The lower South Coast managed to produce some good catches for the die-hard anglers that did brave the weather Around the Port Edward area some nice Bronze Bream and the odd small shark were taken along the gullies while traditional hot spots like Splash Rock stood empty due to the huge swell.
Similar results were seen in the Margate area, with the exception of a few flatfish taken at the pier. Bronze Bream are still feeding along this part of the South Coast on prawn and chokka baits.
The second last event for the year quickly arrived after some serious issues about the time and day of the event It was eventually decided on a democratic vote and the event was held at Zinkazi for the morning.
Port Edward and surrounding areas has produced a few decent fish. The Lucky Dip area is throwing some decent sized bronze bream, while Splash Rock has seen a few big kob come out at night. Reports of a few early summer fish have also been reported by the locals.
Anglers in the Port Edward area are out in numbers seeking early summer fish. Garrick and some beautiful Bronze Bream have been landed in and around Splash Rock and Lucky Dip. A few Hammerheads have also made an appearance in the evenings. A few anglers targeting Bronze Bream in the gullies have been surprised when they were fortunate to hook into a Brusher instead and a few of these were landed.
Port Edward and surrounding areas has seen plenty of decent sized bronze bream being landed. Pink prawn or a chokka blob at most of these spots will certainly entice a decent bronze bream or two. Late evenings and at night has seen good size cob being taken. A well-presented chokka and sardine mix, a live karanteen or mullet will almost certainly produced the goods here.