Southeasterly 15 to 20 knots, easing to 10 to 15 knots by late morning, so be ready there could be fishable conditions later in the day.
Noosa: Bream, flathead and whiting around the Noosa River mouth. Flathead, bream and whiting in Weyba Creek. Good flathead along the Tewantin reach. School jew, jacks and threadfin Salmon between the lakes. The big tides after the new moon will have a few mud crabs on the move in the river systems.
Maroochydore: The Anglers Almanac, shows there could be good fish feeding activity for a few more days after last Sundays New Moon. Try for mangrove jack in the middle-upper river and creeks. Some good whiting around the Bli Bli Islands, with smaller fish coming from the lower river. Flathead from Bli Bli and the creek mouths.
Kawana: Bream in the lower reaches of the Mooloolah River. A few trevally feed along the rock walls in the lower river and from McKenzies Bridge. Jack in the canals and mud crabs in the deep holes in the upper reaches. Whiting from the yabbie banks in middle river.
Caloundra: Plenty of flathead in the northern end of the passage. Some good whiting on popper from the mouth of Bells. Jacks in Bells and Coochin Creek and Pelican Waters.
The crew aboard Top Catch Charters took a 7kg snapper caught by Wayne on the Caloundra 9mile on Sunday the cod he also bagged was at currimundi reef. There were lots of bait schools in close and it looks like it's going to be a good mackerel season with all the dry weather we've been getting.