The winds will be North to northwesterly 10 to 15 knots reaching a choppy 20 knots at times offshore. Seas should be 1 to 2 metres, decreasing to 1 to 1.5 metres during the morning. Boats should be able to get out there early this morning. Spots like Sunshine Reef and the Barwon Banks fished well for red throat emperor, gold spotted wrasse, mahi mahi, yellowtail king, amberjack, tuskfish and pearl perch.
Noosa: Chopper tailor at the river mouth. Mangrove jack in Woods Bay yesterday. Big whiting to 33cm in Weyba Creek. Quality golden trevally and flathead at Tewantin and in Noosa Sound. Scattered catches of bream throughout the river. Mud crabs in the upper reaches and sand crabs in the lower reaches.
Maroochydore: Chopper tailor at the river mouth. Whiting on the banks in the lower reaches particularly the Black Bank. Flathead from Picnic Point. Sand crabs in the mouth of Petrie Creek. Mud crabs in the upper reaches and the canals.
Kawana: Some big bream and morwong on the beach at Mooloolaba. Mud crabs in the upper reaches of the river and the creeks. Sand crabs towards the river mouth. Bream around the moorings and along La Balsa Park. Have a go for mangrove jack in Mountain Creek and around McKenzies Bridge.
Caloundra: Trevally inside the Caloundra bar and around the jetties. Bream also around the jetties and the boardwalk. Grunter bream in Pelican Waters Canals. Whiting off Moffat Beach and in Currimundi Lake. Sand crabs throughout the passage.
Andrew Freeman, after catching and releasing several bream and a just undersize flathead, was pleased with his 30cm whiting from Twin Waters area.