Cranka crabs - target species.

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Re: Cranka crabs - target species.

Postby allrounder_13 » Mon Apr 28, 2014 7:19 am

Drifta-X wrote:
Snapper Snatcher wrote:Those fish were most likely mulloway.

Or possibly (dare I say it). Some yellow tail royals?


They had the shape of mulloway but there colouring was quite dark for a mulloway.



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Re: Cranka crabs - target species.

Postby cobby » Mon Apr 28, 2014 9:28 am

Plenty of Jews in there. Quite a few are dark much like the bream. The marina was a creek that had a healthy bream population and often had Jews cruise through when it was open over extended periods

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Re: Cranka crabs - target species.

Postby allrounder_13 » Mon Apr 28, 2014 4:25 pm

cobby wrote:Plenty of Jews in there. Quite a few are dark much like the bream. The marina was a creek that had a healthy bream population and often had Jews cruise through when it was open over extended periods


Wow thats really interesting, has anyone here caught a jew there?

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Re: Cranka crabs - target species.

Postby DougieK » Mon Apr 28, 2014 4:31 pm

allrounder_13 wrote:
cobby wrote:Plenty of Jews in there. Quite a few are dark much like the bream. The marina was a creek that had a healthy bream population and often had Jews cruise through when it was open over extended periods


Wow thats really interesting, has anyone here caught a jew there?



Heard some reports while I was researching mulloway fishing in the south east, can't confirm any of the sources, but it would seem that it has happened.
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Re: Cranka crabs - target species.

Postby Snapper Snatcher » Mon Apr 28, 2014 4:48 pm

How was it fishing there? Apparently security are really strict.
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Re: Cranka crabs - target species.

Postby cobby » Mon Apr 28, 2014 5:09 pm

allrounder_13 wrote:
cobby wrote:Plenty of Jews in there. Quite a few are dark much like the bream. The marina was a creek that had a healthy bream population and often had Jews cruise through when it was open over extended periods


Wow thats really interesting, has anyone here caught a jew there?


Only before the creek was destroyed that I know of. I think security is to tight now



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Re: Cranka crabs - target species.

Postby DougieK » Mon Apr 28, 2014 6:06 pm

I'm pretty sure you can walk out onto the breakwall? Probably not a bad place to start I guess.
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Re: Cranka crabs - target species.

Postby Keegs » Wed Jun 06, 2018 6:51 am

Yeah probably mulloway, was in there targeting the bream and the misso picked up one, was under unfortunately at 55cm so were the bream for the day


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