Local Fishing Reports

Fishing Reports from Moruya, Tuross, Offshore, Rocks and Beaches and the occasional exotic location.

Fishing Report, 25 March 2013 (1)

Monday, March 25, 2013 by tackleworldmoruya

Fishing Report - 25 March 2013

Moruya River

Upstream of the hospital has been producing good estuary perch, bream and flathead on Strada Cringe diving lures, Strada dancer surface walkers and 100 mm squidgy wrigglers. VIP member John caught himself a jewie around quarry wharf while fishing for flathead. A few chopper tailor are running through the river as well - great fun on poppers and surface walkers.  Meanwhile team Tackle World member Mark has been having fun with the luderick off the spur wall.

Tuross Lake

Bream have been biting the surface lures well, in particular the Strada Dancer (55 mm colour No T547) range. Big luderick along the rockwalls and some good flathead along the sandy weed beds are being caught on gulp swimming mullet (3 and 4 inch in pumpkin seed colour).  Team Tackle World members Graham and John Senior enjoyed an afternoons fishing yesterday with John having success with 70 mm Squidgy fish (Silver Fox) coated in Squidgy S-Factor juice, while Graham was using Strada Aife 50 mm deep diving lure (colour number 24) and secured themselves a nice feed of flathead for Good Friday!

Beaches and Rocks

Now that the Bingi area has been re-opened for rock and beach fishing it is producing a range of different species, with salmon and tailor being plentiful while some good sized drummer, luderick, big bream and big groper have also been caught. The Moruya breakwall is also producing some big salmon and tailor, with Congo beach having a huge school of salmon straight out the front.  Corey and his wife christened a brand new combo from our Easter Catalogue and landed themselves a huge bonito off Broulee - well done!!

Offshore

VIP member Chad landed good snapper off Moruya and down towards Pedro Point around the 5 kg mark on soft plastics, with some smaller kings thrown in as well. A few small tuna getting around also.

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Wishing you all a happy Easter period and remember to be careful when out and about on the water.

Have a great week everyone and "remember everyday's a good day for fishing ...!"

Team Tackle World Moruya

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Jade

Fishing Report 8/1/13

Tuesday, January 08, 2013 by tackleworldmoruya

Tackle World Moruya - Fishing Report

8/1/2013

Moruya River

VIP Member Jarod caught and released a very healthy 84cm flathead on a Squidgie 'Pody'. Plenty of large whiting have been caught on both live beach worms and Strada Virals and Dance (BRAND NEW IN STORE NOW) surface lures. Tackle World Moruya member Mark has been catching large Luderick on green weed. The sand flats above the hospital are fishing quite well for flathead and whiting, responding best to Squidgies and live beach worms or surface lures, respectively. Down the front, in the backwaters, Tackle World Moruya members Nathan and Juzz have been catching bream, whiting and flathead on Strada Virals. Head to our facebook page for photos!

Tuross

VIP member Noel fished the backwaters of the Tuross system in 1-1.5m of water, with a couple of fish caught on white soft plastics. Upon switching to a darker Squidgie Shad, he landed two flathead around the 70cm mark, lost another (a lot larger) and then caught and released another 30 within a two hour session, between 32-38cm. Tackle World Moruya member Jade also had a good catch and release session featuring flathead and bream, using the new Strada Dance (surface walker). Extremely large Luderick have been caught on fly.

Congratulations to all entrants in the kids' fishing competition last weekend, there were some remarkable fish caught and everyone should be proud of themselves!

Beaches and Rocks

VIP member John reports the windsock has been providing bream and large whiting on live beach worms (exclusive to Tackle World Moruya if you don't want to catch them yourselves). Tackle World Moruya member John (Senior) has been catching bream, whiting and flathead off Congo beach.

Offshore

Plenty of sand and tiger flathead are currently being caught on both fishbait and squid, between 20-50m of water. Nice snapper, mowies and gummy sharks are coming off the wider reefs. Down in close off Congo, 'cricket score' numbers of squid have been hitting the IKA squid jigs hard. Good size kingfish have been caught in close off Congo, responding best to Gulp 7 inch Jerk Shads.

