting in good fishing chasing dry flies, soft plastics and hard bodies. Please be careful around the soft riverbanks.
Matthew caught the biggest fish