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#246037 - 10/11/2007 12:30 Re: fishing
terrified Offline
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Registered: 06/12/2001
Posts: 2131
Loc: Nowra nsw
Gday Scott. :wave:

The river is EXCELLENT!! cool

Plenty of good Bream & plenty of Flatties atm,,i WILL be having a fish tomorrow myself,have visitors here today otherwise id be out there..

The Bream are around the oyster racks near Comerong Island and also down at the Blue Cilo,s,,,the Flathead are at the cilo,s aswell and down near Broughton Creek..

Theyre both biting on "whitebait" and "squidgies" depending on the day,,,i will repost tomorrow arvo and let you know on how i go,,i be heading out at the crack of daylight,cant wait..

Craig :wave:
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#246038 - 10/11/2007 13:32 Re: fishing
Cheers Offline
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Registered: 26/05/2007
Posts: 1117
Loc: sevenhills nsw
Thanks Craig & we will have to have a fish & a beer soon.
All the best
Scott

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#246039 - 10/11/2007 17:58 Re: fishing
terrified Offline
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Registered: 06/12/2001
Posts: 2131
Loc: Nowra nsw
No worries scott..

Id settle for a coke,,i dont drink..

Give me 1,,im typsy,,,give me 2,,im ANYONES..LOL..

I cant handle my drink..LOL

Craig

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#246040 - 11/11/2007 16:54 Re: fishing
terrified Offline
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Registered: 06/12/2001
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Loc: Nowra nsw
Gday all..

I headed out just on 6am this morning,put the boat in at Broughton Creek,fished the mouth of the creek and in the main river at first..

I went up to the T-Junction and had a drift for a few Flatties and bream,there was plenty of chopper tailor around and a few of my lures got distroyed by them..

Headed towards Greenwell Point and i got 6 FLatties all around the 45/55 cm and i got 3 decent size bream too..

Nothing on white bait or lures,,all on 1/2 pilchards..

All round,,,an excellent days fishing,and a mild sunburnt too..

Craig :wave:

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#246041 - 12/11/2007 01:23 Re: fishing
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Registered: 02/09/2002
Posts: 1877
Loc: Albany.W.A.
Hi Craig, good to see u r getting such good fishing ATM - nice lizzards ur getting there - they r one of our favourites - dipped in egg & rolled in bread crumbs - pure delight!!!!!
i have'nt been fishing much lately, i'm suffering from dizzy spells caused by inner ear troubles - i seem to get car sick & sea sick very easily, never had this problem be4. i went out with my mate 2 weeks ago for a little 2 hour session - he caught 3 big KG's real kidney slappers, but apart from that it was very slow - again we have bad water temps - very warm currents coming along the south coast - shouldn't be here & keep a lot of fish further out to sea to get cooler water....
so enjoy them while they r biting Craig & have a good Xmas wink :wave: Tony.

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#246042 - 12/11/2007 11:10 Re: fishing
Cheers Offline
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Registered: 26/05/2007
Posts: 1117
Loc: sevenhills nsw
Quote:
Originally posted by terrified:
Gday all..

I headed out just on 6am this morning,put the boat in at Broughton Creek,fished the mouth of the creek and in the main river at first..

I went up to the T-Junction and had a drift for a few Flatties and bream,there was plenty of chopper tailor around and a few of my lures got distroyed by them..

Headed towards Greenwell Point and i got 6 FLatties all around the 45/55 cm and i got 3 decent size bream too..

Nothing on white bait or lures,,all on 1/2 pilchards..

All round,,,an excellent days fishing,and a mild sunburnt too..

Craig :wave:
Thanks for your report Craig.I will be heading down there on Wednesday to do a bit of boat maintenance + mow the grass. I will come home on thursday But will be back down there on Friday night to do some fishing on Saturday.
Regards
Scott

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#246043 - 13/11/2007 04:54 Re: fishing
terrified Offline
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Registered: 06/12/2001
Posts: 2131
Loc: Nowra nsw
F/E & Scott

I have sent you both a pm..

