I need some new Mulla spots

hi guys

i am a big time fisherman and the last couple of months started to do some serious fishing in the metroe area i used to travel up to dongara but started to read this site and sighned up , u guys seemed to know all the hotspots and tricks of the trades lol. i know u guys wont want to give all the secrets away(no good fisherman would)  but any little bit of help would be ace

thanks very much


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Just try Secret Harbour or

Thu, 2007-10-18 17:04

Just try Secret Harbour or Singleton. Good stretch of beach! =]

My reels screaming zzzzzzz.... awwww damn it, its another boat!

All the best for the future fishing trips.
Cheers.... Jangles

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i am going to golden bay on

Thu, 2007-10-18 17:45

i am going to golden bay on saterday night any patcular bait i should try i have used fresh herring in the past an it seemed to do well but havent had much luck on it this time around!!

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Try some fresh Tailor fillet

Thu, 2007-10-18 17:54

Try some fresh Tailor fillet when you catch on there! Make sure the Tailor is 30cm before you fillet it. But yeah, fresh Whiting is killer bait as well also try Yellowtail, Scaly Mackerel, Slimey Mackerel anything smelly and hardy! =]

My reels screaming zzzzzzz.... awwww damn it, its another boat!

All the best for the future fishing trips.
Cheers.... Jangles

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Jas try catch a few herring

Thu, 2007-10-18 17:56

Jas try catch a few herring and use them for bait, Dont use them whole, wack a couple fillets off them and use a gang incase a small sharky or something comes by. You can get a few down that way.

Anyway good luck.

Cheers
Rob

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cheers guys  maybe i will

Thu, 2007-10-18 18:00

cheers guys  maybe i will have some luck this weekend. i will let u guys know
  

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Hey Rob, been getting into

Thu, 2007-10-18 18:00

Hey Rob, been getting into any fish lately?

Yeah, Jas good luck and keep us updated cooli-o!

My reels screaming zzzzzzz.... awwww damn it, its another boat!

All the best for the future fishing trips.
Cheers.... Jangles

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Not yet jangles Havent

Thu, 2007-10-18 18:45

Not yet jangles Havent started my assault for this summer yet but will be very shortly. Havent christened the poseidon with a decent fish yet hopefully this summer :D

Cheers
Rob

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Scarbs Gutters

Thu, 2007-10-18 18:50

I would be trying the scarbrough gutters very soon on the lead up to the moon.

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Awesome Rob, you heading

Thu, 2007-10-18 19:23

Awesome Rob, you heading North bound this Summer? Hope you bag that big one!

Hey Adam, I never knew you can fish Scarborough? I always thought it was protected or something like that!

My reels screaming zzzzzzz.... awwww damn it, its another boat!

All the best for the future fishing trips.
Cheers.... Jangles

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Nice big stinky fillet of

Thu, 2007-10-18 22:22

Nice big stinky fillet of mullet also works a treat or butterfly it for a bit of action
 
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thanks guys i didnt think

Fri, 2007-10-19 08:57

thanks guys i didnt think sand whiting was any good for them so i will be trying that one



hey adam where abouts is scarbrough gutters? 



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Jas04 welcome mate. All of

Fri, 2007-10-19 09:33

Jas04 welcome mate. All of the above is great info for you but ill add one thing and thats to keeep your bait off the ground! They will not take a bait laying on the bottom. Snelled hooks work best but add a cork to the rig so it floats up a bit and a running sinker is good as well down to a swivel to stop it. About a metre is the go. Large tailor strips are the go but you will get way more fish if you use livies. Yellowtail are good.



Keep it tight, reeeeeeel tight!

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thanks mte i had no idea

Fri, 2007-10-19 09:49

thanks mte i had no idea about been off the bottom that is probbly where i have been going wrong that could turn out to be a valuble bit of info thanks a bundle. maybe all i need is a bit of ur special berly i keep reading about lol sounds like some good stuff.  thanks for the advice from evryone that has helped me out i will show u all the pics of my rewards on sat night :) lol


cheers jas  

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Observation City

Fri, 2007-10-19 10:01

You know were Observation city is. Head south towards City Beach and a couple of kms down there are the Brighton dog beaches. I would go there this time of year for a Perth Mulloway if I was fishing for them.

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i will definatly give that

Fri, 2007-10-19 10:23

i will definatly give that spot a try it sounds alright and its pretty close too thanks adam