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Tackle World Moruya has now joined facebook! So go to www.facebook.com/tackleworldmoruya to check the site for updates on specials and great photos!  Have a great week everyone and "remember everyday's a good day for fishing ...!"

Team Tackle World Moruya

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Jade

Fishing Report 28/12/12

Friday, December 28, 2012 by tackleworldmoruya

Tackle World Moruya - Fishing Report

Hey guys!

Sorry for the lack of fishing reports, the silly season has had us run off our feet.

Moruya River

Whiting are being caught on the sand flats on surface lures, specifically Strada Virals and Chaos. The river is also producing some nice size flathead and bream, which are hitting both soft plastics and hard bodies. The prawns are running so make sure you're stocked up on prawning nets and lights.

Tuross

Flatties are around and biting aggressively, taking well to the soft plastics and deep diving hard bodies. However, a great deal of these fish are undersize, so make sure you check your measurements! Reports of catches around the 60cm mark are quite common. Tackle World members John (Junior) and John (Senior) enjoyed a good session on Thursday down from the Steel Bridge using SX40s. Tackle World team member Jade caught and released an 80cm flathead on blood worm wrigglers in the Four Ways, which are also producing good bream and perch, responding best to Strada Badgers.

Beaches and Rocks

The salmon are popping up everywhere up and down the coast, so you can't go wrong with throwing out ganged pillies or Armor Anchovies at your beach of choice. Tackle World team member John (Senior) has been catching plenty of flathead, bream and whiting off Congo beach on fresh beach worms. If you're not trained in the art of catching beach worms, secure yourself a tub in store. Hurry though, they're going fast so you're safest to ring ahead and get the staff to put one aside for you.

Offshore

Reports of nice kingfish have been coming in, with the lure of choice being Knife Jigs or live bait. Good sized snapper and tiger flathead have also been had, responding best to fish bait. If you're fishing in close, however, try throwing out some soft plastics. The water temperature is currently 19.7 degrees, consistent with a recent warming up. Congo has been producing squid on IKA Squid Jigs.

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Tackle World Moruya has now joined facebook! So go to www.facebook.com/tackleworldmoruya to check the site for updates on specials and great photos!  Have a great week everyone and "remember everyday's a good day for fishing ...!"

Team Tackle World Moruya

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Jade

Fishing Report, 15 November 2012

Saturday, November 17, 2012 by tackleworldmoruya

Tackle World Moruya - Fishing Report

14 November 2012

Moruya River

Good size flatties are being caught right throughout the system, roving from the hospital down towards the front of the River around the sand flats near the airport.  Head back upstream for a nice catch of bream and estuary perch on Squidgie Bugs teamed with Squidgie resin heads.  Large tailor and trevally are also being pulled out of the deeper water with plenty of big bully mullet in the system as well.

Tuross

Tackle World Team members Mark and Dan headed for a fish throughout the week and caught and released quite a few flathead ranging in size from "littlies" right through to 1 metre plus!!  This flattie was actually called as a Wobbegong while it followed in a tailor Mark had hooked up on, but as it got closer it became quite evident with the aid of "Spotters" sunnies that it was actually one hell of a big girl!!  Gear of choice - the new Paul Worsteling Nano series rods (7ft2 1 piece 1-4 kg Bream stick) made exclusively for Tackle World stores by Shimano, teamed with a Shimano Stradic FJ 1000 spooled with 3 lb Power Pro Bite Motion Braid with Dog Tooth leader (10 lb) and lure of choice was the ever-popular Strada Viral 70 mm surface walker.  These Strada lures are becoming harder and harder to keep in stock as fishermen become familiar with them and the havoc they cause on the fish!

Meanwhile, Team Tackle World member John headed for a session in the snags and leases catching and releasing some nice bream around the 40 cm mark to the fork sticking to his favourite Crankster hardbodies.  VIP member Cruizer also enjoyed a good catch and release session on estuary perch (20 in total off one snag) using Strada Badgers.

