Its been a tough dry season with the fish proving very hard to temp. They have either just not been biting or being very tentative just mouthing the baits and spitting them back at you. There have been some good Theadfin about with most being in the 70 to 90 cm range. The best days during the dry have been producing up to three barra but there have been a unusual amount of no fish days. The good news is that the water temp is finaly starting to rise. Earlier this week temps hit 26 degrees but dropped a little with a bit of a cold snap this week. Temps earlier in the dry went below 21 degrees which I not seen before. The good news is that yesterday the signs improve. Fishing the neap tides we pushed up into the shallow water at the top o the Little Howard for the incoming and hooked onto four barra with one being in the 90cm range but unfortunately the skill level of the clients was not up to the challenge. For the outgoing tide we moved over to King Creek and fished the upper reaches for another three hook ups and landing a nice 70cm fish. This has been the best sign yet that the fish are starting to bite and it should be starting to crank up by the end of the month.