Fishing day Sat 10th

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Re: Fishing day Sat 10th

Postby STriplett1997 » Thu Mar 08, 2018 9:50 pm

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Was out quail way last Saturday arvo for a donut and jellies were everywhere, some big boys too. One ended up running into my line, not that it did anything but excite me think I had some what of a bite.. :down: hopefully they’ve gone.



can always get the squiddles at quail mate, she'll be right :cheers: , tends to be a lot of jellies on the big tides


Haha shows how much I know of the area, don’t even try for them. Chucked out a small bait hoping for something small like whiting or something and a gummy bait out. Was a great day for it, that’s until the wind went to gale earlier then forecasted. Was fun trying to pull the anchor in while waves crash over the front of the boat, and tryna putt a 20hp boat back to the pier down the channel.


hahahah, **** i hate pulling anchors up in strong current and wind, one day ill get myself an electric anchor winch


You and me both mate.
But isnt that what your deckie is for lol


I usually fish solo most of the time, seem to prefer it that way. I also don’t have too many mates that keen on fishing, should probably try tee up with a few more people on here



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Re: Fishing day Sat 10th

Postby crumpet_avenger » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:50 am

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hahahah, **** i hate pulling anchors up in strong current and wind, one day ill get myself an electric anchor winch


Best thing I ever got for the boat. No more waking up sore the next day from lots of moves. Looks like a good mornen for it. Good luck

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Re: Fishing day Sat 10th

Postby Mattblack » Fri Mar 09, 2018 7:17 am

crumpet_avenger wrote:
STriplett1997 wrote:
A-a-ron wrote:
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hahahah, **** i hate pulling anchors up in strong current and wind, one day ill get myself an electric anchor winch


Best thing I ever got for the boat. No more waking up sore the next day from lots of moves. Looks like a good mornen for it. Good luck


Safer too, there was a guy who got caught up in his anchor rope and drowned last year....that's the stuff of nightmares. (http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northern- ... ecc7bb526f)

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Re: Fishing day Sat 10th

Postby smile0784 » Fri Mar 09, 2018 7:48 am

STriplett1997 wrote:
smile0784 wrote:
STriplett1997 wrote:
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can always get the squiddles at quail mate, she'll be right :cheers: , tends to be a lot of jellies on the big tides


Haha shows how much I know of the area, don’t even try for them. Chucked out a small bait hoping for something small like whiting or something and a gummy bait out. Was a great day for it, that’s until the wind went to gale earlier then forecasted. Was fun trying to pull the anchor in while waves crash over the front of the boat, and tryna putt a 20hp boat back to the pier down the channel.


hahahah, **** i hate pulling anchors up in strong current and wind, one day ill get myself an electric anchor winch


You and me both mate.
But isnt that what your deckie is for lol


I usually fish solo most of the time, seem to prefer it that way. I also don’t have too many mates that keen on fishing, should probably try tee up with a few more people on here


I didnt have too many mates either that like fishing.
A few years back i started putting up deckie spots on here and found some good mates.
I have a few regulars about 6 or so that come out all the time depending on which day it is and some we are good mates and chat off the forum.
I have come accross a few that come out that but heads with for what ever reason and they just dont get a second invite

Once you find some good blokes just keep asking them out and you have a ball lol

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Re: Fishing day Sat 10th

Postby smile0784 » Fri Mar 09, 2018 7:50 am

Mattblack wrote:
crumpet_avenger wrote:
STriplett1997 wrote:
A-a-ron wrote:
STriplett1997 wrote:


Best thing I ever got for the boat. No more waking up sore the next day from lots of moves. Looks like a good mornen for it. Good luck


Safer too, there was a guy who got caught up in his anchor rope and drowned last year....that's the stuff of nightmares. (http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northern- ... ecc7bb526f)


