Hey mate, Try Williamstown beach the rock groyne that sticks out, cast in towards were people swim (go in the late evening in to the night around the high tide) but don't cast far like 20meters is enough or straite out is fine as well just try get it to land on a sand patch. Another option is Between stkilda marina and kerferd rd pier there is a small concrete jetty you'll get whiting from there as well, and I here Brighton marina gets them occasionally as well, or even park dale between black rock and mordialloc pier is worth a shot, just fish of the beach. Good luck buddy!azaita wrote:Well done buddy. I wish there were some landbased in the area as they look fun to catch.
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I have launched from there as well but never really tried just outside of the marina... Might give it a go.Fishydave wrote:I tried kerferd Rd the other day, just off the isolation marker, and only got attacked by undersized pinkies. I'm out of St Kilda marina. I have tried Brighton - North rd but no luck
they were probably sitting at the edge of the weedbed and you werent, only guessing hereFishydave wrote:Went fishing off St Kilda yesterday for whiting, didn't turn a reel or loose a bait! Yet the boat 20 meters away pulled in half a dozen whiting.
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Can you get squid there as well?Fishydave wrote:Went fishing off St Kilda yesterday for whiting, didn't turn a reel or loose a bait! Yet the boat 20 meters away pulled in half a dozen whiting.