2014 Snapper reports

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Re: 2014 Snapper reports

Postby bowl » Fri Oct 10, 2014 9:30 pm

Mikii_v wrote:Was out yesterday 4-9pm

Every man and his dog was in front of willy time ball tower just outside of the channel.

A fair bit of undersized pinkies around. I stayed abit after dark as high tide was at around 9. Every other boat left on sun set. At the time of tide change, I got a 33cm and 32 pinkie. Released to grow bigger.

I did see the boat next to me managed a very good size snapper, apart from that, didn't see any other action.

Any1 here been following these crowds? every1 was in front of princess pier last week.

Hey I fished there today, I think



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2014 Snapper reports

Postby docta » Sat Oct 11, 2014 6:27 pm

WP going off at the moment. Snapper in full swing. Landed 4 Thursday and dropped 4. All within 3 hours.
Had a PB snap at the boat and the hook snapped. Never using gama again!
All between 58-65cm
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Re: 2014 Snapper reports

Postby Master-pro » Sat Oct 11, 2014 7:17 pm

What area of wp docta? Shame about the snapped hook


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Re: 2014 Snapper reports

Postby docta » Sat Oct 11, 2014 7:19 pm

Around the spit mate
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Re: 2014 Snapper reports

Postby aussie_fisho » Sat Oct 11, 2014 8:43 pm

Fished WP today, as well. Unfortunately didn't get as much action as docta. Dropped one around Hastings,and picked up one around 3kg straight out from stony point. Seen a few caught around Hastings and heard they were going off around corinella.
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2014 Snapper reports

Postby kaotay » Tue Oct 14, 2014 3:55 pm

Windy as on the Yarra today, but was rewarded with the sound of line peeling off the drag and a short fight later, a decent pinky
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This was caught at low tide on pilchard.



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Re: 2014 Snapper reports

Postby Mikii_v » Fri Oct 17, 2014 2:41 pm

Very nice fish kaotay


Any1 headed out today or will be heading out?

Il be launching altona at 6pm, gona be chockers

Fishing in close, I'm guessing millers rd or willy footy grounds.

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Postby bowl » Fri Oct 17, 2014 3:16 pm

Mikii_v wrote:Very nice fish kaotay


Any1 headed out today or will be heading out?

Il be launching altona at 6pm, gona be chockers

Fishing in close, I'm guessing millers rd or willy footy grounds.

If you have no luck go past the football ground n fish just past the car park's n fish front of the light blue container

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Re: 2014 Snapper reports

Postby jim46 » Mon Oct 27, 2014 10:09 pm

Nice fish guys: where did you catch them, what time was it, what bait did you use, were there stars in the sky, were you wearing red jocks! Lol just kidding! Ive read that so many times, people who love to fish just do it and listen and learn and persist i hate it when people ask a million questions! Go and do the hard yards like the rest of us.......

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Re: 2014 Snapper reports

Postby Joker91 » Wed Nov 12, 2014 7:35 pm

great report peopel.... as happy as i am for every one i think im hitting that stage were i might have to jump in the water to catch me one hahaha



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