The 90 Mile beach has been fishing quite good for a variety of species recently. The section of beach from McLoughlins right down to Lakes Entrance is normally good over the warmer months of the year for species like tailor, trevally, flatties, gummies and also bigger sharks. During the cooler months of the year the salmon and mullet are quite good along the beach.

James Rogers from Unreel Fishing Charters has been fishing from the beach where he has seen the odd salmon to 4kg, along with some good shark fishing. James managed to land 2 Bronze whalers from the beach recently, with both weighing around 30kg each. James' mate Tom has also had a good run with some cracker flatties up to 80cm from the beach too. Further back in the inlet around Port Welshpool, there have been gummies to 10kg in good numbers, along with the odd large snapper. Best baits have been freshly caught squid and salmon.

 

The beaches West from Phillip Island have still been producing plenty of salmon, with most fish weighing around a kilo or so for many anglers. The beaches like Kilcunda, Venus Bay and Waratah Bay have all been good.

Customer Radu has been catching some good salmon from the shore around the area over the last week, the shoreline around Sandy Point and Wilson's Promontory has been best for him, with some of the larger models weighing over 2kg.

The more successful lures have been river2sea sea rocks and also squidgy flickbaits when the bite slows down.