||Well February is already looking better than last month for offshore fishing from Noosa with one out of the first three days being fishable. So much for this being the Sunshine coast, there have not been too many sunny days over the last couple of months, but I guess it is good to get the rain, and flush the rivers out.
We headed out from Noosa Heads on the 3rd Feb for a Full day fishing charter.
We crossed the Noosa bar at about 6am, and made way to North Reef. About 20 min in to the journey, we changed course for Sunshine reef. Although the wind had stopped, there was residual easterly sea making traveling north east painfully slow.
We anchored at a well known spot of mine, and instantly pulled up a Sweetlip, and a nice Snapper. Throughout the rest of the day, we consistently pulled up nice fish, and there was very little time where there was not someone catching something.
We ended up with good quality Sweetlip, Snapper, pearl perch, Moses perch, Parrot, and Morwong.
It then looked like the next few days would be good for fishing. But it would seem that things can change very quickly at the moment, and the weather is being far from predictable.
At least the fish are getting a rest from us.
The Sunshine Coasts Josh and Peter
Sporting their Snapper, Sweetlip,Pearl Perch, and Morwong.
I spoke too soon about the weather being better already!
We did have a good day on the 25th Feb 2008
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