Any info about tamala station appreciated.Headind up next week for a camping and fishing trip with the family have got 4x4 

ranmar850's picture

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I know of a couple of spots

Tue, 2017-09-12 06:48

 LB can be a bit tough in the lower Bay, very dependent on tide with a lot of shallow water. If the wind blows from the SE, it will be worse. If you are going around to Tea Tree camp, the point is a good spot for LB on the top half of the tide both ways. Lots of small  pinks around 40cm, but there will be size fish among them. Baldies can be around, too. I've never fished it at night, could be good. And you get good shelter from the south if the wind is blowing. Right around the other (east) side of Tea Tree, the track goes to a point with good deep water and tide flow past it, at the north end of a big beach. I've never fished there, but it looks the goods. 

Can't comment on the east side of the peninsula.

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 As above, a few squid

Tue, 2017-09-12 13:42

 As above, a few squid around, heaps of bluebone that  are flight af, get within 10-20m and bam they off almost. Scored a 40cm pink just of shore on canoe, i think its a tough spot to crack, lots of fishy places didnt hold anythig.


Fishing and catching are two different things. But i want to learn how to catch.

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 Thanks for the info guys I'm

Thu, 2017-09-14 18:38

 Thanks for the info guys I'm heading up Wednesday next week will post something on here when i get back