So the world environment has changed a lot in the last month or so and so has our weather. We have finally had some rain and with it some wind. The hot calm summer weather pattern has changed to the autumn weather and with it the fishing is changing as well.
Snapper is now on up in the estuaries. Fishing in the harbours and estuaries is at its best at the moment and will be for the next couple of months.
Kingies are much the same as they have been all summer being spread out. They are both on the deeper reefs and through out the bay around bait schools or patrolling the shallows.
Big game fishing is having a fairly slow season, though some very nice marlin of all three species are being caught, numbers seems down. Good to see reasonable numbers of yellowfin around though. Still plenty of season left to go and striped marlin fishing only gets better as the season gets on.