On the coast, most southern estuary systems as far as across the Victorian border are enjoying some really good bream sessions.
Motor oil grubs and crabs have been dynamite, and anglers fishing deeper drop-offs with ultra-light fluoro carbon leader are the ones landing fish.
After some pretty average conditions out wide, finally there are reports of tuna coming in. A few yellowfin were landed in a recent competition and since then, fish have been trickling in.
Schools of bluefin and albacore have been caught by commercial boats and they are reporting schools are now as close as 50 miles offshore - which could be achievable for some recreational boats.
Increased current on the coast has made for better fishing at Montague. Pilchard-like stick baits and jigs are the best performers. Snapper and flathead fishing again remains strong and a great 'plan B'.
Locally, the cod scene is in full swing; Googong has produced some XL cod in recent weeks with swim baits slowly worked back to the boat most irresistible for the large fish. Don't be afraid to add a few pauses as plenty of hits have been on the sink.
The Murrumbidgee has also been quite good; plenty of anglers have been walking the banks late at night or early morning for a cold surface session, both options providing a few fish.
Burrinjuck also produced some good fish over recent weeks with again swimbaits accounting for most catches.
In the mountain lakes, working the shallows mixed with fast retrieves is where the action is at. Unfortunately, the conditions of the fish are pretty poor.
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