Land based bunbury report.
Thinking of doing this regulary for the weeks im back down here.
This is mostly for the younger guys that fish around bunbury and are looking for places and whats biting.
Heres my findings for the week!
Bunbury flood gates at the acctualy gates casting towards the bridge on a slow retrieve was producing good numbers of juvinile salmon, small skippy, chopper tailor and the occasional leather jacket and tarwhine
Bait used: White bait / Sardines
Rig used: Swivel 6lb leader small sinker ( depending on conditions) size 03 gangs
The Bunbury Estuary:
Park at the boat ramp and follow the wall down to wear the boats are moored:
Cast towards the boats and just let it sit on the bottom not to much tension on your line
Was producing good size silver bream and even a flathead and a run which im thinking may of been a soapie!
Bait: squid, white bait
Swivel 8lb Leader small sinker Single long shank size 9 hooks for squid
Swivel 8lb Leader small sinker size 03 Gangs
At the very end next to the navigation poles was producing Baby pink snapper great fun on light gear
In the middle was producing 25 - 32cm tailor
Casting about 6 meters out for the pink snapper
Casting into the middle with a medium to high speed retrieve for the tailor or letting an unweigheted mulie float out
Bait:Squid / Mulies
Swivel 8lb Leader small sinker Single size 1 circle hooks for squid
Swivel 30lb Leader No sinker set of size 4 gang hooks (depending on mulie size)
Swivel 30lb Leader Halco twisty or similiar metal lure!
Collie river mouth of the river ( near the grand canals)
Lots of yellowfin whiting around
Go to where the big old tree is on the beach section and cast out as far as you can slowly retrieving it
Bait: Squid/ blood worms/ pipis
Swivel 6lb flurocarbon Small sinker line red tube 2 red beads size 9 longshank hook
Well hope that helps some of the younger guys and if does ill keep doing it :)
I wanna get free! im gonna get free! right into the sun!