Craig

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#246044 - 22/11/2007 21:39 Re: fishing
Sailfish Offline
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Registered: 05/07/2007
Posts: 17
Loc: Liverpool
g'day all,

sorry i have not been on here for a while as i forgot my password, any way not much to report up here, a few flathead and snapper, fish are only small but, any way i been fishing this weekend, i let you know what i catch,


Daniel

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#246045 - 22/11/2007 21:52 Re: fishing
Sailfish Offline
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Registered: 05/07/2007
Posts: 17
Loc: Liverpool

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#246046 - 11/01/2008 20:23 Re: fishing
DJ Willy Offline
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Registered: 14/03/2007
Posts: 100
Loc: Rockhampton
Hi guys well the weather finally came good last weekend so we went out to wide grounds and picked up a good feed, the Cobia went 35kg.



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#246047 - 09/10/2008 18:05 Re: fishing
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Registered: 13/01/2008
Posts: 583
Loc: Darumbal = Original people of ...
Anyone know when is the best time of year to target Spanish Mackerel out from Yeppoon?

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#246048 - 09/10/2008 23:47 Re: fishing
ColdFront Offline
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Registered: 29/06/2008
Posts: 19046
Loc: The Beach.
Winter inshore.You will get them offshore on the reef all year Darumbal. The trick inshore in winter is to be out amongst them before first light.
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#246049 - 09/10/2008 23:51 Re: fishing
ColdFront Offline
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Registered: 29/06/2008
Posts: 19046
Loc: The Beach.
35kg...is that all. that's not a cobia. This is a cobia 53kg laugh



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#246050 - 10/10/2008 08:28 Re: fishing
Jacci Offline
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Registered: 26/04/2008
Posts: 683
Loc: Top End, Storm Capital of Aus ...
That is a mosntor cobia! eek

I bet smoke almost came out of the drag when that thing ran!
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#246051 - 10/10/2008 14:47 Re: fishing
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Registered: 22/08/2007
Posts: 1703
Loc: Mooloolaba - Sunny Coast
What gear did u catch that on CF? Floater or Plastic?

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#246052 - 13/10/2008 17:58 Re: fishing
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Registered: 07/02/2007
Posts: 14286
Loc: Townsville Dry Tropics
1/2 stick of gellignite and a 5 millisecond det.

Took a mate of mine from Toowoomba to the barra farm in Townsville and between us we caught 34 barra in 58 minutes out of 5 different dams.
Most around the 2kg mark. Kept 2 and released the rest. Not bad for $16.50 each for an hour and 4 buckets of bait a $3.00 each. Last time I caught a wild bara was 1983 fishing for whitting.
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#246053 - 14/10/2008 18:44 Re: fishing
Shayne Offline
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Registered: 26/01/2006
Posts: 5816
Loc: Cedar Grove SEQ
geeze...im flat out catching a cold!!!

last friday night i managed half a Flathead (sharked...grrr) down at jacobs well...at least the mozzies got a feed!
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#246054 - 14/10/2008 20:58 Re: fishing
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Registered: 13/01/2008
Posts: 583
Loc: Darumbal = Original people of ...
I caught my first legal sized fish in 10yrs last week. Was with my usual fishing pal (Bender) in his Cruise Craft 580 Outsider, we did an overnighter in an area know as Joan's Patch about 6 NM NE of Perforated Island. We were drifting some live and dead baits over some good looking shows on the sounder when my line went off. I wound in a 78cm Shovelnosed Shark. We are still eating the beautiful white fillets from it tonight. Yum.

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#246055 - 28/11/2008 10:26 Re: fishing
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Registered: 28/02/2008
Posts: 425
Loc: Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada
2 Estuary Cod smile and a Cat Fish mad ... biggest bag ever laugh ... but no keepers frown

Caught a legal size muddy week before last... freshest muddy i ever ate laugh

... and you shoulda seen the one that got away wink

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#246056 - 28/11/2008 22:16 Re: fishing
ColdFront Offline
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Registered: 29/06/2008
Posts: 19046
Loc: The Beach.
The grunter are on the flats outside the creeks now after the rain. I did well on them a couple of weeks ago in the Mulgrave river.

Nice chewing too.
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