Cool weather, but the fish are on
Ed Falconer | June 2015

There have been plenty of spotted and Spanish mackerel around and these are a lot of fun on the end of your line.

Another great run of weather has let us get offshore quite a few times, and the fishing has been above average every trip.
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Northern winter wonderland
Grayson Fong | June 2015

Aaron Sharp with a healthy Moreton Bay squire.

Hello winter. Yes this would have to be the weather that fishermen dreams are made of. Cool mornings and westerly winds are the exact recipe to make winter fishing in the northern bay an enjoyable experience, giving anglers more time on the water even when afternoon winds prevail.
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Still smackin’ macks
John Gooding | June 2015

This past couple of months has seen fishing east of the south passage bar a little hit and miss.
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Cool weather options on the Goldy
David Green | June 2015

June sees the start of light westerlies, cool days and clear skies. It is a month of transition as the offshore East Australian Current slows down and the water temperature cools slightly.
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Southern Bay gems
Nabeel Issa | June 2015

Craig Ullman with a cracking longtail tuna caught on a surface stickbait.

Well May’s weather was crazy to say the least. Record rainfalls sandwiched between sensational conditions, it was definitely a month that was all over the place. Here’s hoping that June brings us some stable weather and gives us plenty of chances to get out and wet a line.
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In tune with June
Gordon Macdonald | June 2015

Lauren tempted this squid with a Yamashita Naory 2.2 egi during a night-time land-based session.

Well I am already sick of the cold weather, but am loving the piscatorial action that has been on offer over the last few months. Some of my favourite species are about during the colder seasons — the prime reason for me to don the winter woollies and head out into the chill of a pre-dawn June morning.
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Big bream at the ’pin
Mick Morris | June 2015

‘Lofty’ with a nice mulloway that topped 40 old fashioned pounds.

Big bream will be the most sought after species this month. They move into the sheltered waters of Jumpinpin to feed up for their breeding season and you will notice the quality and size of the fish will improve dramatically.
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Time to focus on snapper
Peter Wells | June 2015

The offshore scene has been fantastic over last few months with great numbers of pelagics, but as we move into the cooler months the pelagics tend to move north following the warmer currents. This is when we tend to focus our efforts on reef species.
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Generous June
Danny Sands | June 2015

Trolling lures for flathead is great fun for the kids.

As the weather cools down on the Gold Coast and the sea temperature drops the fishing will be red in June with plenty of options for both estuary and offshore.
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