The week started slow in the river, but it's fired up of late, and the fish have been plentiful. Bream, whiting, salmon, flounder, taylor, and sea-run mullet are all being caught.
The mullet are in huge schools near the beaches, and most fishers are reporting good catches at Moruya, Congo, Coila, and Tuross.
This has helped fire up the Moruya River, with the big taylor creeping into the system and chasing big schools of baits onto the flats as Garland Town. Keep a close eye on the bird activity, as they tend to follow the schools of taylor.
To take full advantage, use your metal slices and cast straight into the middle of the schools.
The beaches have seen most of the action this week, with great-sized taylor coming in in multiple numbers. So far, it's been one of the best taylor seasons we've seen in some time.
Bream are holding under the schools of taylor, and fishers using pilchard cutlets were rewarded with big yellowfin bream.
A few whiting are also holding around the taylor, and are also taking pilchard cutlets. Jewfish are also about, but are more likely to be caught on a fresh bait.
Tuross River / Lake
The lake is producing quality fish, with bream being the most frequent catch. Some bream are coming in at up to 38 centimetres in length, and weighing approximately 850 grams.
Flathead are still around the edges of the lakes, with the islands being the best spot to pick off a few.
Whiting are still in good numbers, meaning they must still be in the rivers and up towards the back end of the system.
Most fishers are getting good results in shallow water this week, and using hard-body lures. Flathead have been caught in slightly deeper water.
Snapper are still firing on the reefs, with Pedro's being a hot spot. The surf club is also fishing well in about 30-40 metres of water. Some snapper are coming in at around eight kilograms.
There's still a lot of sharks hanging around the reefs, and they're taking many fishers catches, so try and get the fish up as quickly as possible.
If you are chasing sharks, a large bait should have them on the hook very quickly.
Flathead are still of Windsock Beach, and morwong are turning up around the 2.5-kilogram mark. Gummy are getting on the chew around Pedro's Point, with late afternoons being the most productive times for these fish.
Kingfish are hanging in waters around 70-80 metres deep off Broulee Island, so if you're in the area, keep an eye on the sounders.
Fishing hasn't been this productive in general for some time, so it's a great time to get out for a fish.