Whiting catches have been consistent in all rivers and creeks.
The Nerang River is easily producing a feed for those fishing the run-out tide at night using blood worms, but anglers trying during daylight hours won't go home empty handed.
At Jumpinpin there have been good catches opposite Slipping Sands, Tabby Island and the southern end of Russell Island.
They have also been caught at Ageston Sands in the Logan River and further north along the Manly foreshores, King Island and in Pumicestone Passage.
There have been reports of flathead caught from a variety of locations; at Jumpinpin the better catches came from the Power Lines to Behms Creek, in the Logan River around Ageston Sand and on the sand banks off the southern end of Cobby Island.
In the Broadwater they were caught at the mouth of both the North and South arms of the Coomera River, mouth of Biggara and Loaders creeks and around the Sundale Bridge after dark.
There have also been reports of flathead caught around the Bayside foreshores.
Some of the better locations include the mouth of Tingalpa Creek, Manly marina entrance and in the Pine River and Hayes Inlet.
Further north there have been smaller school flathead caught in Pumicestone Passage at the mouth of Ningi and Coochin creeks.
Holiday makers heading to the beach over the holidays should take a fishing rod as there have been great catches of dart and whiting this week.
There have been a few caught on the northern Gold Coast beaches however Moreton, North and South Stradbroke islands and further north off Teewah and Fraser Island have produced excellent catches on yabbies, beach worms or pippies.
Crab catches have slowed up over the past two weeks however the rain should improve results over the next few weeks.
The better results for those targeting sand crabs have come from the eastern side of the bay in deeper water, and there have been a few mud crabs caught in the Pine, Caboolture and Brisbane Rivers and in Jumpinpin's smaller feeder creeks and mangrove drains.
In the freshwater, there's been plenty of bass on the bite in all impoundments but no sign of redclaw with the exception of North Pine Dam where a few are being caught.
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