Check out our facebook page for an unbelievable photo taken by TW Member Nathan of a beautiful flattie caught by Juzz.  The flattie is still underwater with Juzz swimming it with a pair of Maritec Lip Grippers.  What was this beauty caught on?  Once again the Strada Viral 70 mm surface walker!!  (Hopefully if we can use a bit of our computer savvy  - yes a bit - we might/hope that we can actually send the photo through to you as an attachment!)

Beaches and Rocks

Luderick and drummer are still biting well off the rocks in Moruya with some nice flathead and tailor being brought in off Tuross.  Team Tackle world member John Snr has been landing some beautiful sea bream off Congo beach.

Offshore

Thankfully the kingies are still on the chew with some great catches being reported off River2Sea Jigs and the new Strada Tournament Poppers which were designed especially with kingies and tuna in mind.  We have also received some good reports of albacore outwide.  Meanwhile, some nice tiger flathead and snapper are being brought in off the back of the beaches up and down the coastline.

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Tackle World Moruya has now joined facebook! So go to www.facebook.com/tackleworldmoruya to check the site for updates on specials and great photos!  Have a great week everyone and "remember everyday's a good day for fishing ...!"

Team Tackle World Moruya

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Jade

Fishing Report, 30 October 2012

Tuesday, October 30, 2012 by tackleworldmoruya

Tackle World Moruya - Fishing Report

30 October 2012

The Tackle World team has been product testing the new IFISH RANGE of fishing rods during the week in Shimano's Skeeter - a big thanks to Shimano for letting us borrow it.  We tested out the new PAUL WORSTERLING TCURVE on Tuross Lake where the team caught some nice tailor, plenty of good flathead and some good bream in the snags.  Most of the flatties were caught on 70 mm Squidgie Silver Fox Fish with a good smearing of super juice (S FACTOR). The bream were mostly being caught on the ever popular 80 mm Bloodworm Wriggler.  The outfits we used to catch these species ranged from a Paul Worsterling (PW) TCurve Bream spin 6102 2-5 kilo teamed with a Stradic CI4 1000 which was spooled with 3lb Power Pro Bitemotion with a 6lb Dogtooth leader.  We also tried the PW Barra spin 662 5-8 kilo with a Rarenium 4000 FA spooled up with 10 lb Bitemotion and a 15 lb Dogtooth leader to hit the jewies. All in all a great week was had with the whole team fishing with an abundance of Shiamno outfits especially produced for Tackle World Stores.  Once again a BIG THANK YOU to Shimano for this opportunity.

  Moruya River

VIP Member Tom has been catching good flathead on the shallow flats above the bridge and around the airport on Squidgies. Lobby's in the Dusk colour were the lure of choice. Tackle World Team member Nathan has been catching some nice bream and whiting in the shallow sections of Moruya, throwing around Strada Viral 50 mm and 70 mm poppers.  There have also been some quality tailor being caught from Preddys Wharf upto Quarry Wharf. Arma Metalik and Twisty metal slices are doing the job.

Tuross Lake

Team member Jade and VIP member Tom fished the lake over the weekend catching and releasing some good sized flathead (all around the 60 cm size) wading the flats.  Squidgie bloodworm and lava wrigglers in 100 mm seemed to be the choice for the  flatties on that particular day! There are plenty of good size tailor through the main channel of Tuross and around the four-ways.  A lot of flathead have schooled up around the entrance to Borang, with the jewies still being chased in the narrows.

Beaches and Rocks

Good drummer, salmon and luderick are being caught off the headlands both up and down the coast, with some nice school sharks on the beach of an evening.

Offshore

The kingies are around and biting at the moment with VIP member Spider and Captain Ron from Winda Woppa 1 and 2 smashing the kingfish on knife jigs straight out the front of Moruya River in about 35-45 metres of water, with some good tiger flathead off the backs of the beaches.  Also out wide we have received great reports of albacore around the 10 Kilo mark.

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We have just received the brand new Paul Worsterling Shimano T-Curve graphite rods. Three piece Travel rods are also available within this range.

The brilliant new Paul Worsterling NANO rods (made exclusively by Shimano for Tackle World stores) have just arrived in store today and we have people lining up to make sure they secure one of these rods!  What has been delivered in store around Australia is all there is at the moment, so if you want to get your hands on something special you better be QUICK!!  These rods range in size from a 7021 bream through to 7062 Snapper.  Recommended retail throughout the whole range is $169.00!!  WHAT AN AWESOME PRICE FOR A ROD OF THIS QUALITY!!!

