Busso jetty dive

 Dived busso jetty today for the first time.

Surprised that it's only 9m at the end, so about an hour down there.

I saw: stacks of usize skippy, huge shoals of bluebait, old wife, footballer, really big herring, western blue devil, sargent baker, 5 or 6 just size duie, big occy and cuttlefish, numerous soapy mulloway, ornate cowfish, globefish, huge longsnouted boarfish, leatherjacket (spiny tail, bluelined and horseshoe), gar, snook, sand whiting, dusky morwong, globefish, bullseye, a seahorse, small flathead, small sambo, goby, silverspot, porcupine fish, and various wrasse, not to mention all manner of soft corals, bryzoans, sponges, nudibranch, starfish et cetera. 

Not to mention a fair few lost lures and rigs and a pristine 7' shimano rod and reel combo.

Highly recommended.


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nice work

Mon, 2017-03-20 05:48

A new shimano rod and reel, lures and tackle all for under $10 cost of a tank of air. Boom, scored my friend..

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  Or if you are ever short of

Mon, 2017-03-20 07:24

  Or if you are ever short of a squid jig or a fold up chair, go dive Ammo Jetty.

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or if you need a few dozen

Mon, 2017-03-20 08:20

or if you need a few dozen king browns for the home brew kit.

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Yes its a great dive

Mon, 2017-03-20 12:54

even better at night, all the colours light up from the artificial torch light