Fishing report – Tin Can Bay August 28

by Jim Cole www.tincanbayboathire.com.au 0408 329 167

 

At long last it looks like we are in for a good weekend. Sunny with light winds means what better way to unwind after a long week at work than to wet a line.

Recent rain should have given our creeks a well deserved flush out so hopefully we should be seeing the schools of bait fish more active in the bay.

Looking at the current forecast Saturday is looking to be the pick with variable winds around 5 knots through the day before dropping off to around 2 knots overnight. This in conjunction with the neap tides this weekend should provide for ideal conditions for anyone wanting to head out for an evening session chasing squid or hitting the shallow reefs for squire, sweetlip and cod.

Sunday morning also looks pretty good before the wind creeps up around 5-10 knots in the afternoon. The early morning and late afternoon low tides are a great time to get out and flick a few plastics for flathead or pump a few yabbies before fishing the incoming tide for whiting.

Don’t forget father’s day is coming up so why not grab your Dad something he really wants? Drop by our store to see what gift ideas are available from the new Wicked Fishing DVD to a new rod and reel combo Tin Can Bay Boat Hire have got you covered.

This is the last weekend for the month so make sure you get your entries in for our Fish of the Month Competition just drop by the store and weigh in your catch best of all it doesn’t have to be the biggest fish to win. Until next time have a great weekend and be safe on the water.

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