Another quiet week fishing at Harrington. The red weed is still a problem on our beaches and is preventing the fish from coming in close to shore.
The river is the place for fish at the present time.
Bream to 800 grams have been caught on the wall at night on mullet strips and yabbies.
Around the turn of the tide is the best time to fish for bream.
Flathead are taking baits and lures at the bottom part of the river.
Quite a lot of fish around 50 centimetres have been bagged.
School jewfish to 10 kilograms have been landed from the wall on hard bodied lures.
The best time to spin is just on daylight and target the schools of white bait.
The jewfish can be found following these schools of fish.
Some good whiting have been caught on worm baits on the northern beaches and this suggests that the red weed may be clearing from the north.
Outside anglers have scored good snapper on the northern ground.