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15 October 2021 fishing report & news


15 October 2021

*Stormy days settle to great weather ahead

*Whiting and bream dominant

*Great Queensland roadtrip launch

Dad joke:

I saw an old man fall into a well today!

I guess he couldn’t see that well.


Brad was away this week, will be fishing Gold Coast waters this week for a variety of fish. His next available date is 27 October.

To book a private charter with Brad call him on 0419 028 704 around 4-6pm daily

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An interrupted week with stormy weather but the rainfall will bring a welcome flush to our estuaries, triggering the food chain and bringing on jacks, whiting, flathead, jewfish, bream, grunter and plenty more variety.

There were stacks of winter whiting on the days I fished in the broadwater, and huge numbers of quality bream and tarwhine in Nerang river.

Good size tarwhine and bream were thick this week

Yabbies were the best offering, and the Ecogear Isome worms, and blades were in form too.

Lots to look forward to in summer

I’m looking forward to smaller tides this week to fish the broadwater more for the big sand whiting which are turning up in numbers.

The weather settled for the weekend, at the finish of the 24 hour charity paddle, run by

Tune in every Saturday morning 5-6am on 94.1 FM when I chat to Paul Burt and give fishing tips on his new radio show.

To book a charter with Clint 

SMS 0432 990 302 anytime.

Best fishing days this week according to the almanac:

Saturday: 14

Sunday: 30

Monday: 63

Tuesday: 84

Wednesday: 95

Thursday: 94

Friday: 85

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*This is just a prediction. There are many factors when it comes to fishing and fish are unpredictable at times, there are no exact guarantees. We include this just for fun and see how it plays out every week.

Charter options this coming week:

Tweed river: 27 October is the next available date on Brad’s boat.

Call Brad on 0419 028 704 between 4-6pm daily 

Gold Coast:

I have Thursday and Friday only still available this coming week.

SMS Clint 0432 990 302 anytime,

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