Far South Coast fishing report

Moruya and Tuross River

The hole in the wall at Moruya has fished reasonably well for bream on a run out tide. The most successful anglers are using ultra light three-and-four-pound Fluoro carbon leaders. Baits like tuna fillets are working well. 

Luderick have been seen schooling around the bridge pylons on the northern side of Moruya bridge. The same area is holding some nice bream and estuary perch also. Fresh baits like nippers should catch you a few.

Plenty of tailor are still being caught towards the front of the Tuross system and they have not been fussy when it comes to lures. Most soft plastics and hard bodied lures are working with a fast retrieve.

Turlinjah oyster leases are holding some nice bream. Both soft plastics and hard bodied lures are working great.

Rocks and Beaches

Pedro Point beach has been fishing great this past week with some very nice salmon, tailor and bream caught using both lures and bait. Arma metal slices and pillies have been getting the salmon and tailor, beach worms are working well for the bream.

Drummer and the odd groper are still coming off the rocks at Moruya Heads and Binji using peeled prawns, crabs and cunji for bait.


Due to the unforseen weather conditions we do not have any offshore reports this week.