Info for woodmans point / coogee jetty ?

 Alright everyone , just in process of moving to spearwood and after meeting landlord i just so had couple rods in the car and went for a mess around down the coogee jetty (is this woodmans point?) few couples wasting the arvo and stayed until an hour after dark with pretty much no luck.

Just wondering whats the go there , as in what should i be targetting this time of year ?

I know people will want to jump on here nd say "youll only catch a cold when you have to walk home" but i drive a bucket and if someone does twok it it will force me into buying a new one which the mrs will be delighted with !

Also is there any other decent spots not too far .. any advice on what set ups etc be much appreciated .. cheers geordie kev


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coogee jetty

Sat, 2015-07-18 10:54

 ive caught plenty of herring and gardies off the jetty, just burley up and use small hooks and floats and you should get a bit of a feed and some bait, also if your keen you can take your big gear and set out a tailor or a live herring under a baloon for some sharks, there are also plenty of rays on the bottom.

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which jetty there is a few

Sat, 2015-07-18 10:56

which jetty there is a few around

like ammo lots of people go there sharks  tailor big fish small fish bait

then theres coogee marina rockwall bacisly can be the same

woodmans point ie jervious bay rock groyne snapper sharks rays ect ect ect

or challenger beach where i fish alot of the time tailor mullet whiting herring ect

 

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 woodmans point jetty: winter

Sat, 2015-07-18 14:17

 woodmans point jetty: winter = snapper in storms, rays, shovel noses, salmon, tuna, ocational mulloway. Summer = spanish mackeral, bronzies, tigers, black tips, hammerheads, tuna, rays, mulloway, school macks, bonito, herring.

Have a balloon out 200m with half a salmon or mullet on 2 10/0 hooks in summer and u got a chance of a big shark.

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Giant herring.

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 cheers everyone , just

Sat, 2015-07-18 16:29

 cheers everyone , just popped in the tackle shop there got a few bits and going to head out early tomoz morning. the jetty i was at last week was the newish one 2 leveler ! not sure what its name is but going down that way in an hour so just to scope any other spots. Just reading on here the harbour is decent at times so ill have an eye spy for the morning

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 just had a drive down the

Sat, 2015-07-18 19:54

 just had a drive down the coogee harbour and couldnt see where you would fish ? parked up where the dome place is and walked around the marina but it was covered in no fishing signs and I was followed by a security fella who obv thought i was creeping ha. Also parked up at woodman point (first time down there) had a chat to few the boys fishing who said there had been a few big rays pulled in an hour before .. but i havnt got any metal leeders so would it be pointless fishing down there tomorrow morning with a couple of rods with just 10 n 15k line on ? anyway gona go the coogee beach jetty before sun up see about getting some bait fish and then figure out where best to sling them out

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 u dont need metal leaders

Sat, 2015-07-18 20:00

 u dont need metal leaders for stingrays, at least 50lb mono leader.

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Giant herring.

Cobia.

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 havnt even got any them bro

Sat, 2015-07-18 20:22

 havnt even got any them bro , never really wanted to catch rays or sharks , being a pom theyre things we see on docos n the telly not on the end of our line .. hopefully therell be some locals out in the morning so i can pick their brains n find my bearings :)