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- Tue Oct 15, 2019 2:55 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Yarra River dredging may cloud bayside
- Replies: 7
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There was a very noticeable drop in flathead catches after the dredging. For a few years I hardly saw any flathead catches off the piers when it used to be impossible to avoid them in the past. It's finally getting better every year and now we're going to do it all over again... 95% is obviously an ...
Needs a column for moonrise and moonset. We've been playing with the idea of moonrise for squid recently, would be an interesting variable to also consider. Personal experience, the calamari always go off when the moon rises. Moon phase matters less, people say full moon is bad but my best session ...
- Tue Oct 08, 2019 5:57 pm
- Forum: Whiting Fishing
- Topic: Locating schools of whiting and when to burley?
- Replies: 7
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I just anchor and burley. If they dont come in 20mins then move a bit and repeat. Usually go to similar spots, but if I could I would just follow denis instead haha
Thanks starranger this is what i was looking for! I think I've been doing a few things wrong so far. I'm going to try more hook exposure and always pointing the hook towards the head. Also going to try that threading thing where you push the hook all the way through and keep the bait secure with the...
Been doing this since last year, haven't caught any good snapper yet like this. I've tried hooking through the lips before too, but i find it gets eaten too often without the rod going off
I've always wondered what is the best way to rig up a live, small tommy rough targeting snapper in PPB. I usually put a 4/0 circle through the back just behind the head but all that ever happens is the rod will buckle hard but no hookup. Sometimes the tommy will just get eaten with no obvious hit. I...