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  1. Thanks bob, I am meeting up with a mate from the central coast and was also eyeing off the patonga pub for a beer and a meal after. Looks like a great spot to sit and look out over the bay!
  2. Thanks mate. Yeah I saw there is no pontoon, will be all good.
  3. Hi raiders, I’m looking at launching out of dark point ramp, patonga later this week. Will be in a quinine 475 bayhunter. I will be heading offshore and just want to conserve fuel by launching closer to the heads. Has anyone used this ramp before? Any dramas with tide levels? Thanks in advance
  4. Hit the water with @dlvbwon Saturday at the civilised hour of 3pm. (He does not like the early starts too much). We filled the tank with lollipop livies and headed to the fads. Only micro Dollies around and not eating out baits so threw some plastics and hooked/landed one but they were hard to tempt. With a load of livies on board we headed to long reef and set up a burley trail. Every bait that went down got smacked and we boated around 12 fish, landing one legal and losing a few as I moved to the lighter gear. We emptied the livie tank as quick as we had filled it and stripped the last 2 la
  5. Launched at rosebay yesterday at 5 am to the forecast 20knot southerly but no rain so that’s a win. Picked up a few squid along the eastern suburbs beaches. Yakkas were plentiful although a touch larger than the desired lollipop size. After loading up on bait we had wanted to try inside north head but unfavourable conditions forced us back inside the harbour. We dropped livies at all the usual places working our way down towards Taronga zoo and some of the more western islands. Marked large schools of bait, some holding fish but could not get a strike. Schools of busting fish kept us busy ever
  6. Loads of flatties in there, good bream and Jew also. Try walking down the banks along the golf course.
  7. I have only really ever caught big pj sharks at this spot.
  8. Was chucking sinking stickbaits. Quite windy/ choppy today. No surface action.
  9. After landing a few rats and getting dusted by a hoodie yesterday I couldn’t help but have another crack at it today. Looks like the kings are starting to fire from the stones after what has been a slow start for me this year. Maybe it’s because I have not had as many rock sessions as usual but it was nice to get some legal fish after being plagued by rats in the harbour. Hoping the weather behaves for a bit longer!
  10. That was probably one of the hobie guys mate. I was in this one was a great morning till that wind picked up. Good on you for helping your mate out. Wait till he gets one of these. Then his arms will be stretched! Tight lines buddy.
  11. I reckon they will be. I noticed the boat guys fishing heavy gear were getting nothing. I reckon it’s 1/100 for a keeper there at the moment
  12. Hit molineaux point in the yak again today. Was lazy this time and bought fresh squid so had a later start. 5.45am on the water and was welcomed by schools of kings busting the surface. Fished stupid light this time. Blue gomoku running 10lb with squid strips and a 1-3kg stick running 6lb on plastics. Multiple hook ups on both outfits. Landed 10 and got dusted twice. Biggest went about 60cm. Off the water by 8.00 am. Such great fun on the light gear. There is Still huge schools of rats holding there but noticeably pickier today. Tight lines
  13. Amazing!!! Well done. I have been following your cooks Jew success for nearly 2 years now and fish it quite regularly in similar tides/conditions/spots as when you post your catches. (From my yak). Loads of great by-catch but no Jew yet!! Sounds like a great session
  14. Quick report, been a while between posts..... took the yak to molineaux point yesterday after good reports of rat kings. Did not disappoint with everyone around hooking up and loads landed. Taking plastics, stripped yakka, squid and probably anything else in your kit! Launched at first light from Yarra bay (squid are there in the west corner), High was at 8.30am and I left them biting around 7.30am. Fished light gear, simple rig for strip bait....small sinker straight to hook. 10-20lb outfits. Great fun. Just big enough to tow the yak around a bit. Tight lines. NB: sounde
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