Fishing report Tin Can Bay 29th November 2013

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Fishing report Tin Can Bay 29th November 2013

The weekend is upon us yet again so it’s time to stop thinking about work & start planning your weekends fishing efforts.

The weekend isn’t looking to crash hot for fishing the open waters of the bay however areas like Carlo Creek, Bullock Point & Snapper Creek should all offer some shelter from the wind for the boaties.  The old jetty pylons near the barge ramp at Bullock Point holds some great structure for those wanting to chase a few bream with the added chance of a few jack & maybe even the odd school jew.

The sand/mud flats in this area also hold some good flathead and are well worth a try on soft plastics or hard bodied lures.   Summer whiting are also in reasonable numbers around Bullock Point & there are heaps of yabbies on the flats.

For the land based anglers Inskip Point will also off some shelter from the southerly winds that are forecast for the weekend.  Inskip Point can offer some great land based fishing through the summer months with pelagic species such as mackerel, trevally & tuna frequently being caught off the beach.  Live baits of whiting, mullet & herring are preferred just make sure your gear is up to the task as you can quickly find yourself losing a fish of a lifetime due to weak line of poorly maintained reels.

Our new bait & tackle shop is now open at the corner of Bayside Road & Scullett Drive in Tin Can Bay.  Drop by & say hi if you’re in the area.  We are also running a fish of the month competition with the winner receiving a $50 voucher to spend in store.  To enter all you have to do is drop by & have your fish weighed & photo taken with our weigh board.  If you do drop by & the shop is unattended feel free to give us a call as we maybe out attending to hires & won’t be too far away.

Until next time stay safe on the water & have a great weekend.

Jim @ Tin Can Bay Boat Hire.