Just got into Karratha wheres good for land based fishing.

 Just got into Karratha havent got the boat yet. Wheres good for land based fishing. Have 2wd Rodeo.

 

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Rob


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point samson causeway

Sun, 2013-06-09 19:45

 is good for jacks

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honeymoon cove at point

Sun, 2013-06-09 19:59

honeymoon cove at point Samson, head out onto the rock point where the light beacon is and just use little silver twisty lures. an hour either side of the high tide change, have fun on little macks and all kinds of trevallys.

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Just remember one

Sun, 2013-06-09 20:06

Just remember one thing........ Massive amounts of sand flies. This was from one day sunset fishing ath the causeway. itchy as fuk for 6 weeks. Still have scars from them little buggers. No sleep for weeks. many nights rubbing legs against the matress and scratching haha...

 


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Point Samson ,causeway,Karratha W.A by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


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Bloody sandflies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


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with a 4x4 cleaverville is

Mon, 2013-06-10 00:02

with a 4x4 cleaverville is your closest best option. just past the boat ramp on the rock ledge their fish out into the hole or at lowtide have a look around and you can walk out along the rock groin and fish the channel. bit late to catch barra their now but will still be jews and salmon.

balla balla is allways good for jews/mulloway and in summer some big barra but same as check it out at low tide to find the best spot to fish (rockbar beside the boat ramp). tip let the sand flies smash the hell out of you a few times and you will build up imunity or just get used to them. both you will find quality jacks and muddies

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sorry ment "without a 4wd

Mon, 2013-06-10 00:09

sorry ment "without a 4wd cleaverville is your closest best option" both have easy access with 2wd but FYI if you have access to a 4wd you can get into some great creek fishing down south and better up north jones river and Sherlock river but you need to speak to the station owners first and access is not all ways a given

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Thanks

Mon, 2013-06-10 19:22

 Thanks Mate

 

Tried back beach groin today..however was about an hour after high tide. Fishing with mulies.Got stuff all.

 

Will give cleaverville a go tomorrow. Will check out where it is.

 

Thanks

 

Rob