The squid fishing has been good around the bay as the water clarity stays good.Most of the usual land based locations are producing, with the mid northern
end of the bay starting to fish well.
Staff member Dylan has been fishing from the shore around the top of the bay and has found the fishing pretty good. Multiple sessions of bag limits have
been had in short time, normally around an hour. In amongst a few anglers fishing the standout jigs have varied a bit but blues and purples have been
very effective lately. The Yamashita 'Live Search' jigs with incorporated rattle have been deadly when t hings have gone quiet.
Around the Brighton region customer Peter has been catching a few nice sized squid from the shore. Peter has found green/glow jigs have been effective
during full sunlight conditions.The same sort of jig colours have also been working for customer Aaron down near Mornington. Aaron and mates have been
fishing the reef in approximately 6m of water and doing well. Green/glow, gold foil and also red foils have all been working in that depth.
On the whiting front, there have been good catches of excellent size fish coming from Westernport bay over the past week or so. While there hasn't been
many anglers chasing them, the fish getting about have been of very good average size. Customer Steve found out last week that the quality of the fish
was good, fishing around Tankerton and the middle spit. Steve found that the bite was hot at certain stages of the tide but as usual the fish had to
be followed around and baits changed to suit. Pipi and fresh fresh was excellent with most fish going on pipi.
Customer Pat fished with his dad out in the port recently and found a good bag of fish around tortoise head and the surrounding banks. Pat fished the outgoing
tide and moved about to stay on the fish. The bank edges fished the best in water around 5m deep. Pipi and mussel cocktails got the bites when fished
on a small wide gap hook.