Thats tragic but stuff like that happens sometimes so best to fish with someone

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Re: Fishing day Sat 10th

Postby purple5ive » Fri Mar 09, 2018 8:16 am

smile0784 wrote:
STriplett1997 wrote:
A-a-ron wrote:
STriplett1997 wrote:
A-a-ron wrote:
Was out quail way last Saturday arvo for a donut and jellies were everywhere, some big boys too. One ended up running into my line, not that it did anything but excite me think I had some what of a bite.. :down: hopefully they’ve gone.



can always get the squiddles at quail mate, she'll be right :cheers: , tends to be a lot of jellies on the big tides


Haha shows how much I know of the area, don’t even try for them. Chucked out a small bait hoping for something small like whiting or something and a gummy bait out. Was a great day for it, that’s until the wind went to gale earlier then forecasted. Was fun trying to pull the anchor in while waves crash over the front of the boat, and tryna putt a 20hp boat back to the pier down the channel.


hahahah, **** i hate pulling anchors up in strong current and wind, one day ill get myself an electric anchor winch


You and me both mate.
But isnt that what your deckie is for lol


HAHAHA im the worst for that sorta sh*t, almost fell in trying to lift the anchor in phils boat.
thank god i have an electric with spot lock that i can use for an anchor.
wont be usefull in WPB but perfect in PPB.
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Re: Fishing day Sat 10th

Postby Crazyasian6 » Fri Mar 09, 2018 8:56 am

A-a-ron wrote:
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smile0784 wrote:Where abouts you heading out?


Just going for a lazy day squidding, will drift a few of my spots on Quail and then bottom of tyabb bank too. Depending how I go, might give it a go for a grey or red one we’ll see


Was out quail way last Saturday arvo for a donut and jellies were everywhere, some big boys too. One ended up running into my line, not that it did anything but excite me think I had some what of a bite.. :down: hopefully they’ve gone.


Being a beginner , was told any southerly wind is no good fishing at Westernport or tyabb banks? If it is true, at what knot of wind would people avoid going out?
Thanks

can always get the squiddles at quail mate, she'll be right :cheers: , tends to be a lot of jellies on the big tides


Haha shows how much I know of the area, don’t even try for them. Chucked out a small bait hoping for something small like whiting or something and a gummy bait out. Was a great day for it, that’s until the wind went to gale earlier then forecasted. Was fun trying to pull the anchor in while waves crash over the front of the boat, and tryna putt a 20hp boat back to the pier down the channel.

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Re: Fishing day Sat 10th

Postby Crazyasian6 » Fri Mar 09, 2018 8:58 am

Sorry meant to be a new reply re the direction and strength of wind to avoid of going out to Westernport

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Re: Fishing day Sat 10th

Postby smile0784 » Fri Mar 09, 2018 9:16 am

purple5ive wrote:
smile0784 wrote:
STriplett1997 wrote:
A-a-ron wrote:
STriplett1997 wrote:

can always get the squiddles at quail mate, she'll be right :cheers: , tends to be a lot of jellies on the big tides


Haha shows how much I know of the area, don’t even try for them. Chucked out a small bait hoping for something small like whiting or something and a gummy bait out. Was a great day for it, that’s until the wind went to gale earlier then forecasted. Was fun trying to pull the anchor in while waves crash over the front of the boat, and tryna putt a 20hp boat back to the pier down the channel.


hahahah, **** i hate pulling anchors up in strong current and wind, one day ill get myself an electric anchor winch


You and me both mate.
But isnt that what your deckie is for lol


HAHAHA im the worst for that sorta sh*t, almost fell in trying to lift the anchor in phils boat.
thank god i have an electric with spot lock that i can use for an anchor.
wont be usefull in WPB but perfect in PPB.


Thats cheating mate lol

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Re: Fishing day Sat 10th

Postby Scraglor » Fri Mar 09, 2018 8:14 pm

Haha, honestly, I love my anchor winch, chopped up to 40 kts the other day and had a 8km trip back home. Was well worth having the kit



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