Kingfish

Yellowtail Kingfish (Scientific name - Seriola lalandi), Kingys, Kings, Hoodlums, Bandits or "Rat Kings" are a strong, exciting gamefish that strike savagely at a wide range of lures, live baits and dead or cut fish fillets. Victorian Yellowtail Kingfish reports right here.
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Re: Kingfish

Postby bowl » Thu Nov 15, 2018 10:14 am

purple5ive wrote:
bowl wrote:Was also rat King off st Leonard's pier this week.


did anyone land any?

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Re: Kingfish

Postby barra mick » Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:10 pm

purple5ive wrote:
barra mick wrote:
Brett wrote:
Mattblack wrote:are you starting Kingfish rumours so people crowd the rip and stop fishing your snapper marks? :-D



Hahaha they're around, the youngbloke hooked one at Mornington about 2 1/2 weeks ago, there was also a video posted later that week on facebook of a school cruising around the boat ramp area at Mornington.


Yes ..its great to see more in the bay.there has been a few caught off mornington in the last few weeks.


were the morno ones good sized mick, or atleast legals? mission this year is to land a legal one by any means


Yes they were pretty nice size for what we get here.

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Re: Kingfish

Postby purple5ive » Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:14 pm

barra mick wrote:
purple5ive wrote:
barra mick wrote:
Brett wrote:
Mattblack wrote:are you starting Kingfish rumours so people crowd the rip and stop fishing your snapper marks? :-D



Hahaha they're around, the youngbloke hooked one at Mornington about 2 1/2 weeks ago, there was also a video posted later that week on facebook of a school cruising around the boat ramp area at Mornington.


Yes ..its great to see more in the bay.there has been a few caught off mornington in the last few weeks.


were the morno ones good sized mick, or atleast legals? mission this year is to land a legal one by any means


Yes they were pretty nice size for what we get here.


Thanks mate, Appreciate it.
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Re: Kingfish

Postby Duffman » Fri Nov 16, 2018 1:32 pm

purple5ive wrote:
ducky wrote:The fastest way I’ve found on the phone is to open the pic on your phone. Make it full screen. Then screen cap it. And post the screen cap.


That doesn't work for me, its still too big.


SMS it to yourself and the phone will automatically make it smaller. Then post the 1 in your sent message.

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Re: Kingfish

Postby purple5ive » Fri Nov 16, 2018 1:45 pm

Duffman wrote:
purple5ive wrote:
ducky wrote:The fastest way I’ve found on the phone is to open the pic on your phone. Make it full screen. Then screen cap it. And post the screen cap.


That doesn't work for me, its still too big.


SMS it to yourself and the phone will automatically make it smaller. Then post the 1 in your sent message.


Thanks ill try that next time
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