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  1. Is there anybody willing to share any blackfish spots at the entrance of tuggerah lake? Thanks
  2. Ah alright, thanks guysI didn't notice. Thanks
  3. Hey mate, nice job on that mate, careful there though as I am pretty sure the legal limit is 70cm. I am not certain so anyone feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
  4. Alright then, let's suppose for one second that you were right, I am pretty sure that it wasn't a longtom (since I don't know where they hang out) and I was in coal and candle btw. If there a longtom there then I will give you the benefit of the doubt. But I still don't believe you
  5. For berley i go to a fishmarket or shop (I have a friend working at one) and if they clean fish there the ask them to collect their dirty water and use that with a water gun. Sure it's fresh water so don't use a lot or things will go bad. The scent will most likely be very strong so definately don't use a lot. This dosen't feed the fish but attracts them. After soaking my bait in the water I cast quickly before they leave. along with a weird diamond shaped fish which I think is called a silver moony (?) Does it look like this? If so then its a butterbream/butter fish/diamo
  6. I seriously need help about fishing at illawong, any way you could get me some tips?
  7. I simply use a heavy duty long shank hook with squid on bream gear. (a 4' rod with no sinker) and usually no bite offs. Just let it sink and you'll hit all depths as leather jackets are everywhere. however i saw a dude using a 5 metre pole with 6 meters of line and he got about 20 leather jackets plus just as many butter bream/diamond fish so that was pretty cool.
  8. try using twin circle hooks (7/0) gamakatsu hooks with mackerel fillets using frames for burley
  9. So youre telling me it was some other crazy, demented long, bright chrome fish with sharp teeth that i caught is that right?
  10. There i one type of eel that looks like a pike, i think its a conger (or it looks like one) and there are loads at illawong point, beautiful eating with butter and lemon but only bad thing is its really boney and mum said couldnt enjoy eating it coz of the bones. but you should probably takes them and eat them to clean up. most snags are actually big eels so try to take it in a little before you snap it.
  11. There i one type of eel that looks like a pike, i think its a conger (or it looks like one) and there are loads at illawong, beautiful eating with butter and lemon but only bad thing is its really boney and mum said couldnt enjoy eating it coz of the bones. but you should probably takes them and eat them to clean up. most snags are actually big eels so try to take it in a little before you snap it.
  12. also 20 metres right to your 2nd spot there a huge bream and tailor there so try there to if you go there again.
  13. Shoot i go here all the time but somehow i never caught flathead, maybe it is because of the time. ive seen whiting caught there but never caught bonito. tailor, butter bream, bream, eels and leatherjacket caught by the truckload there. going tmr so i will try my usual but also chuck in a paternoster for whiting too. thanks
  14. 1.mullet fillet from 7 eleven 2.chicken, plain 3.prawn 4.pilchard 5.crab (if in mangroves)
  15. i was fishing at illawong point near akuna bay a few weeks back for eels and the line started to scream so i tightened the drag quickly but it started to swim around like crazy left and right and i tried my best to reel it but until IT JUMPED OUT OF THE WATER and the line snapped. had no idea what happened or what species it was until now, It was a hairtail. damn good one too.
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