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- Fri Oct 11, 2019 7:18 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Wind from the East fish the least, wind from the West fish the best!
- Replies: 18
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Fishing in saltwater I have never really noticed any obvious difference in how good the fishing in regards to wind direction. However, in freshwater; especially in lakes, I have noticed a huge difference in fishing and very often when the wind blows from the east or north the fishing can be very slo...
- Fri Oct 04, 2019 3:57 pm
- Forum: Northern Victoria Fishing Reports
- Topic: Eildon 27-6-19
- Replies: 7
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Recently me and dad had a trip up to Eildon with fishing and hunting being the main agenda. We launched at Jerusalem creek and made our way towards the big river arm. It wasn’t too busy so we were spoilt for choice for a place to camp, once we were set up we wasted no time getting into the action, d...
- Mon Apr 29, 2019 6:04 pm
- Forum: Black Rock to Mordialloc
- Topic: Black Rock Pier
- Replies: 8
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Yesterday at 7 I headed down to Black Rock pier with my dad, I wasn’t expecting much and was questioning whether or not it would be possible to fish due to the rough conditions. I used squid for bait on a paternoster rig and at first I caught a few small pinkies, but eventually I managed a whiting o...
- Mon Jan 28, 2019 6:22 pm
- Forum: Marine Electronics
- Topic: Lowrance Hook 2 4 X Sonar Troubles
- Replies: 10
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I used my Lawrence hook 2 on kananook creek today in my kayak, sounded up some fish after a little while and decided pull up and have a fish. I used a piece of raw chicken and after about ten minutes I got a nice sized bream along with some others later on, I definitely have confidence in this sound...
- Wed Jan 23, 2019 8:29 pm
- Forum: Off Topic Forum
- Topic: DIARY OF A POM IN MILDURA
- Replies: 9
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I came from Ireland in September 2014 and I thought it was hot then, when Summer arrived I was absolutely shocked. In Ireland three 20 degree days in a row was a heat wave, over here it’s considered cold.
- Sat Jan 19, 2019 10:10 pm
- Forum: Gippsland Fishing Reports
- Topic: Eels and the Japanese tourist.
- Replies: 7
- Views: 920
There won’t be much left of it once they have finished with it, no eyeballs, no skin, nothing. It certainly won’t go to waste. Great catch anyway must have been fun to get him in. Eels can swim backwards which means the fight pretty hard, and they can be buggers to handle as their slime is like snot...
A few months ago I speared a pretty big flounder near Seaford pier there is also usually flathead as well. I have noticed heaps of small flounder which means there are bigger ones about. There are also lots of garfish so it’s worth bringing a net.