Have a great week everyone and "remember everyday's a good day for fishing ...!"

Tackle World Moruya has now joined facebook! So go to www.facebook.com/tackleworldmoruya to check the site for updates on specials and great photos!  Have a great week everyone and "remember everyday's a good day for fishing ...!"

Team Tackle World Moruya

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Jade

Fishing Report, 16 October 2012

Monday, October 22, 2012 by tackleworldmoruya

Tackle World Moruya - Fishing Report

Date 16 October 2012

Moruya River

VIP member Cruiser fished the river prior to the rain seeing a lot of big bream in the snags all the way up the river but found they were still a little bit timid. Plenty of salmon and tailor around Preddys Wharf on an incoming tide throwing around Arma Twisty and Metalik lures. VIP member Dean has been catching and releasing a few flatties up to 90 cm recently - not a bad effort out of his canoe.

Tuross

Big trevally and flathead are being caught through the four ways on soft plastics with VIP member Tom catching (and releasing) himself a nice 65 cm flattie on a 100 mm Black and Gold Squidgy Fish. VIP member Noel also reports some catches of flatties with a lot being undersize and those that were legal were also released.  Whiting are starting to bite on poppers, in particular the Strada Viral surface lures. There are a lot of big tailor being caught in the channel in front of the boat shed on large Sguidgy Shads. Stuart Hindson from AUSSIE FISH ESTUARY ADVENTURES has been giving clients the time of their lives with 16 jewies in 4 outings with the best so far from VIP member Evan catching and releasing a beautiful jewie measuring in at 111 cm (all fish were released to play another day).

Beaches and Rocks

Prior to the weather turning bad over the last week there was plenty of luderick being caught off the rocks around the Moruya and Tuross area.  Some good salmon and tailor have also been caught in the gutters along the beaches. Your best bet of a good catch is to throw around some metal slices like Arma Metalik or for those who prefer bait, pilchards on a paternoster rig with a surf popper on the top.

Offshore

Captain Ron onboard Winda Wopper 1 and 2 reports good catches of flathead while fishing in close off Congo. Ron then moved further out into 35 metres of water to catch snapper between 3-4 kilos - these fish were caught on Squidgy 140 mm Flick Baits and Lucanis jigs. Ron then headed back towards Moruya making use of his sounder to locate and then catch some excellent kingfish using River2Sea jigs. The usual reef fish are still being brought in, with the water temperature sitting at 17 degrees celcius with a mild current running at the time of writing.

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Have a great week everyone and "remember everyday's a good day for fishing ...!"

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Jade

Team Tackle World Moruya

 

Fishing Report, 10 October 2012

Thursday, October 11, 2012 by tackleworldmoruya

Tackle World Moruya - Fishing Report

10 October 2012

Moruya River

VIP members Tom and Tim have been fishing the flats above Moruya River during the week catching plenty of flathead and bream. They both caught some large flathead on Squidgy Lobbys and Squidgy Stealth Prawns, with the flatties pushing the 65 cm mark. Tom out-fished his cousin Tim, chasing the bream on Strada Viral surface lures with Tom catching 6 bream between 30-40 cm and Tim catching 1 bream that measured 35 cm to the fork - all fish were caught and released. Team member Jade fished off town wharf before work on Wednesday morning where he was pleasantly surprised by a school of big trevally.  Jade was quick to rig up with plastic of choice being Gulp 2 inch shrimp trying to entice at least one trevally to have a go. As he was still fishing for the trevally he hooked, landed and released a personal best bream of 45 cm to the fork. VIP member Ziggy was just in telling us that he has been getting stuck into the tailor the last couple of days - he has been fishing from Quarry Wharf down to The Anchorage trolling deep diving lures.  A huge school of salmon has also been reported off Preddies Wharf with catches on Arma Anchovies and a mix of pillies.

