Fishing Report – 19 October 2023

Beach and Rocks –
Collaroy, Dee Why and Narrabeen beaches are holding some nice sized whiting and the odd good sized surf bream. Best baits are beach worms and peeled prawns.
Also reports of salmon and tailor coming on after dark on pilchards.
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Off the rocks, Chris from NBT has been getting bags of large bream, trevally and the odd kingfish – most fish being taken from Curl Curl, Dee Why Headland, or Long Reef.

Narrabeen Lake –
The lake is fishing well for good sized bream, flathead and mixed species such as long toms, and luderick. Top spots seem to be around the Jamieson Park area, Deep Creek, and the Wakehurst Parkway area. Plenty of fish being caught on TT Switch Prawns, Daiwa double clutch lures and fresh Hawkesbury prawns.

Offshore –
All of the close reefs are providing mixed bags of fish including snapper, tailor, kingfish and trevally. Try Boltons, Newport Reef, or Trawleys.
The large swell over the past few days should improve fishing over this weekend.

Pittwater –
Some cracker catches of good-sized kings have also been caught at Clareville, Stokes Point, and Mackerel Beach. Almost all fish have been taken on fresh squid strips or floating unpeeled prawns. Flathead have been taken on the drift at McCarr’s Creek, Sand Point and the western side of Scotland Island.

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