Midweek Seaway Update 10th July 2013
Just a quick midweek update for those of you considering fishing the next two days.
The clear water is again making its way into the Seaway and Broadwater at high tide, visibility was 5m plus at the top of the tide today. Fishwise, plenty of Queenfish around the pipeline and in close to wavebreak just on dawn on slugs though not fussy. A few tailor, small bigeyes on minnows on the north wall flats and the odd GT in front of the north wall slow rolling plastics just on dawn. Big Tailor on 7" jerk shads down in the north wall deep hole, but hard to get a hookup to stick. GT's are sulking in the canyon on the run in tides, but rarely feeding. They fed hard on dawn monday morning, then only fed once for seconds on Tuesday and Wednesday. Tarpon are still around the ends of the walls but hard going with them at the moment, generally pull a couple straight up then nothing else.
|Monday 8th July
|4.00am - 11.00am
|0229 0.27 0810 1.12 1350 0.17 2036 1.63
|Tuesday 9th July
|4.00am - 10.30am
|0302 0.25 0846 1.13 1426 0.17 2110 1.62
|Wednesday 10th July
|4.00am - 11.30am
| 0334 0.23 0922 1.14 1502 0.19 2144 1.60
Doesn't seem to be much bait making its way past the triangle at the moment, though there is plenty out in front of the walls. Typical Winter stuff, hard going but there are fish there if you put in the effort plus you never know what might happen. I'd keep an eye in front of the north wall in the afternoons just in case the Tailor or GT's decide to get energetic.