Evelyn from NZ with a snapper
Over the past month the weather has played havoc with our Offshore Charters.
High Pressure systems have dominated producing southeast winds along the East Coast.
Towards the end of last month we found the offshore fishing very good, with some great snapper showing up on the wider grounds.
Now the water temp has cooled a few degrees we should see this species starting to move to shallower waters for their annual spawning run.
Another species prolific out wide was parrotfish up to 3kgs. The rest of our catches have included hussar, sweetlip, gold spot wrasse, pearl perch, spangled emperor and a few red emperor.
Lets hope July brings our winter weather with a lot more westerlies. Till next month – good fishing.
Tony Stewart, ph: 54868666. www.rainbowbeachfishing.com.au