WITH low wind and swell conditions predicted and a hot reef bite, snapper are on the cards.
The middle reefs have been the pick of the places to target, with Sunshine Reef the standout location.
Apart from snapper, look to target a variety of reef fish such as teraglin jewfish, venus tusk fish, sweet lip and pearl perch.
There is still pelagic activity in Laguna Bay, with longtail tuna to 15kg and some huge cale trevally feeding in and around the bait schools.
On the beaches, whiting and bream have been in good numbers with the odd flathead being caught around Teewah beach. Chopper tailor are also on the bite on the beach with anglers having the best luck around Double Island Point.
The river has been fishing particularly well, with a score of species being caught.
Bream are in large numbers, with great catches being reported along Gympie Terrace.
Whiting are still around, the shallow waters of The Frying Pan and the river mouth being the best places to catch these tasty fish.
As the weather cools further, trevally and tailor activity will increase.
Great topwater lure sessions are being reported in The Woods bays and Noosa Sound at sunrise and sunset.
Mangrove jack are making an appearance in the stretch between the two lakes.
There are only a couple of weeks to get your entries into Noosa River Fishing Classic. You can win a $27,000 boat, motor and trailer package. Come into Davo's Compleat Angler.
Davo's Fish of the Week goes to Jayden Westland, who landed a beautiful coral trout and scored himself a $50 gift voucher.
To enter, bring in your best catch to Davo's.
For more information about where and when the fish are biting, come into Davo's and speak to the helpful team.
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