Land based Port headland

Gday All,

I will be spending a bit of time in PHE and was wondering if there are any easily accesible landbased spots worth flicking a lure around , have seen Pretty pond ,i think, and looks OK to spend a few hours playing around  but just chasing some general pointers for the area .

Any advice greatly appreciated ,oh and where to go for a beer would be sweet ..Cheers Andy


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Pier hotel on a Friday night

Wed, 2011-12-14 15:40

Pier hotel on a Friday night is where it all happens.

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The Pier

Wed, 2011-12-14 18:26

 Sooooo dodgy, The Pier

...is that for flicking a lure or for a beer .....bwaaaahahahah

 

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Be Carefull

Thu, 2011-12-15 12:42

At the Pier you might catch something but it wont be a fish!!!!!

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 hahaha yeah, probably catch

Thu, 2011-12-15 18:10

 hahaha yeah, probably catch a right hook from what ive heard haha

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Try the spoilbank and also

Thu, 2011-12-15 18:14

Try the spoilbank and also along the shore round finucane island....

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Yes, the infamous Pier hotel,

Thu, 2011-12-15 22:24

Yes, the infamous Pier hotel, it's just as dodgy as the Last Chance in South Hedland. 

As for the fishing, flicking lures along the rockwall to the right of the boat ramp in town and along the spoil bank for sure. Use small plastics and metals and let them sink really deep, its up to 18m deep off the edge of the walls.

 

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Six Mile

Mon, 2011-12-19 07:38

Six Mile Creek is a good spot to try on a low tide.  Cross the small channel onto the exposed rock and fish the channel on the eastern side on the first of the incoming tide.  Careful though, as if you're not paying attention to the water levels, you'll be swimming back to the other side.  Good spot for big flathead and also a barra if you're lucky. 

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Cheers for the heads up lads

Mon, 2011-12-19 09:06

Cheers for the heads up lads , had a flick at Spoil bank and got 1 small quennie ,but had to race back to Perth due  a death in the family .Will try the other spots next trip ,maybe not the Pier by the sounds of it ,although it is a swweeet looking pub !!

 

Cheers Andy