Something fishy for full moon
TODAY'S full moon phase should have fish feeding right through the weekend.
Hopefully conditions will settle down with winds variable about 10 knots becoming north-east 10 to 15 knots during the afternoon, then tending north in the evening.
Seas will be below 1m so be ready for spotty mackerel to be on the bite and mack tuna in close.
The beaches have seen quite big swell recently with south-east winds of 10-15 knots turning east in the late afternoon. An easterly swell of 1-1.5m before turning south-easterly and decreasing to 0.5m throughout the morning.
Stick to flagged areas and check with life-savers for localised conditions.
In the estuary scene, Rainbow Beach is still providing plenty of dart while Noosa will again be worth a look for whiting, dart and golden trevally.
The latter love to hang around the Noosa River, in particular the river mouth, Tewantin and The Sound.
There are still a couple of nice whiting and flathead in the Frying Pan area and in Woods Bay.
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