Good reports of bream and trevally being caught around Quarry Wharf this week, and better reports of large flathead in and around the Garland Town flats.
It's almost time to break out the surface lures in this warmer weather.
There are reports of bream up to 35 centimetres long, and flathead up to 55 centimetres long being caught in the oyster leases and up river around the rocky edges.
Good numbers of perch are being caught up the back of the system, but they're deep in the snags and hard to get out.
Rocks and beaches
Large drummer, bream, and luderick are hanging around most of the headlands this week, with the best bait either peeled prawns or cunjie.
The schools of salmon have been on and off this week, as they're still moving around a fair bit.
There are also reports of kingfish off some of the southern headlands.
Squid are still being caught around Bingie, and some lobsters are being trapped around Pedro Point and Congo.
The swells are starting to abate from the four-metre peaks we had earlier this week, but reports from the outside have still been few and far between.
It could be time to get out and chase the flathead that were holding around the 60-metre mark.