Congratulations to Anastasia on your ripper bag of whiting caught at the Middle Spit, you are this weeks’ Catch of the Week.

PAUL'S FISHING

Paul Worsteling and the IFISH TV crew headed to Lakes Entrance and through to Bemm River last week to help support the bushfire affected areas of Gippsland. The crew made an effort on the way through to stop at every bakery, tackle shop and service station to show support. Frank Milito from Lakes Entrance Caltex joined the crew and fished Bemm River for some quality prawns that were in good numbers near the entrance. The Next day the guys fished Bemm River using live prawns and caught some cracking bream to 40cm and some nice tailor.

WESTERN PORT

OFFSHORE

Chris Cassar from Cassar Fishing Guides getting one last trip in to grab some gummy shark for the freezer. Well done mate.

SOMMERS

Shannon, Dylan and Michael fished the run out on tide Saturday night to early morning to land a nice snapper at Somers landbased. Fish took a yakka chunk.

MIDDLE SPIT

On Saturday Ned and Anastasia fished Middle Spit and bagged on some nice whiting using pipi’s for bait.

CRAWFISH ROCK

Jack Smith with a dozen fantastic whiting caught behind Crawfish Rock using cuttlefish for bait.

LANG LANG

Paul with a nice snapper caught while fishing from his kayak at Lang Lang last week.

PHILLIP ISLAND

Jacob with a nice southern calamari caught fishing around Phillip Island using a 3.5 size Harimitsu jig in EWC colour.

PORT PHILLIP BAY

DOCKLANDS

Jimmy caught this nice 48cm Flatty while fishing at Docklands.

MORNINGTON

Ross Gould caught and released this monster cuttlefish while fishing with his mate Malcolm Osbourne.

SAFETY BEACH

Kade and Ty Thornhill fished Safety Beach drifting for squid and flatties and managed a nice feed between them.

MUD ISLAND

Antonio Rocca with a nice bag of whiting all in excess of 40cm caught near Mud Island.

CLIFTON SPRINGS

Guido and the boys fished Clifton Springs for a nice bag of whiting on the weekend.

PORTARLINGTON

Chris caught some nice whiting and a snapper while fishing at Portarlington.

AROUND THE STATE & BEYOND

PORT FAIRY

Dan Hoey from Salty Dog Fishing Charters managed to get his customers on to some fantastic school tuna and gummies this past week fishing out from Port Fairy.

LAKE PURRUMBETE

Ange Dawson with a nice rainbow trout caught fishing Lake Purrumbete using live minnows for bait.

MCGRAURANS BEACH

Jack Ellis with his first 39cm pinky snapper caught off the beach at McGaurans Beach in Gippsland.

PAYNESVILLE

Winston Nel with one of a few kingfish caught while fishing near the ferry at Paynesville using a small Rapala lure.

LAKES ENTRANCE

Staff member Liz Waters headed to Lake Entrance with her fiance Rob to chase some prawns. Over their 4 days there they caught about 250 prawns between them with most coming from near the entrance. They mentioned Lake Tyres also produced some prawns but the majority came from Lakes Entrance.

LAKE TYRES

Nadine Hams fished Lake Tyres with the family and caught a cracking 45cm Bream and 54cm Flathead both caught on soft plastics.

MONTAGUE ISLAND

Laura with a ripper kingfish caught at Montague Island while on board with Sheriff Fishing Charters.

BELIZE, SOUTH AMERICA

Adam Wake contacted the store in preparation for a jungle survival race in Belize with the mindset that catching river fish would help his chances. Our staff set him up with some bare essentials and it paid off as Adam managed a number of mountain mullet using Arma Twist lures cast into fast moving water. Adam’s team came 2nd in the race and was the only other team to finish.

IFISH WITH TACKLE WORLD SUMMER SERIES

GUMMY SHARK
Flinders, Victoria
Saturday 28th March, 2020 on 10 BOLD at 4.30pm

TALKING FISHING - C31 - TUESDAYS at 8.30pm

Catch of the Week

Catch "Talking Fishing" on Melbourne's C31 TV (CH44) at 8.30pm each Tuesday night. Staff members David Kramer and Adam Ring together with Steve ”Trelly” Threlfull host Australia's only "Live to Air" fishing television program at this prime time-slot. Put Tuesday night’s at 8.30 away in your weekly diary of TV shows to watch!

USELESS INFORMATION

Lampreys and hagfish are the most primitive form of fish still living today.


Good Luck with your fishing and stay safe on the water,

The TEAM at Tackle World Cranbourne & Mornington

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