Quick night fish

Quick night fish

A good night tonight with 2 of these at a good size for the location, couple of estuary cod and a few unstoppables.  Also had a nice 5 ft shark hang around for a while, finally saw him in the headlamp, it appeared he must have been harrassing the bait for a while due to the amount of frayed leader and missing hooks.

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Good effort Adam, was that

Tue, 2009-03-24 03:57

Good effort Adam, was that landbased?

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My exact question

Tue, 2009-03-24 07:10

Adds, LB or inshore dinghy. West or Gulf. Would have thought def west. If it was a quick fish must have been near the lighthouse or Oysters at a guess.

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Very nice Adam

Tue, 2009-03-24 08:34

Good to see you haven't lost your landbased skills.

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and no gps coordinates or details of bait???

Tue, 2009-03-24 08:53

that rock does look very familiar. 

looks like a nice catch Ads.

We're going to be up there in 3 weeks, for a few weeks. Knowing my luck we will only be attracting all the fish with our bait and not pulling any in. Will be handy for you guys having the big comp.

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Inside the marina

Tue, 2009-03-24 10:10

Caught inside the marina somewhere on mullet off the shore and nearly pulled me in. :)  I couldn't land them on 35lb flurocarbon, had to go up to 60lb jinkai and even then the leaders were coming back frayed as.  Have to go and fillet and process him soon, but I'd say he'd go about 48cm.

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Great catch from the Marina

Tue, 2009-03-24 10:45

Adds that is a great catch from the marina.

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Flat seas!!!

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Well done Adam. Hope to get

Tue, 2009-03-24 16:43

Well done Adam. Hope to get a night fish in myself this Friday with it being a new moon.

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nice fish, fresh for

Tue, 2009-03-24 16:51

nice fish, fresh for dinner

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i reckon the 60 cm jack and

Wed, 2009-03-25 00:54

i reckon the 60 cm jack and his big blue bone mate are startn to play on your mind ads
always in it just the depth that varie

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Awesome catch ! Hope the

Fri, 2009-03-27 14:06

Awesome catch !

Hope the water will be warm and full of fish in October when I go up. 

Last year was crapola.