Stricklands Hole

Stricklands Hole


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Looks like a Tailor hotspot?

Sat, 2007-06-09 19:53

What type of rigs you would use here or lures otherwise? I see alot of reef and I guess you would recommend poppers instead?

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Jangles

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sorry for so long to reply

Thu, 2008-02-28 19:26

I bait cast with an alvey in that hole. I use a gang with a small running bean sinker. Only need to cast out about 20m into the closer wash. The hole is very deep, I have never busted off on reef there.

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Twisties

Sat, 2007-06-09 20:03

Poppers, twisties, dropper rigs, could use almost anything in there, getting it back out is the hard part. :)

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Ohhh Cheers mate!

Sat, 2007-06-09 20:41

Must be one expensive spot to fish then hey? :]

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Jangles

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Depends

Sat, 2007-06-09 20:44

Really depends on how skillful an angler you are or how much grief the fish wants to give you.

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What have you pulled?

Sat, 2007-06-09 21:01

What species have you pulled out of this spot? Cause I get PINGED all the time at Trigg! But I would guess that anything you catch here will rub you against the reef in no time! =}

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Jangles

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mainly tailor

Thu, 2008-02-28 19:28

in that hole. It never fails, just depends how big they are. In october they get up to 4kg, summer only about 750g to 1kg. I have landed a small shark in there and a couple of monster buff bream.

 

It is a surprisingly clean place to fish. 

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Fished it for Tailor ,try a

Sat, 2007-06-09 21:11

Fished it for Tailor ,try a mulie with a small wine cork to keep it up out of the tackle taxing ground,we caught some rat kings at the same spot with a smaller swell.

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Cheers for that!

Sat, 2007-06-09 21:17

Thanks for the info mate, I'm keen to check out this spot out! =]

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Jangles

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One Problem!

Sat, 2007-06-09 21:20

Me don't know the directions on getting there! HAHAHA what a Knob I am * Yes Knob with a capital K*

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Jangles

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We use to call it the cod

Sat, 2007-06-09 21:36

We use to call it the cod hole! due to hte amount of Wirra cod
that would try to steal ya tackle.

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What muts they are!!!

Sat, 2007-06-09 22:00

Its fun catching Wirra Cod but they tend to get to the reef before you even known your hooked up... BLOODY WIRRA CODS!!

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Jangles

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yeah where is stricklands?

Tue, 2007-08-07 21:01

yeah where is stricklands? is this like in strickland bay on rotto?

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yep

Thu, 2008-02-28 19:30

it's in the middle of stricklands bay, along about a 1500m track from the main road quite near where the norther side road meets the south road.