From trout to tuna, the fishing is firing ahead of the Anzac Day long weekend.
Yellowfin tuna turned up in reasonable numbers last weekend, especially off the stretch of coast between Batemans Bay and Bermagui.
It caused a mini-frenzy, with scores of boats heading out wide to chase these premium sportfish.
The bite has slowed, but yellowfin are constantly on the move, chasing currents and bait, so they could definitely turn up again over coming days.
Cubing, trolling lures or casting stickbaits are the best techniques - but you have to find the fish first.
There are still a few marlin over the Shelf, too.
Closer to shore, legal sized kings are being taken at Montague Island and surrounds on live baits, jigs and trolled lures.
The South Coast reefs in general are fishing well for snapper, flathead and morwong.
Rock and beach fishing should be outstanding this weekend for salmon, tailor, bream and trevally.
Salmon in particular are around in massive numbers, so it's just case of waiting until a school cruises by.
Trout fishing in the local streams has been sensational throughout autumn.
The situation right now is unique, with early spawn run browns on offer alongside healthy numbers of resident river fish, including plenty of hungry and aggressive rainbows.
Another mid-week cold snap might trigger more waves of browns to enter the Eucumbene, Thredbo and Murrumbidgee rivers, so the action is only going to get hotter.
The trout lakes seem to be on the improve, with some lively fishing unfolding for those fishing the banks or trolling lures from a boat.
Googong Dam is the brightest of the local fisheries; it's producing large redfin and one or two golden perch.
Because of its supreme water quality, Googong's redfin are in tip-top condition and are exceptional table fare.