The bigger fish are in the deep fast flowing areas during the day and moving up into the shallows at night.
There are quite a few chopper tailor around and we are starting to see a few greenbacks coming from the surf at night.
If you're just after a bit of fun and a feed try walking the foreshore and rock walls at Wynnum and Manly casting lure or small pilchards at dawn or dusk.
The better tailor are coming from surf beaches.
There are mulloway on the move. The Brisbane River is one of the hots spots as is the Pin Bar and Seaway.
Fish to six kilos are common as a by catch while targeting other species with fillets and pilchards.
If you're serious about that big mulloway of a lifetime, you need to have a live mullet, tailor or pike swimming close to the bottom.
Large 180mm soft plastics worked very slowly hopping over the bottom are also accounting for fish.
There are good numbers of snapper in the bay, avoid the shallows because there are too many bream.
Most anglers are fishing a bit deeper in 10m of water where the ratio of bream to snapper gives you better odds.
There is a mixed bag from offshore this week including snapper, mulloway and big dolphinfish around the Wave Rider buoy and FADs.
The dolphinfish are a bit timid and while you'll catch the wigglers on pilchards the big bulls have only been looking at an unweighted live bait drifted back to the structure with the current.
There are plenty of snapper to 2kg being caught on Paternoster rigs, however float lining is finding the better quality.
There has also been a hot run of mulloway up to 10kg on the shallow reefs, coffee rock, wrecks and the bait grounds.