Voilet/Red Foil Yamashita Squid Jig

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Re: Voilet/Red Foil Yamashita Squid Jig

Post by Sebb » Wed Mar 24, 2021 5:18 pm

Andrews wrote:
Wed Mar 24, 2021 5:07 pm

Monday was water was quite heavy with sediment with around a 1m visibility, the rain hasn't made too much of a difference the greatest contributing factor has been the strong East winds. Wednesday is a S wind, Thursday the winds are turning a sheltered W and should begin cleaning up. Friday low winds from the W turning E, before turning W Saturday Morning. Water should be pretty clean due to the W/SW winds by the weekend. I'll be heading out before the weekend either tomorrow, or Friday, will keep you posted.
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Re: Voilet/Red Foil Yamashita Squid Jig

Post by Andrews » Fri Mar 26, 2021 4:39 pm

Sebb wrote:
Wed Mar 24, 2021 5:18 pm
Andrews wrote:
Wed Mar 24, 2021 5:07 pm

Monday was water was quite heavy with sediment with around a 1m visibility, the rain hasn't made too much of a difference the greatest contributing factor has been the strong East winds. Wednesday is a S wind, Thursday the winds are turning a sheltered W and should begin cleaning up. Friday low winds from the W turning E, before turning W Saturday Morning. Water should be pretty clean due to the W/SW winds by the weekend. I'll be heading out before the weekend either tomorrow, or Friday, will keep you posted.
Thanks, much appreciated
👍
Quick update for the weekend!
As of yesterday evening 25/3/2021 the clarity was right up, easily a 10m+ visibility. The squid fired up in decent numbers (caught 2, saw another 3 caught) with some larger (~30cm)and smaller models (~20cm).

West winds Thursday leading into Friday has kept the clarity clear, the weekend being no exception. West winds are sheltered and should produce very enjoyable fishing. The squid were a little slow, before a smaller group of squid moved in right out from the second free-standing wood pylon on the wood. I caught a larger one second cast, then a smaller one later in the evening. They are out far right now, and a slow retrieve is working best. A jig with a rainbow foil style has been most productive, winner jigs last night where a friends dark green (rainbow foil) and my orange rainbow foil.

Overcast W wind morning tomorrow by the look of it with full sun early afternoon. Run in tide, should be pretty nice. Keen to get out.
Amateur EGI Fisherman / Check out the Instagram and my amateur squid photography below.
https://www.instagram.com/fishingandrew/?hl=en

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Re: Voilet/Red Foil Yamashita Squid Jig

Post by Sebb » Fri Mar 26, 2021 6:42 pm

Thanks for the report, much appreciated.
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