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Corio bay

Postby Dimsim » Thu Jul 20, 2017 9:19 am

anyone know of some good location recommendations for for fishing in Corio bay? Or if there's much action lately? Cheers fellas



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Re: Corio bay

Postby bowl » Thu Jul 20, 2017 9:40 am

Dimsim wrote:anyone know of some good location recommendations for for fishing in Corio bay? Or if there's much action lately? Cheers fellas
boat or land base?

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Re: Corio bay

Postby Dimsim » Thu Jul 20, 2017 9:57 am

Land based mate

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Re: Corio bay

Postby bowl » Thu Jul 20, 2017 10:18 am

Dimsim wrote:Land based mate

Hit n miss this year at St. Helens for me , lot of small flattys around dusk n odd small gummy
Big salmon when they turn up n small pinkys.

Seen a few gars caught but not a heap

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Re: Corio bay

Postby azkay » Thu Jul 20, 2017 10:38 am

Heaps of spots around Geelong. Vietnam Park/St Helens, Cunningham Pier, Geelong Waterfront, just to name a few. As for the recent action, Trelly's report covers that area pretty well, type it in google and it should give you some info of whats been around the last couple of weeks. From memory, salmon schools around Geelong Waterfront and some pinkies around. Both can be hit and miss this time of the year though..

Good Luck..

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Re: Corio bay

Postby bowl » Thu Jul 20, 2017 11:21 am

azkay wrote:Heaps of spots around Geelong. Vietnam Park/St Helens, Cunningham Pier, Geelong Waterfront, just to name a few. As for the recent action, Trelly's report covers that area pretty well, type it in google and it should give you some info of whats been around the last couple of weeks. From memory, salmon schools around Geelong Waterfront and some pinkies around. Both can be hit and miss this time of the year though..

Good Luck..

Edit: Beat me to it Bowl :)

All good ,I have waiting for weather to warm up so I can hit surf beach on bellarine , my mate got a mixed bag of trevally,salmon,kgw n small gummy in one session,early this year.



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Re: Corio bay

Postby Dimsim » Thu Jul 20, 2017 12:21 pm

Ah cheers for the input fellas, Trellys website was very helpful which also mentioned that salmon are all along the bay so hopefully will get out there this week and try land a few

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Re: Corio bay

Postby azkay » Thu Jul 20, 2017 12:25 pm

bowl wrote:
azkay wrote:Heaps of spots around Geelong. Vietnam Park/St Helens, Cunningham Pier, Geelong Waterfront, just to name a few. As for the recent action, Trelly's report covers that area pretty well, type it in google and it should give you some info of whats been around the last couple of weeks. From memory, salmon schools around Geelong Waterfront and some pinkies around. Both can be hit and miss this time of the year though..

Good Luck..

Edit: Beat me to it Bowl :)

All good ,I have waiting for weather to warm up so I can hit surf beach on bellarine , my mate got a mixed bag of trevally,salmon,kgw n small gummy in one session,early this year.


I do know the surf either side of Lorne is producing Salmon. Last week the guys did really well at Golden Beach on the Salmon/Tailor as well, worth looking at..
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Re: Corio bay

Postby adamk » Sat Aug 05, 2017 2:29 pm

there is a pier just down from st helens that use to be not bad but its shallow as f for most of it but use to get the odd snapper/gum/mullet, trev from. my cousin use to live in lunan ave. so use to get pizza from kadian cafe a slab get messed up an go fish from there


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