Offshore: Pretty good conditions today with a bit of northerly chop today and tomorrow with winds northerly 10 to 15 knots turning northeasterly in the early afternoon seas around 1 metre. Also similar conditions on Australia Day with winds east to northeasterly 10 to 15 knots and seas around 1 metre. A few good spotty mackerel out in Luguna Bay and big Spanish mackerel up to 130cm off Teewah Beach. Chardon's Reef has had Spanish and spotted mackerel as well as plenty of tuna. Sunshine Reef's had grass sweetlip, venus tusk fish, moses perch, snapper, pearl perch and a large mouth nannygai. Try North reef for cobia, moses perch, gold spot cod, venus tusk fish, tuna and grass sweetlip. There's been Spanish and Spotty mackerel, yellowfin and bluefin tuna from the Gneerings. Spotty mackerel and Tuna from Old Women Island. Grass sweetlip, spotty and Spanaish mackerel from Caloundra 5 mile.
Noosa: Noosa River Fishing Safaris charter this week caught and released, 56cm jack and a 49cm jack also sight cast at it when it chased a golden trevally and a mid 50's flathead further up in Weyba later on in the morning. The jacks went for cut baits and the flathead dived on a prawn. Flathead from Dog Beach. Big flathead and Gt's from Tewantin. A few good jacks from between the lakes. Whiting from the frying pan and Munna Point.
Maroochydore: Try for good whiting on the sand banks throughout the lower river. Trevally, mangrove jack, bream and cod from the motorway bridge. Mangrove jack in the creeks. A few mud crabs in the creeks, middle river and canals.
Mooloolaba: A few whiting and the odd good buck mud crabs in the Mooloolah canals and from Mountain Creek reach. Mangrove jack and cod from the Twin Bridges. Bream and flathead from La Balsa Park.
Caloundra: Mangrove jack, flathead and mud crabs in Coochin Creek. GT's, mangrove jack, queenfish and and few quality bream in Pelican Waters Canal. Whiting and some big flathead from Golden Beach.
Check out mate and super keen yak angler, Dave McGregor with a 130cm Spanish Mackerel caught off Teewah Beach on Wednesday morning.