LUDERICK are on the bite in the lower parts of the river.
Anglers using fresh yabbies for bait are scoring bags of fish at night. The best are 700 to 800 grams gilled and gutted.
A few bream are being picked up from the walls on both sides of the river while flathead catches are improving with better numbers of smaller fish falling to lures fished around the weed beds. Some good whiting have turned up on the sand flats in the mouth of the river, the best fish going 400 grams whole. Worms and yabbies are the best baits.
On the beaches salmon, chopper tailor and school mulloway have been caught while bream have been taken on the southern end of Crowdy beach.
The northern grounds have provided the best catches for outside anglers with small snapper, pearl perch and trag being boated.
The full moon on Thursday night will make Friday and Saturday night the prime time to fish the beaches.