Tuross

VIP members Tom and Tim also headed out into Tuross this week fishing for flathead from the four-ways down to the entrance. They landed over 30 undersize flathead on bloodworm wrigglers (all of course were released). There have been other reports of flathead up to 75cm being caught as well as good sized bream on the flats with some anglers catching up to 25 in a single session. There are some big jewfish being caught in the deep holes in Tuross with one lucky angler catching a monster which weighed in at 114 lb - it was caught out the front of the boatshed at 12:30 am last Sunday morning - others not quite so big have been caught on 100 mm Squidgy fish in the Black and Gold colour and Drop Bear colour. 

Beaches and Rocks

There have been some good catches of salmon and tailor off the beaches but they are starting to slow down and move further along the coast. Good flathead and gummy sharks have been caught of an evening on squid and salted pillies. Racecourse beach seems to be the pick of the beaches this week.

Offshore

Big kingfish have been attacking the surface lures, in particular Cultiva Komachi 150 mm Poppers out the front of Moruya this week with reports of some of the fish getting over 1 m in length. Big snapper up to 5 kg, big mowies, rock cod and the odd big trevally in 35 m of water on squid and 140 mm Squidgy Wrigglers. Flathead are being pulled in off the back of the beaches with some good gummies and school sharks thrown in.

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Tackle World Moruya has now joined facebook! So go to www.facebook.com/tackleworldmoruya to check the site for updates on specials and great photos!  Have a great week everyone and "remember everyday's a good day for fishing ...!"

Team Tackle World Moruya

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Jade

Fishing Report, 20 September 2012

Wednesday, October 03, 2012 by tackleworldmoruya

Tackle World Moruya - Fishing Report

20 September 2012

Moruya River

VIP Members Jimmy and Dean have been chasing a few flatties with some good results around the change of the tide. Jim fished down the front of the river around the weed beds catching fish up to 65 cm using Squidgy 100 mm silver fox fish, while Dean headed up river looking for estuary perch around the boulders but instead ended up with a feed of flatties. Once again the Squidgy bloodworm wriggler 80 mm did the job!

Tuross

Tackle World member Jade fished the four ways on the weekend on the incoming tide fishing for bream on the drop offs using 80mm bloodworm wrigglers and 2 inch gulp shrimp in jelly prawn but instead of his target catch of bream he landed a lot of flathead instead. As a result of this he up sized the soft plastics however the flathead still preferred the smaller lures. During the week Jade fished the shallow flats hooking up to some small bream and the odd whiting on Strada Viral 50mm and Strada Chaos 45mm surface lures.

There have been reports of some large Jew fish being caught or believed to be hooked at least, with one angler having 300 yards of 30lb braid stripped off his reel with no chance of stopping it!

Salmon and tailor are still running through the lake in big schools. There are also plenty of luderick in Tuross around the four ways on the edges of the weed beds and along the rock walls.

Beaches and Rocks

Salmon, tailor and gummy sharks are being caught in good numbers off many of the beaches on salted pillies and squid. Flathead are also being caught off the beach of an evening.

Offshore

Captain Ron aboard Winda Woppa 1 & 2 went outside on Wednesday and Thursday catching good kingfish, trevally, leather jackets, snapper, huge rock cod and 2 gummy sharks off Burrie Point outside the marine park on fish bait and squid. The use of a sea anchor is needed with the current water temperature sitting at 16.5 degrees celcius.

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Team Tackle World Moruya

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Jade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fishing Report, 24 August 2012

Friday, August 24, 2012 by tackleworldmoruya

Moruya River

 

The work being carried out at Town Wharf has now been completed and the ramp is now ready for use again.

 

Unfortunately we have been unable to get on the water this past week as we have been locked away in conference at a trade show - Australian Fishing and Tackle Association (AFTA).  We are pleased to report that we have some brilliant new gear turning up and this will be appearing in store from now through to Christmas!

 

Congratulations to Paul Worsteling from IFISH with Tackle World on being awarded the "best of show" award for his book "The Fishermen's Bucket List"!!

 

Tuross

 

Team Tackle World member Jade and his mate Tom headed out on Tuross this past week where they seen plenty of big bream however they couldn't get them to bite.  Apparently the water is very clear and the bream were a little bit spooky.  Head up to fourways for some nice catches of luderick and flathead.

