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Anthony Solano with a nice feed caught in the Tweed.

Around seven weeks ago, Pete Kyvetos (a mate of mine), bought a sea going boat and hasn’t been able to take it outside as every weekend it’s been blowing a gale. I can tell it’s getting to him as he is dying to get out with me and get into some awesome Tweed fishing. Now we wait patiently for the weather to play the game!
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A great feed of delicious flathead!

The north and south walls have seen some epic action. I’ve started fishing the end of the Fingal wall casting into either the surf side or the river. Last time I was out there I used plastics, chicken and a big popper, but I was late to the party and missed out on the best spot, which in my opinion is right out the end on the river side.
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Iluka on fire in February
Ross Deakin | February 2016

A decent size mulloway puts a happy smile on the face of this local angler.

What a fantastic holiday period it has been here in the Iluka region. The end of January marked our first year as the new owners of Iluka Bait and Tackle (formerly Dizzy’s Bait and Tackle). Local reports indicate that this has been one of the busier years, with plenty of NSW and interstate holiday-makers enjoying this fantastic area with all its incredible diverse fishing.
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Fishing fires as tourists leave
David Solano | February 2016

A nice trevally taken on the Tweed River at night.

February is a strange time to fish on the Tweed. The pressure is off the river and hopefully all those visitors that passed through have fattened up the fish, as I saw a lot of undersized fish caught and released over the Christmas period.
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Famous Clarence bass
Ben Pilch | January 2016

Steve Patti testing out some prototype lures on some big Clarence Valley bass.

Looks like we are in for a steamer of a summer! Outside the mackerel are getting around in numbers and trolling has been the best way to get into a few.
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Rolling down the river
David Solano | January 2016

A great bass caught by the author on the Tweed.

You’ve got to love January on the Tweed! Even though there are lots of tourists around and the waterways are pretty crowded during the day, the fish are beautifully conditioned and the whiting, bream, and flathead are fat and fired up. The healthy state of the river, with baitfish of all kinds is to blame for these gorgeous fish. With all this holiday traffic, if you’re planning a picnic or fish beside the river get there very early as all the good spots fill up quickly.
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Not the usual suspect!
David Solano | December 2015

Dave with Graham and his custom made rods with a decent sized flatty.

If you are a local, December should be a lot of fun as the river in January will be chockers with holiday makers. The weather’s slowly heating up, but the good news is the river is full of baitfish and prawns of all sizes making the waterway a veritable smorgasbord to the fish.
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Get clever on the Clarence
Ben Pilch | November 2015

Sophie with a nice muddy.

Woody Head, Black Rock, Angourie, Shellys, and further down around Wooli and Minnie waters are where you’ll find the squire and snapper absolutely firing.
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The Tweed at its best
David Solano | November 2015

Another good flathead about to be released.

The Tweed River and the local beaches have been firing lately. I’ll start with Terranora Creek and Broadwater where I’ve spent a fair bit of time chasing flathead in the shallows next to the weed banks with a lot of success.
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Tweed transmission returns to normal
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Doggone weather!
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Hit the rocks for some LBG action
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Little rain adds to the fishing options
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