Kayak and gummy shark

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Kayak and gummy shark

Postby Toady king » Sun Jun 04, 2017 3:02 pm

Hello all,
I've got myself a kayak that I've used a bit and im really keen on cstching gummy shark. My only problem in I don't have a fish finder on it yet. So im just wondering if there are any spots around that I can get to without a fish finder? Im not asking for your secrets spots or anything like that, just some where I have a chance of catching one.
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Re: Kayak and gummy shark

Postby laneends » Sun Jun 04, 2017 6:54 pm

Lang Lang or Grantville over flood tide fish over flats, doesn't have to be deep, no structure to speak of if you aren't heading out to channels. Use a anchor on rope if you like to test depth. anchor up in 2-3m say 500m out. Just make sure you are back in before tide drops below about 1.1m, or you will have a long wait.

Tide flow is not to fast on flats, especially at Grantville.

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Re: Kayak and gummy shark

Postby FishnMiss » Sun Jun 04, 2017 7:51 pm

Yep what he said.
I got a couple nice Gummy' s yest morn that side.
Make sure you got lights too if you're in the dark.
The anchor if only in 2m deep there only needs to be a 1.5kg grapnel with a short piece of 10mm gal chain. Oh & make it with safety release in case you snag it on weeds or rocks, but I doubt you'll have those probs in those 2 areas. Also try head out with other yakkers to get more experience & for safety. You need 1m of water to get back at both LL & Gville.
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Re: Kayak and gummy shark

Postby Toady king » Sun Jun 04, 2017 8:02 pm

FishnMiss wrote:.


I would definitely go out with others but I don't know anyone that has a kayak sadly. There hsrd to find other yakkers haha

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Re: Kayak and gummy shark

Postby Toady king » Sun Jun 04, 2017 8:03 pm

laneends wrote:.

Thanks for the advice ! :-)

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Re: Kayak and gummy shark

Postby mazman » Sun Jun 04, 2017 8:21 pm

Toady king wrote:
FishnMiss wrote:.


I would definitely go out with others but I don't know anyone that has a kayak sadly. There hsrd to find other yakkers haha

jump on vyak, plenty of people who yak the aforementioned area on there
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Re: Kayak and gummy shark

Postby rb85 » Sun Jun 04, 2017 8:28 pm

Western Entrance.

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Re: Kayak and gummy shark

Postby FishnMiss » Sun Jun 04, 2017 8:45 pm

As Maz said www.vyak.net
Also pm Cheaterparts on here, he's a top bloke & 4 Litres too :-)
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