Saltwater fishing is firing.
North Coast: Large schools of black backs (Australian salmon) can be found busting up at the front of most estuaries, these make for a great fly fishing target. Another liable sport fishing option in these areas are the wrasse, these fish are very susceptible to a fly and they will most defiantly bend the heavy trout gear.
East Coast Bream: Plenty of bream around and actively feeding throughout the estuaries and lagoons, especially in the shallows. Small baitfish patterns, shrimps and crabs will do the trick fool these rod benders.
St Helens (Georges Bay): Good numbers of silver trevally can be found throughout the bay, generally around the edges of the flats where it meats the deep water. Bust ups can be seen frequently throughout the bays and deeper water, with salmon, tailor and yellowtail kingfish in the mix. Small surf candies and clousers on either a sinking or floating line will do the trick on these knuckle busters.
Rivers: Water levels and temperatures are steadying and fish are well and truly looking up. Especially as the hoppers are starting to get into full flight.
Lakes: Spinner hatches are in full swing with the right weather, as well there are lots of terrestrial's getting about and ending up on the water.