Landbased Fishing In Perth Any help

Hi Guys Im new to Fishwrecked

 

I am planing on heading out to Mandurah Tonight Sat 1st March can any experianced Anglers hand me any advice on where is a good spot to go id love to try have a fish on beach or off the rocks but im not familier with mandurah

 

Thanks

 

Sheldon


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The cut is alwase a good option

Sun, 2009-03-01 11:59

 herring ,tailor,gardies,salmon trout. timms thicket or whitehills is usualy good for tailor .If your looking at river fishing head up ravenswood way heading towards pinjarra the murry river crosses the HWY at ravenswood.cant miss it.picked up some nice bream there.

 

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Thanks Mate :D   We going

Sun, 2009-03-01 13:37

Thanks Mate :D

 

We going to head out to the Cut :D

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The Cut is doing well, Lots

Sun, 2009-03-01 14:42

The Cut is doing well,

Lots of Herring about the place.

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welcome to the site mate,

Sun, 2009-03-01 14:57

welcome to the site mate, and as uncle stu said the cut is always the best option, good for a big variety of fish and sometimes not too hard to get a great feed, can imagine it being very busy down there atm though

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Hi guys can any one get me

Sun, 2009-03-01 16:03

Hi guys can any one get me directions for the Cut and white hills within the next 30 mins :S google maps making no sence to me atm

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Try Port Bouvard,Dawesville

Sun, 2009-03-01 17:28

Try Port Bouvard,Dawesville cut etc.

Just go thru Mandurah,take the highway to Bunbury you cant miss it.Turn left or right when you cross the bridge.

Its the SECOND big bridge after Mandurah,the first is over the estuary.

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Welcome Mr Shim How did you go last night?

Sun, 2009-03-01 17:46

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Hi all....

Sun, 2009-03-01 21:46

I'm new to this site, I just need some advice on a few spots to get some whiting around Perth. Any comments or advice is appreciated. I do not have a boat.

Cheers 

Gavin

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Nice pic Gavin ;)

Mon, 2009-03-02 11:53

Anywhere where you can see sand Gavin. If you're North then Pinarroo Point is good. Stay in close and use small hooks. I fish further north and the whiting are like blowies up there at the moment. Great bait for the Tailor run and always a good option for Mulloway.

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There were heaps of whiting up at Yanchep yesterday

Mon, 2009-03-02 12:57

Very small though. Inside Mindaire Marina is a pretty reliable spot for whiting.
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Fun Night

Mon, 2009-03-02 11:42

Hi guys

 

we found the Cut parked at jolly frog was very busy but didnt land anything, we then headed to a spot off the rocks next to the marina landed two decant size shovel nose shark and a Ray I got spooled on my light gear by something didnt feel like a ray as it was a decant fight for all of 30 seconds before it ran and took my 2kg braid with it almost lost my stradic and my raider O_O but all in all was fun nite

thanks for all the help will be heading out again next week

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2kg braid. No wonder you got smoked

Mon, 2009-03-02 12:58

Sounds like you had fun though.
What size and model Stradic do you have?
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i got the 5000fh great

Mon, 2009-03-02 14:17

i got the 5000fh great little real was using ugly braid

 any recomended braid you guys can tell me since i gotta go grab more , the ugly is good just got alot of wind knots

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Hi Mr shim,  the sunline

Mon, 2009-03-02 20:40

Hi Mr shim,  the sunline cast away would be some nice braid. used them and they r soft and smooth IMO.

 

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Have a look at these links Mr Shim

Tue, 2009-03-03 12:11

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Thanks

Wed, 2009-03-04 16:45

Awsome thanks Colin

 ill grab some braid for my light gear next week

 

Im going to head to swan friday night with my heavier gear just to have a cast hopefully land my first mullo haha i can only dream of catching that fish

 

Thanks for all the help if some one can recomend a good rig that be great

 

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If you are chasing Mulloway

Wed, 2009-03-04 19:18

You should try down Mosman way. Also try and catch some live bait.

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