williamstown ferg st pier 09/08/18

Williamstown, Altona, Point Cook, Werribee
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Re: williamstown ferg st pier 09/08/18

Postby Lightningx » Thu Aug 09, 2018 7:41 pm

sirsquidalot wrote:
Lightningx wrote:If you want action at this time of the year target salmons and squid :thumbsup:



i've been trying to track the salmons down on the piers but not getting much luck. should probably drive the extra 30 mins and hit the surf beaches. thanks for the heads up brother.

Which piers have you been trying mate? I have been consistently catching them for the past few months :) not every time I go but most times.



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Re: williamstown ferg st pier 09/08/18

Postby sirsquidalot » Thu Aug 09, 2018 8:00 pm

Lightningx wrote:
sirsquidalot wrote:
Lightningx wrote:If you want action at this time of the year target salmons and squid :thumbsup:



i've been trying to track the salmons down on the piers but not getting much luck. should probably drive the extra 30 mins and hit the surf beaches. thanks for the heads up brother.

Which piers have you been trying mate? I have been consistently catching them for the past few months :) not every time I go but most times.



I've been fishing the two piers in Williamstown, rockwall at Seaholme and the pier in Altona. Haven't made the mission over bayside yet thought. I was getting a bunch of juvenile kahawhai early in the winter around june but the last couple weeks have been pretty dry, must just be me TBH. I had been mainly fishing for flathead but didn't realise they went quiet midwinter. This is my first winter fishing salt water in Australia so just getting a feel for whats biting when you know. Thanks for the info mate.

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Re: williamstown ferg st pier 09/08/18

Postby Lightningx » Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:02 pm

sirsquidalot wrote:
Lightningx wrote:
sirsquidalot wrote:
Lightningx wrote:If you want action at this time of the year target salmons and squid :thumbsup:



i've been trying to track the salmons down on the piers but not getting much luck. should probably drive the extra 30 mins and hit the surf beaches. thanks for the heads up brother.

Which piers have you been trying mate? I have been consistently catching them for the past few months :) not every time I go but most times.



I've been fishing the two piers in Williamstown, rockwall at Seaholme and the pier in Altona. Haven't made the mission over bayside yet thought. I was getting a bunch of juvenile kahawhai early in the winter around june but the last couple weeks have been pretty dry, must just be me TBH. I had been mainly fishing for flathead but didn't realise they went quiet midwinter. This is my first winter fishing salt water in Australia so just getting a feel for whats biting when you know. Thanks for the info mate.

No worries mate. It’s all about learning.
As the weather starts to get warmer you will most likely encounter more species. Snapper/pinkies, flatties, king George whiting will all be in better numbers soon :thumbsup:


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