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About jecaseka

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  1. Seriously impressed! I live near there and pretty much only catch flatties and bream. Hats off!
  2. Oh, and check out the Hook and the Cook YouTube channel - Scott did showed a land based excursion with Gary Brown....had a bit of a comp comparing bait versus lures.....good video and not far from where you’re fishing.
  3. Hey Fishkent, Don’t feel bad! I can identify with your problem. I’m a bit hit and miss also ......I’m in a kayak though. Can only suggest trying moving to earlier or later time slots ....ie. near sunrise or nearer to dusk. And be mindful that Bate Bay is still subject to commercial fishing ( for bait fish primarily I think) and I wonder if it impacts on the general supply? I could be wrong but I often hear of locals saying the Hacking is hard work relative to Botany Bay for example. Good advice also from Little_Flattie. Carol (aka jecaseka)
  4. Well, guess it kept you and your mate interested. My PB happened after a couple of hours of no action, on literally my last cast.
  5. So great this post/thread is still available as I’ve got to learn so much in this area. It’s my retirement hobby! Because I can...... 😜 and, as I’ve posted before, I am concentrating on luderick this winter using my new small (secondhand) Alvey 455B centrepin reel in order to improve. Am also a member of a small local fishing club where there are some senior members who are very generous with their advice...... but, of course, we can’t meet currently because of covid19. BTW - is Durras Lake any good for luderick? I discovered a cool new wooden fishing platform that looks recently
  6. I am grateful to Koalaboi and JamoDamo giving me some advice around March 25 re the Alvey Blackfish 455B reel I'd purchased and general set-up. I usually fish out of a kayak but when it starts getting a bit cold prefer to revert to shore-based fishing. This year I thought I would improve my black-fishing technique......and started off on a great footing with pretty good catch on May 8 from a well known jetty in SansSouci. Locals will see where it is from the photo - a popular spot close to the Taren Point bridge. Mind you, I got lucky I think as it was literally the last cast, and no-one
  7. Appreciate all this advice - you are all very gracious. 👏
  8. Interesting- have just purchased one of these ( alvey direct wind blackfish reel model No. 455B) at my fishing club’s auction. Unused. Have yet to even put line on it.....might need to do more research though 😜 any recommendations on YouTube maybe?.... I’m bit of a rookie
  9. Good on you releasing her - my 'shore crew' (and cook) would complain if I didn't bring anything home for dinner so the pressure is always on - and my catch rate isn't always as good as some of you guys as I am in a kayak and can't cover as much ground as the boaties.
  10. Bit envious. Not having much luck with whiting out of my kayak. Still learning.....I seem to be better with flatties and bream.
  11. I'm just a rookie kayak fisher, focussing mainly on estuary areas in and around Sydney, NSW.  I also like a bit of luderick fishing off the rocks from time to time.  When I travel I also like to take a rod & reel with me.  Recently had fun in Vancouver learning about salmon and trout fishing.

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