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  1. Shark ID please

    I believe teeth are a pretty good way to separate dusky and bronzie. Dont ask me which way it goes. I'm sure over the years ive caught plenty of duskies and just assumed they were bronzies. Until about ten years ago i dont think i even knew dusky whalers existed
  2. South Sydney artificial reef

    It does take a little while for them to build up growth and really hold fish. I started to mark bait on the shoalhaven ones around 3 months after they hit the drink. Wasn't long after that they filmed them covered in tailor and Salmon
  3. Any Ideas on this Reef critter?

    Good looking little fella but i've no idea what it is
  4. Underfloor tank

    As others have mentioned the main issue with kill tanks in the floor is draining them. Perhaps you could use a removable plastic tub in there so when you get back to the ramp you can just lift it out to take to the cleaning table
  5. Glenbawn Trip

    I try and get to Glenbawn once a year in November and i still reckon it is the best fresh water fishery in NSW. It's a shame they arent putting as many Yellowbelly in there anymore however there are still enough there to keep you interested if you know where to look. If the cod had taken it would have been even better. The old man did find a metery floating last year when he went up
  6. Interesting One "Marbled Flathead"

    Its a marbeled. Normally caught in around the reef
  7. Callala beach tips

    Callala bay ramp is one of the most poorly designed i have had the misfortune of using. It is unusable for any boat over around 5.5 m to use on anything but high tide. The jetty itself is about 4 metres away from the ramp leaving a pointless gap and making docking and retrieval difficult for the inexperienced or those fishing alone. Had they taken the ramp out another 30ft it would still be 30ft short of where it needed to be. Two people with good reversing ability will get two trailers side by side down the ramp but the person on the eastern side just wont be able to get out of their car lol All in all quite the shamozzle
  8. What Are These? "Blackspot Goatfish"

    Something tells me you were fishing quite shallow when i spot that weedy leather jacket in the back ground
  9. Fish species?

    Looks like a white bait to me
  10. Callala beach tips

    There are tailor and salmon there but because there isnt much of a break there, they arent in huge numbers. You should also get mullet there. Interestingly there seems to be an increasing amount of sharks to be had so maybe a night fish with a couple of beers on the beach could lead to a bit of fun. If nothing else the banjo, shovelnose and angle rays should keep you entertained
  11. Murray Beach boat ramp at low tide

    Plenty of bigger boats launch there bud. Just be wary of leaving anything of value in your car as i believe its quite a hot spot for cars being broken into
  12. fitzroy falls reservoir

    I stopped in there about 3 weeks ago to give the baby a bottle and read a few of the signs. Appears you arent supposed to fish it without approval from some obscure fishing club on the out skirts of sydney. Anyone know anymore about that?
  13. Fishing goal this summer

    I wouldnt be too worried about making it to the FAD mate, more important to make it home
  14. Fishing goal this summer

    Ill have a crack at my first blue marlin when the water shows up around crookhaven heads
  15. Snelling circle hooks

    Agree with Rick on this one