25 and 26 th look fishable !

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Re: 25 and 26 th look fishable !

#16 Post by yaqdoq » Sat Mar 25, 2017 9:35 pm

Hard work getting livies today , east to find but difficult to make them bite .
Both tommo and I got a spotty . I also managed 4 species of shark !!

Good luck for Tomorrow .

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Re: 25 and 26 th look fishable !

#17 Post by arpie » Sun Mar 26, 2017 8:06 am

...Both tommo and I got a spotty . I also managed 4 species of shark !!...

Bummer! How is the water clarity? Do you think the dirty water would affect the fishing? I know the fish 'have to still be there' .... somewhere .....

It's not looking too bad a day down here ..... but our water is still absolutely filthy! I snuck out last weekend for a couple of hours in 'normally fishy' areas ..... for not one hit! :beye:

Oh well, it can only get better!! :wink:

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Re: 25 and 26 th look fishable !

#18 Post by rlenno » Sun Mar 26, 2017 2:47 pm

yaqdoq wrote:Hard work getting livies today , east to find but difficult to make them bite .
Both tommo and I got a spotty . I also managed 4 species of shark !!

Good luck for Tomorrow .
Went out with a mate this morning, his first time offshore. Had trouble finding livies and getting them to bite! Managed 1 slimy and a couple of yakkas. 15 minutes later the slimy got eaten without a hookup, then the yakkas went untouched for hours. Tried bouncing some dead baits along the bottom, my mate hooked up to something decent which ended up being a wobbegong shark, then shortly later hooked up to something else (i reckon he was snagged but he swears it was a fish :lol: ) and snapped the handle off his brand new reel. I could only manage red rock cod and sergeant bakers :?:

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Re: 25 and 26 th look fishable !

#19 Post by pazz » Sun Mar 26, 2017 3:56 pm

There were about 6 of us off Arrawarra this morn.
I struggled to find any livies so had a nice pilly out. First one sliced in half but missed the back treble somehow???
Next one stayed connected and boated a medium spotty of about 75.
Quiet for the next hour & off the water about 9.30ish.
Mick boated a good quality spanish.
Speaking to a few stink-boats and they all seemed to be catching a few. Reports of more spanish being caught.
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Re: 25 and 26 th look fishable !

#20 Post by mick72 » Sun Mar 26, 2017 9:08 pm

Spanish i picked up today with the boys
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Re: 25 and 26 th look fishable !

#21 Post by placcymarauder » Sun Mar 26, 2017 10:20 pm

Ripper looking fish Mick. Congrats.
Will be up that way (staying at Corindi Beach) Last week of June - 1st week of July. Is there much around offshore at that time of the year?

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Re: 25 and 26 th look fishable !

#22 Post by yaqdoq » Mon Mar 27, 2017 9:17 am

great snapper time in july . Also pearl perch .

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Re: 25 and 26 th look fishable !

#23 Post by yaqdoq » Mon Mar 27, 2017 9:20 am

Fished Diggers on Sunday , " landed" a large Hammerhead to the amusement of the boaties , lost my livie rig early to a speedster but still hooked up to 2 spotties on dead bait rigs . Macauleys was a bit of a car park but lots of spotties present .

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Re: 25 and 26 th look fishable !

#24 Post by Pollycraft » Mon Mar 27, 2017 6:03 pm

Went off Arra this morning. Plenty of slashed baits and twisted rigs, bait was easy to find. I managed a Spanish and 2 spots for the session :gu: Hoping to head out again tomorrow morning
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Re: 25 and 26 th look fishable !

#25 Post by pavo » Mon Mar 27, 2017 8:18 pm

Nice going Brad. Bait was very hard to get Saturday.
I ended up with a big O

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Re: 25 and 26 th look fishable !

#26 Post by Snapperpaddy » Tue Mar 28, 2017 6:44 am

The planned Red Rock launch was cancelled as the sets near the headland were too regular, looks like the swell forecast needs to be less than a metre , Bugger Moved on to Woopie both Sat evening and Sunday morn scoring a spottie on both trips. Solid paddles into a fairly strong northerly on both trips, certainly earned the fish, caught on pillies
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