The Manning is fishing very well at present.
Good catches of bream have been made up stream on yabbies, while luderick have been landed from along the rock walls on the estuaries.
Flathead are biting well, while two tagged fish have been landed since January 1.
Whiting are on the bite and a fish weighing 451 grams, filleted and gutted, was caught from the backwater on Wednesday.
A 10 kilogram mulloway was landed from the lagoon this week by a lucky angler.
On the beach tailor and bream have been caught, with the bream from the southern end of Crowdy Beach and the tailor from the middle part of the beach.
The water temperature has risen to 19 degrees in the ocean and all types of fish species have been caught.
Snapper, pearl perch, flathead and barcod have been boated by bottom fishing while mahi mahi to 80 centimetres was caught around the fish aggregating device.