THE winds of the past week have blown from the south west to the north west and have a nasty bite in them early in the morning for anglers fishing the beach.
The Manning has performed best with bream, luderick and kingfish being caught from the wall while up river at Tinonee school mulloway have been on the bite.
The beaches have produced poor results even though the seas have come back to normal now that the southerlies have ceased.
Occasional bream on pippies have been taken from the southern end of Crowdy beach while tailor have not been sighted all week.
Outside anglers are getting plenty of small to average sized snapper from the northern rounds. One nice fish of 8kg was landed last week.
Out wider there are plenty of leather jackets. Surface fish are not around.