 

Beaches and Rocks

 

Team Tackle World member Nathan caught himself a nice feed of lobbies after going for a dive this week.  There are still plenty of salmon and tailor, with drummer and luderick being pulled in off the headlands.

 

Offshore

 

Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa I and II reports good catches of snapper, large kingies and 2 kg leather jackets in 70 m of water straight off Moruya.  Motor down off Congo for good catches of flathead in the 30 metre mark.  Ron caught all his fish on both squid and fish bait.  Ron also advises using heavy sinkers as the barracoota have been pinching the bait on the way down.  Please check bar conditions before heading out as we believe there are some "swirly" winds around, however we have checked the forecast and it looks like it should be OK with seas abating.

 

VIP SPECIALS

 

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Tackle World Moruya has now joined facebook! So go to www.facebook.com/tackleworldmoruya to check the site for updates on specials and great photos!  Make sure you view facebook this weekend as hopefully we will have a great little video of the new Cranka Crabs which were released at AFTA - these things are going to "smash" the fish and have to be seen to be believed - they will hit the market around November.  Have a great week everyone and "remember everyday's a good day for fishing ...!"

 

Team Tackle World Moruya

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Jade

 

 

 

Fishing Report, 17 August 2012

Friday, August 17, 2012 by tackleworldmoruya

 

Moruya River

Unfortunately the cold currents have sent slime through the river, which happens every year around this time - with a bit of luck it shouldn't take long to clear.  This however did not stop Team Tackle World member Mark heading out to once again enjoy a nice feed of Luderick coated in his favourite Fog Dog Batter (watch out for our new range of "salts" complete with ceramic grinder).

Town Wharf in Moruya is still undergoing some upgrading, so the ramp is not yet available for use.  If you'd like to fish the river you'll have to head to either North Head ramp or Preddies Wharf.

Tuross

After last weeks success in the racks, Graham headed back into Tuross, this time targeting the snags.  It proves that you need to carry a range of plastics and lures with you, as where he had greater success with soft plastics in his last venture, this time it was the hard bodied lures that worked a treat, in particular the Strada Badger 40 mm coated in Squidgy X-Factor.  Make sure you head to our facebook page in the next couple of days to view these big beautiful bream (all released).

Meanwhile Team Tackle World VIP member Noel took a visitor to the area out and fished the four-ways on an out-going tide targeting flathead with Squidgy Bloodworm Wrigglers and Squidgy Grasshoppers Fish.  Noel too coated his soft plastics with Squidgy X-Factor for a greater success rate.

The boat ramp at Steel bridge (on the highway) is still undergoing upgrading with the ramp being shut down for approximately another one-two weeks.

Beaches and Rocks

Our ever-present salmon are still being brought in off the beaches, along with good catches of drummer off the headlands.

Offshore

Captain Ron onboard Winda Woppa I and II had to cancel his charters last week due to the large seas.  However, some locals were lucky enough to get out prior and enjoyed good catches of snapper and kingfish off Pedro using Shimano Lucanus jigs for the snapper and metal jigs for the kingies.  Good schools of kingies were also reported off Spud Point.  The water temperature is still sitting around 14.4 degrees celcius.  Remember, always check the bar and sea conditions before heading out.  Moruya bar can be viewed via our website www.tackleworldmoruya.com.

VIP MEMBERS INFORMATION

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BACK IN STORE BY POPULAR DEMAND - Tackle Rat Dolls are now back in stock, along with all new IFISH Tackle Rat Kids Caps, and IFISH adults hoodies.  Keep an eye out for our new Tackle Rat Kids Chairs being released this summer!

VIP ONLY SPECIAL

All Fireline now 50% off while stocks are available!  BE QUICK!!  Remember you must show your card to staff to receive the discount.

Tackle World Moruya has now joined facebook! So go to www.facebook.com/tackleworldmoruya and 'like' us for updates on specials and great photos!  Have a great week everyone and remember "everyday's a good day for fishing ...!"

Team Tackle World Moruya

Graham, Gaye, Bec, Mark, Nathan and Jade

 

 

 

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