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Fishing SA magazine Metro and Country SA Fishing Report 03/05/2015

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Salmon – Aldinga, Port Willunga, Moana, Port Noarlunga, O’Sullivan Beach, St Kilda, North Haven, Port River


Mullet - Aldinga, Maslin Beach, Moana, Southport, Onkaparinga River, Port Noarlunga, Henley Beach, Semaphore, Largs Bay, Tennyson


King George Whiting – Hallett Cove, Semaphore, Grange, St Kilda


Snapper – Seaford, Port Noarlunga, Somerton, Glenelg, Outer Harbor


Garfish – North Haven, St Kilda, Hallett Cove, O’Sullivan Beach, Port Stanvac


Tommies – O’Sullivan Beach, Grange, Semaphore


Squid – Port Noarlunga, Marino, Seacliff, Semaphore, Largs Bay


Bream – Onkaparinga River, West Lakes


Mulloway – Onkaparinga River, West Lakes, Port River





Salmon – Waitpinga, Parsons Beach, Myponga, Salt Creek, Canunda, Browns Beach, Port Broughton, West Cape


Mullet – Coobowie, Marion Bay, Pondalowie Bay, Carpenters Rocks, Nene Valley, Waitpinga, Parsons Beach, Coorong


King George Whiting – Moonta Bay, Port Hughes, Port Victoria, Edithburgh


Snapper – Cape Jervis, Wirrina, Port Augusta, Edithburgh, Ardrossan,


Tommies – Victor Harbor, Elliston, Sheringa, Port Neill


Squid – Port Victoria, Port Hughes, Moonta Bay, Wallaroo, Port Vincent, Stansbury


Mulloway – Salt Creek, Coorong


Tuna – Port MacDonnell




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