The last weeks Deep Sea Fishing charters aboard Catch 22, have been producing some nice mahi mahi , Spanish and spotty mackerel , cobia, some nice big estuary cod, small to medium size scarlet sea perch, pearl perch, and sharks – some very big sharks at that we have had a few of our Penn reels fully spooled out by these guys, but the customers had so much fun with the sheer power of these 6 foot sharks – What a experience.
In saying that we have had to work hard for our fish on certain days offshore fishing off Noosa. Hit and miss in the prevallng eastly winds and strong currents back to SE made a few days there quite challenging to fish. There has been some good spotty and Spanish mackerel being caught on floaters and live baits on the northern end of sunshine reef and jewel shoal and in close near the shark nets at sunshine. Also some small scarlet sea perch , pearl perch and estuary cod also around on sunshine reef, but the current some days made it pretty challenging to bottom fish.
Deep Sea Fishing Co Noosa aboard CATCH 22 have boated some nice size dolphin fish and cobia on floaters also around North reef, there is some good patches of small yakkas that seem to be enticing the cobia and pelagic up there at the moment. There is also a fair bit of shark action when fishing around these bait schools targeting these fish with hooks and quality fish that have been smashed by sharks on the way up – which is quite common for this time of the year offshore fishing the local reefs of Noosa – Sunshine Coast.
Laguna Bay was holding some good schools of mackerel a week or so back but them fish seemed to of moved on we have had a look on the way out to the reefs on a couple of days this week but decided to move on as the volume of fish just arnt there at the moment but im sure if you anchored up on halls and got a good burleigh trail run in and put some floaters out you will probably still pick up a mackerel or two.
To make a booking with Deep Sea Fishing CO Noosa CATCH 22 – Call 0411 222 749