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  1. Try the Tuncurry side of the bridge ( lake side ) 1hr either side of the high tide , there is a good deep hole that the flatties hang out in , chopper tailor are there as well most times ( ocean side ) but a good cast out to the 2nd pylon is needed good luck
  2. Nice work Krispy the "flickinlures" boat is hooked up as we speak and will be heading out in the morning we will definately try the "sink to the bottom" method with the metals , thanks for the report , hopefully a little video with some action tmoro night cheers , Mark
  3. great video mate , gotta get me one of those drones
  4. Another Friday arvo plastics session on the bay turned out to be a little quiet but i was desperate to try out my new little Shimano symetre 1000 on the end of a 7'2" Steve Starling camo flick stick, it was around an hour into a hundred or so casts when this 64cm specimen jumped on my 4" Gulp pumpkinseed worm , this drop in size from my normal 2500 shimano was so much better as the light weight combo enable me to pick up every little hit and it had more than enough grunt to land this fish.Also picked up 3 nice trevally around 35cm , then tried one of my other little spots only to be shutdown by 10-15 dolphins, it was a good end to a top day again on Botany Bay https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QL5fPVZjNY8
  5. Nice Trevally mate that's my PB right there 48cm , don't care what anyone says they are one of the best fighting fish and nice eating well done.Check out one of my best fights on light gear iv'e had , little water on the lense but the whole fight is there cheers Mark https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLdlWLAVlZg
  6. great stuff Kel , where's the video,pics action like this needs to be seen by the masses mate
  7. thanks again fellas ,my offsider was the fisherman on this occasion as i had to grab the GOPRO quick because i thought it was about to let go, hey i like the 3D idea will put some thought to it lol cheers Mark
  8. Having a little fun with the new imovie program , but she was a beauty of a squid tx fellas
  9. Hey Raiders, Been in the dry dock for a while , but managed to get out last week for a fish and put my fishing buddy on them yet again and got him across the line in 1st place in our local fishing club comp , unfortunately this big puppy didn't qualify but it sure did shock us both when he dragged it up on an 1/8" jig head towing our favourite 4" pumpkinseed worm , ah Normo youv'e done it again https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OsCvbTNIto
  10. Hey mate i use size: 1/6 or 1/8 ( i think the measurement is ounces ) mostly when i fish the bay in around 3-4 mtrs if i go any deeper ( no more than 5mtrs ) i would go up a size to 1/4 on a good strong owner hook , i rarely go deeper than the 5mtr mark when flickin the plastics as i find that area between 3-4mtrs is the best over the weed and sand , use the wind at your back and wait till the line goes slack between 10 - 15 secs .We did try a few different Gulp soft plastics but the only successful ones i find are the worms that have that wriggly tail cheers Mark
  11. Thanks fellas my mates are starting to call me speilberg lol Hey Daniel i think i replied to your post about your daughters whiting it got my best by 4 cm and i thought i had a little soapie on the end of the line so hers was huge, but my mate did most of the damage on saturday due to my filming duties that's my excuse anyway
  12. Took my co pilot out for a session on Saturday with all the good intentions of getting a Kingy got some fresh dead squid from the bait shop and headed out around 6.30am as we rounded the corner out of the Cooks River entrance we noticed around 3 separate schools of chopper tailor busting up so we had a little fun with those for 30 mins or so then made our way to Molinuex Pt and soaked the squid for an hour or so .We were soon bored by absolutely no action and went back to what we know best flickinlures.I had never really bothered fishing out in the middle with the plastics but we soon discovered a 300mtr drift in around 3-4 mtrs over weedy sea grass ground broken up by some nice sand patches that produced a mixed bag of Bream,Trevally,Flathead and a nice 36cm whiting.The pumpkinseed 4" worm did the damage yet again as we cleaned up in a session that lasted around 2hrs of constant action.We tossed back a lot of small Bream and Trevally .We took home enough for the neighbours and inlaws and a couple for ourselves,overall it was a top session with a good mate.Oh forgot to add if anyone drags up a 6000 Shimano Alivio reel off Bonna Pt loaded with mono on a short boat rod it's mine , forgot to put the little white clip over the rod holder DOH http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-9vx8PQr3g
  13. Thanks fellas , the go pro battery died after a few hrs of trolling i was trying to capture the take but unfortunately no Bass wanted to be filmed at the time , lucky i just got my new phone Samsung s4 mini which has a great camera on it so most of this video was taken on that
  14. The southern end of Bluey's beach , the headlands at Elizabeth beach - both ends ( be careful though ) you can get livies at the marina on the Forster side boat ramp near the volunteer coastal patrol boat mooring - good luck