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  1. Great feed there. I wouldnt be able to wait for the weekend though to eat them.
  2. Monster lizard there well done.
  3. There is definitely a No Fishing Beyond this Point Sign there. The fish at your own risk sign is for those wishing to fish the rocks and breakwall in front of the carpark I presume.
  4. You have a few nice videos there. Thanks
  5. Great catch guys, well done.
  6. Caught a few gars over the years at Balmoral using sabiki rigs baited with a little bits of prawn and squid. Plenty of bread berley was required also.
  7. You can get an elastisized cargo or trailer net from bunnings and cover the open parts of your boat.
  8. Well done, biggest Tailor I've seen in a long while.
  9. Sorry to hear about your mishap. When its calm put on some goggles and go for a swim and find your jigs. My kids used to find lots of jigs this way in popular spots.
  10. Nice kings there, well done.
  11. Here is me last month wearing my Fishraider tee in Noumea reeling in a GT.
  12. Well done mate, can't go wrong with a feed of fresh calamari.
  13. Hi everyone. I fished the bay with my two sons on two occasions last week. First day we were plagued by large slimeys at the bait grounds. We managed a handfull of yakkas while we were there though. We set up at Molli pt with our livies, and soaked a few pillie tails and peeled prawns. The livies went untouched but we ended up catching numerous numbers of rat kings on the dead baits and small jigs. We left Molli pt and tried a few other spots around the bay. We only managed undersize bream and snapper. Again the live yakkas and slimeys went untouched by anything. That was it for day one. A couple of days later we made a late call to get out into the bay again. We hit the bay around 2pm with not a single bait on board. Today was a jig for squid and lure fishing day. By the time we got out the wind had picked up and the bay was rather choppy, which made fishing hard, but we were determined. Over the next couple of hours we boated half a dozen squid, which ended up as dinner that night. We also trolled a couple of hardbody lures along the breakwall which resulted in a few more rat kings. All kings on both days were released unharmed. Here's a few pics
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