Kalbarri / Wagoe

Hey guys first time posting

Me and a mate are heading up to Wagoe on the 21st for a week for some well earned wind down any ways was wondering if any one knew what its like up there this time of year? 

 

also if any one knows any locals with a boat willing to take two good blokes out for fish, happy to chip into fule and buy a carton for the capitan

 

cheers guys, happy fishing 


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 See ya up there. Fat bloke

Tue, 2015-11-10 14:41

 See ya up there. Fat bloke with a beard and a beer 

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lucky i love to fish because i cant catch any.

 

BM294

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 Beautiful, good to know we

Tue, 2015-11-10 15:53

 Beautiful, good to know we wont be the only ones on the beach

 

what day are you heading up?

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 Coming up Monday leaving

Tue, 2015-11-10 17:34

 Coming up Monday leaving Wednesday just a quick trip

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lucky i love to fish because i cant catch any.

 

BM294

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 If your staying at the

Tue, 2015-11-10 17:13

 If your staying at the chalets lm sure they will also help with all the info you need.

Was up there 2 weeks ago and landed plenty of big mullaway at night. We camp on the beach and fish long into the night. Many of fish caught well after midnight.

1 tip l will give ya is plenty of burley. We use a scaler bag filled with mulies and dog buscuits soaked in tuna oil that we set up in the wash of the waves. 

Any tailor caught use as strip bait and cotton wrap it. 

Walk the reef in the morning throwing plastics and lures will get you fish. Just watch the swell.

 

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 cheers for the tips HolthIll

Wed, 2015-11-11 14:09

 cheers for the tips Holth

Ill have to stock up on my SPs, hofully land a snapper or two as well

 

also looking at hooking my first shark up there

 

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 Yeah shame youll have to

Wed, 2015-11-11 16:04

 Yeah shame youll have to throw back the snapper though due to the ban. But no shortage of sharks.

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Wagoe

Tue, 2015-11-17 23:07

 was there just last week. Heaps of mullas in the morning. Tight lines

 

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Hey guys don't mean to post

Tue, 2015-12-15 13:31

Hey guys don't mean to post steel.

 

me and a mate are thinking of heading up there over crissy/ new year sometime .

Dates not certain yet.

 

But after a little info on what the tracks/ beach is like to drive on .

Is it pretty soft ?

Also any info on entry points ? Can you only book and enter by the chalets or can you access elsewhere and camp on the beach ?

 

More then likely will only be in one vehicle .

which is a 100 series cruiser turbo diesel . Will be taking some recovery gear

like 2 sets of treds, shovels, snatch straps if we do happen to get stuck and someone is able to help.

. I do have rated recovery points aswell 

But I don't have a which. 

I have driven on the beach a few times but no expert.

Been out at wilbinga a few times and also been down to yeagarup .

 

Just wondering what's it like up there as I've never been. 

and if I'm stupid to go without a support vehicle? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lucky bays your only entry

Tue, 2015-12-15 16:16

Lucky bays your only entry point unless your staying at the chalets which then you can go through there gate.

Camping is fine, which is what we do.  was up there last weekend and the beach is fine for driving on.