heading to Squeeky beach saturday

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heading to Squeeky beach saturday

Postby adamk » Wed Feb 07, 2018 1:52 pm

just looking for any info/tips for fishing Squeeky beach
as ill prolly be taking 3x 12ft rods as me an the wife an housemate an ex housemates are making the trip there going to swim an me i'd rather fish



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Re: heading to Squeeky beach saturday

Postby bilby » Thu Feb 08, 2018 9:15 am

I caught a nice salmon down there in winter last year - it was delicious filleted into thin slices and cooked with lemon back at the Tidal River camp site. I think sometimes Squeaky Beach can can fish well, but it isn't the same as the long gutter beaches further east or west, so the fish tend to come and go. If you don't have any luck on the sand, there are some pretty accessible rock ledges at the east end of the beach for lure casting. Obviously keep a close eye on the wave action and don't fish there in a big south westerly blow (which is often).

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Re: heading to Squeeky beach saturday

Postby adamk » Thu Feb 08, 2018 10:59 am

bilby wrote:I caught a nice salmon down there in winter last year - it was delicious filleted into thin slices and cooked with lemon back at the Tidal River camp site. I think sometimes Squeaky Beach can can fish well, but it isn't the same as the long gutter beaches further east or west, so the fish tend to come and go. If you don't have any luck on the sand, there are some pretty accessible rock ledges at the east end of the beach for lure casting. Obviously keep a close eye on the wave action and don't fish there in a big south westerly blow (which is often).


Thank you for the info


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