THE paranoia about the super trawler FV Margiris coming to South Coast waters became apparent earlier this week with a case of mistaken identity.
WE’VE seen a few gummy sharks again this week with these fish in better numbers off the southern end of Cuttagee in 50-60m of water, while some boats have also done well off Camel Rock in 30-40m of water.
MORE than 40 locals enjoyed a special treat at the Whale Restaurant recently when fifth generation winemaker to the iconic Australian Tyrrell's dynasty, Chris Tyrrell, visited Narooma to share his family's wines.
Australians are encouraged to ‘Wake Up and Smell the Vegemite’ throughout the Olympic Games with a new app starring cheerleaders Laurie Lawrence and Dave Hughes.
WHILE there is much ado about marine reserves, there is perhaps a more tangible threat to fishing livelihoods at Narooma and Bermagui.
WHAT a trout season it has been on Eucumbene River with Narooma district locals taking the hills to bag one of the plentiful and on occasion massive browns.
ROB Paxevanos’ weekly fishing report did not get to us in time for this week’s Narooma News fishing report, so I’ve decided to put it up on my blog…
WE might be in the grips of an approaching chilly winter but there is some great fishing to be had on the Far South Coast’s estuaries.