This past week has seen our first real taste of Autumn, with strong westerly based winds, big seas and a noticeable dip in the mercury. Whilst not perhaps the most pleasant conditions from a comfort perspective, such a change signifies the start of our winter fishing season and arguably some of the best action of the year.
In the estuaries, bream numbers are quite encouraging and will only improve from now on. Best reports have been received from around Limeburners and the break walls, with yabbies, mullet strips and gut baits all achieving good results.
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