Black Rock this morning

Black Rock, Beaumaris, Half Moon Bay, Mordialloc, Parkdale
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Re: Black Rock this morning

Postby Hosery » Mon Feb 19, 2018 7:45 pm

wem21 wrote:
Hosery wrote:No good on missing a good fish. But better than hooking nothing. Hmm hook snapped in half. Sounds like dodgy hooks or not strong enough for the job. I only buy quality hooks so that heart ache doesn’t happen. What hooks were you using.

Gamakatsu 2/0 hooks


No good I would of said your line would brake before a gama even only being a 2/0 if it was light gauge. Never has a issue with a gama also like black magic hooks also. Up the hook size a little I’d say depending on live bait size though. Hopefully next time you can land a ripper fish.



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Re: Black Rock this morning

Postby wem21 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:08 pm

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wem21 wrote:
Hosery wrote:No good on missing a good fish. But better than hooking nothing. Hmm hook snapped in half. Sounds like dodgy hooks or not strong enough for the job. I only buy quality hooks so that heart ache doesn’t happen. What hooks were you using.

Gamakatsu 2/0 hooks


your Gamas snapped.....? now thats something i havent heard of before. Always been strong and reliable for me. the only brand i use. Maybe because 2/0 and light guage

Tried bending a few just now, and they wouldnt budge. Probably a bad batch?

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Re: Black Rock this morning

Postby wem21 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:13 pm

PhilN wrote:If I were you, I would be going same spot same time for the next few days (with better gear). Some things are more important than school

Hahaha
Im sure dad will be wiling to go down here after school for the next few days

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Re: Black Rock this morning

Postby wem21 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:15 pm

STriplett1997 wrote:By your description, and using a livie it could only have been two things. A Kingfish or a Mulloway... Mulloway sounds more unlikely, but i've seen them caught at Lagoon Pier before so you never know i guess...
You can purchase quality gear without breaking the bank too much. Wouldn't ever try target fish along the lines of those without solid gear that would get the job done, especially not cheap hooks!

I think it would be too far from freshwater for mulloway...
Kingy is pretty unlikely this far from bass strait

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Re: Black Rock this morning

Postby bowl » Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:18 pm

wem21 wrote:
STriplett1997 wrote:By your description, and using a livie it could only have been two things. A Kingfish or a Mulloway... Mulloway sounds more unlikely, but i've seen them caught at Lagoon Pier before so you never know i guess...
You can purchase quality gear without breaking the bank too much. Wouldn't ever try target fish along the lines of those without solid gear that would get the job done, especially not cheap hooks!

I think it would be too far from freshwater for mulloway...
Kingy is pretty unlikely this far from bass strait

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Re: Black Rock this morning

Postby Lightningx » Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:27 pm

wem21 wrote:
STriplett1997 wrote:By your description, and using a livie it could only have been two things. A Kingfish or a Mulloway... Mulloway sounds more unlikely, but i've seen them caught at Lagoon Pier before so you never know i guess...
You can purchase quality gear without breaking the bank too much. Wouldn't ever try target fish along the lines of those without solid gear that would get the job done, especially not cheap hooks!

I think it would be too far from freshwater for mulloway...
Kingy is pretty unlikely this far from bass strait

Not really mate. I’ve seen small kings chasing gars at the back of my mates boat once around that area...



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Re: Black Rock this morning

Postby purple5ive » Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:34 pm

Well done mate. Better than going to uni.
What a shame you couldn't land it.
Im thinking it was a mulloway. Kingfish you might have atleast seen the olive tinge. Jewies eyes do light up nice and red too. And they have a nice silvery purple sheen on them
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Re: Black Rock this morning

Postby wem21 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:38 pm

purple5ive wrote:Well done mate. Better than going to uni.
What a shame you couldn't land it.
Im thinking it was a mulloway. Kingfish you might have atleast seen the olive tinge. Jewies eyes do light up nice and red too. And they have a nice silvery purple sheen on them

Haha not uni, but nice guess. Higschool would be a better one.

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Re: Black Rock this morning

Postby bilby » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:03 pm

There was a video doing the rounds a couple of years back of a school of large kingfish around the Rye jetty. I don't see why they wouldn't be hunting schools of baitfish around Blackrock / Cerberus wreck area.

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Re: Black Rock this morning

Postby wem21 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:27 pm

You learn something new every day!



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