Whiting catches are excellent, top spots include Budds Beach to the Monaco St Bridge in the Nerang River and the mouth of creeks feeding the Broadwater.
At Jumpinpin there were good catches on the channel around the southern end of Russell Island, the Jacobs Well Straight and Ageston Sands in the Logan River.
There were also good catches in Tingalpa Creek, Wellington Point and Pumicestone Passage.
Using bloodworms on a run-out tide was the most productive technique.
Mud crabs have been hard to find but there were a lot of sand crabs caught this week - didn't seem to matter where you set your pots as long as it was a sandy area.
Reports came from the northern Broadwater, Southern Bay, right through to Pumicestone Passage.
There's plenty of school mackerel in Moreton Bay.
Top spots have been around the southern end of Moreton Island including the Shark Spit area, Four Beacons and the top end of the Rainbow Channel.
The Brisbane River continues to produce great catches, mulloway and threadfin are the main species anglers target and the prime time has been at night.
We are now seeing consistent catches of mangrove jack from estuaries for those targeting them by either trolling or fishing known snags.- Dave Downie
We are now seeing consistent catches of mangrove jack from estuaries for those specifically targeting them by either trolling structure or fishing known snags.
Mixed in with the jacks are a few estuary cod and trevally.
There has been chopper tailor on most beaches at sunrise and sunset and a few bigger fish to two kilograms through the night.
Either side of the Pin Bar has been a consistent producer, as has Noosa North Shore south of Cut One and the beaches in northern New South Wales, in particular Pottsville and South Ballina Beach.
If the tailor aren't biting there are plague numbers of dart to keep you busy during daylight hours.
Offshore, dolphinfish were still in good numbers around the Wave Rider Buoy and FADs again this week.
Trolling has produced mainly bonito and mac tuna but also increasing numbers of Spanish mackerel around rocky headlands and reef areas.
Those dropping baits on the bottom reported good numbers of snapper, pearl perch and trag.
There is no change in the freshwater fishing with bass on the bite in all impoundments and a surprising number of yellowbelly caught as well.
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