Holiday snaps

Holiday snaps

 Solo session inside  FFB in 10m yesterday morning, drifting and hoping for a snapper. A few 40cm snapper first up. Then a decent run ended with a pinkie of about 70cm alongside, but the leader cut through on its teeth as I reached for the net. Was  only fishign for an hour, so very happy to get my bag. Seemd plenty around and hungry. They took three different baits; a mulie, a herring fillet and a Gulp soft plastic.


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Well done

Sat, 2023-09-30 21:28

 Reefsta

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Thanks Uncle

Sun, 2023-10-01 09:32

 Hopefully get another go before the school holidays end. 

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 Good fish! They go hard in

Sun, 2023-10-01 09:15

 Good fish! They go hard in shallow water and taste great on the plate.

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Must be a few around

Sun, 2023-10-01 09:38

 Thanks Rob

 

The 2 fish I  kept went 70 and 65cm. Lost the first, slightly bigger one, at the boat. Given it was such a quick burst of activity there must have been a school all around the same size passing through. Great fight over the shallow reef and sand patches , which you could see under the boat. Family loved the feed. One more week for another chance!

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Well done. They go hard in

Tue, 2023-10-03 06:49

Well done. They go hard in the shallow water.

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 A couple of beauties well

Thu, 2023-10-12 10:35

 A couple of beauties well done. Heaps out there aye from right close inshore and also plenty out in 130m-150metres too. Lots of smaller ones everywhere as well.