|Date of Report: Thursday, 31st May 2018|
|Name: Brian Sowden
Phone: 076 0525634
Things surely have slowed down due to much colder water although grunter and garrick are still here, I believe that fewer guys are heading to the water.
Mullet surely seems to be the species everyone is going to target.
A grunter or two has come out, but that is all. A word of caution - There has been some vehicles that was broken into at the slipway, so take care when leaving your vehicle when fishing.
A few juvenile garrick gas fallen to minnow immitations.
Mouth is periodically open, but no fish have been landed there
The odd small Garrick has been caught on flippers and gurglars as well as a few mullet through chumming and using bread fly.
I know of one grunter that was caught on an Agha fly and the odd garrick that fell to a minnow immitation.
Using bread flies a few mullet were also taken.
Sunrise on the Garden Route