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Broken Bay report without piccies

Discussion in 'Saltwater Fishing' started by reelaxation, Jun 11, 2019.

  1. reelaxation

    reelaxation Well-Known Member

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    Went down the local beach yesterday arvo amidst the unseasonal winter weather - which was glorious!

    Started off drowning some worms and got a nice 'ting first cast- then I dropped a honker only feet from me! (spewing)
    It was complete mayhem- as soon as I cast out I was getting bites but no hookups- the bait was gone within seconds of it hitting the water.
    In between this I did manage a double header on Tarwhine, which was particularly special as I dont regularly see these around my local and pulled some string considering the biggest was around 30cm and the smaller one about 22cm.

    After running a bit low on worms I switched to mullet but it went just as quick so I figured there was just too many pickers!

    After a little while I managed to nail 2 Bream around the 25cm mark and 2 more tarwhine with no more 'ting and no Taylor/flatties.
    Just after the sun set it slowed considerably and I was down to my last worm- which I managed to get another bream and another tarwhine in consecutive casts.

    Ended up with 6 Tarwhine, 2 Bream and the lone 'ting for the session and back home around 6:30pm in time to wind down and relax before back to work.

    Cannot wait till next weekend get to do it all again! YYYEEEWWW!!!... Hopefully the Salmon and Taylor make an appearance as its been a while.

    Tight lines ya'all

    Anthony
    :)
     
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  2. creekboy

    creekboy Well-Known Member

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    Well done Anthony. Good luck on the next outing. Cheers, Lyall.
     
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  3. blair

    blair Well-Known Member

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    thanks for report Anthony always nice to catch a good whiting.
     
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  4. diesel

    diesel Well-Known Member

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    How's this for a whiting? 58 cm KG.

    I don't know who the fat geezer in the pic is, but that's one hell of a good fish.

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    I have seen a few 55 cm KG's, but never one that big.

    Jeff
     
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  5. blair

    blair Well-Known Member

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    his mate looks like he is really enjoying his beer!
     
  6. diesel

    diesel Well-Known Member

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    Yes he does, but he could be drowning his sorrows because he wasn't the one who caught it.

    Jeff
     
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  7. creekboy

    creekboy Well-Known Member

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    Most likely reason, Jeff. Cheers, Lyall.
     
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