Apologies as I have been terribly lazy of late with no posts.. headed out on good friday with dad early off botany, with practically no wind and a very slight 1m swell going SSE. Fished in around 50m of water around reefs targeting snapper with a bit of luck; managed 4 pannies 32-38cm, with 4 morwong all of relatively decent size 50-55cm, an absolutely huge cuttlefish which weighed in at around 2.1kg, and what I think to be the best eating fish on the east coast a nice 32cm pearly. Plenty of throwback snapper in amongst that. We also saw a small Mahi Mahi come to the surface and circle the boat.. I've never seen one in so close within 2 miles of the coastline, which was a pleasant surprise, probably due to the water being 22.9 degrees so close in. Back home by 11, cheers.