» Salmon continue to be caught off local beaches
» Pinkies are still being caught offshore
» Flathead continue to be scarce
» A few whiting have been caught.
» Snapper and pinkies offshore are still reported
» Flathead reports continue offshore
» Whiting, trevally, salmon continue to be caught in the river
» Salmon off most local beaches.
» King George whiting are still being reported in close
» Offshore, pinkies and snapper continue
» Flathead are being caught but not in great numbers
» Squid are still around
» A few gummy shark have been caught offshore
» Salmon catches have been reported of local beaches
» Bream continue in Spring Creek.
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» St Leonards has King George whiting, flathead and squid continue
» Clifton Springs, pinkies, whiting and flathead and squid as well as the occasional gummy shark reported
» Queenscliff: whiting, flathead, salmon, squid and an few pinkies have been reported
» Outside the heads, some bluefin tuna have been caught
» The creek continues with reports of trevally and salmon
» The mouth of Swan Bay reports squid, salmon and flathead catches as well as a few whiting
» Point Lonsdale, still trevally, a few whiting, salmon and a few pinkies and squid have been reported
» The White Lady, whiting, pinkies and squid with the occasional gummy shark also being caught
» Indented Head, snapper, flathead, King George whiting, squid as well as some pinkies and some pike.