Market Report

22-04-2014

We hope you all had a wonderful Easter with some ripping trade for those who were open!

The week after Easter is always the toughest week in the calendar for supply and it's been compounded further this year by the ANZAC DAY holiday on Friday so please be prepared to use a substitute if your preferred species isn't available.

Blue Grenadier, Blue Eye and Trevally will all be available and lakes Entrance Flathead should be ok for the next couple of days. Hapuka looks like being in short supply so Blue Eye is a good alternative.

Baby Snapper will be limited tomorrow but should be fine by Thursday and large Snapper is currently unavailable so fingers crossed for Thursday as well. On a brighter note fishing in Qld resumed over the Easter break after the Cyclones of the week before so Tuna, Swordfish and Albacore will all be in good supply.

Fresh stocks of the amazing WA Shark Bay Yellow Fin Whiting have just arrived so if you haven't tried this beautiful fish hurry up before you miss out! This will also be a good substitute for local KGW this week.

This weather will affect supply of local species such as Snapper, King George Whiting, Calamari and Red Mullet which will all be scarce.

Don't forget we will be closed this Friday for the ANZAC DAY public holiday

 

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