There are no tailor or salmon on the beaches at present

Now that the moon is on the down, jewfish have moved up river.

A 21 kilogram fish and one smaller one were caught up river from Harrington early in the week. 

With the lack of flow, the fresh water part of the Manning River has become increasingly salty towards Wingham.

There are heaps of big bream and flathead up river at Taree West. Bream and flathead are still being caught and luderick are taking yabbies at night. 

The bream that were on the southern end of Crowdy Beach have moved up to Second Creek.

There are no tailor or salmon on the beaches at present.

Outside, snapper have continued to bite well from both northern and southern ground.

Flathead have been baited on the drift and assortment of the trevally and morwong have also been picked up.