G'day strangers!

 Hey fellas,

It's been a while since I've been on here since I've been out of perth. I just am hoping for any tiny piece of advice for tomorrow afternoon for I've got a couple of people who are dying to go fishing. I've checked all the usual condition indicators but it's been a while since I've fished on-shore in Perth and just want to catch them something. Just trying to toss up a place that would be more protected or at least producing - even a herring they'd be stoked! Realise it's going to be Friday arvo so most places are going to be crowded and we wouldn't get there until about 4.30. Am based between Freo and City Beach but any advice would really be appricaited guys, these guys just want to experience that feeling of catching their first fish, and I'm sure we can all relate to that! So not expecting secret spots or anything silly, just any reccomendations would be great.

All the best fellas!

Matt


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 Sorry I can't help you mate

Fri, 2017-08-18 13:13

 Sorry I can't help you mate as I don't fish local but would have thought after 400 reads someone could've steered you in the right direction.

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 If you haven't noticed it's

Fri, 2017-08-18 17:16

 If you haven't noticed it's been pretty dead in general due to the weather lately for land based with the odd report of pinkies which have mostly come from the moles. Burley is your friend here been fishing port Coogee about twice a week for nada even pickers scarce. That said I have been limited with when I can go

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E shed

Fri, 2017-08-18 13:54

E shed is always my go to with people who haven't fished much and young kids.

Easy access and no need to cast just drop a rig straight down.  Might just get trumpeters but it is something.

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Hey mate

Sat, 2017-08-19 07:40

 Sorry if the reply is to late but the rockwall near cailis fish pub in fremantle is a good place to take your friends inside the marina is really good at times wait till sunset/ night to avoid blowies and with a bit of burley theres a heap of herring yellowtail bream and squid to catch good luck mate

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