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  1. Ok cheers scratchie I will have a look when I get there thanks mate !
  2. Ok thanks for the help mate appreciate it!
  3. Ok cheers for the info appreciate it! Can you burley up yakkas along the wall? Hopefully try to get into some on some stick baits
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    Hey mate I haven’t fished central coast but there’s a few spots in Sydney that I catch them land based where I can get them before the sun comes up, soon as the sun comes up they get really finicky and makes it very hard to catch! But using that method of burleying should work I also use little bits of raw diced up chicken breast it’s abit tougher on the hook and they love it, hope this helps Mitch
  5. No worries cheers mate, I’ll have a scout around! I’ve been told they have been getting some kings off the break wall at Nelson’s bay!
  6. Cheers mate appreciate that! Yeah I’m really targeting kings but a buy catch would be welcome 😉
  7. Ok thanks heaps for the information I appreciate it a lot thanks!
  8. Hey guys going to Fingal bay over the New Years for 5 days, haven’t fished up there before going to be stick baiting for kings and fingers crossed a cobe morning and arvos, going to go for an explore through Tomaree mountain I know some ledges are live bait ledges? So if so I won’t be getting in the way of anybody live baiting! But my question is are cleats necessary around these ledges? I bring them with me every where I go but just like to know what I’m walking Into cheers lads mitch
  9. Cheers waza that was a big help your a legend 👍 thanks mate
  10. There a lot of information on this forum as well just have a search and google as well!
  11. You can try around the headland of Clifton gardens, or even Neilson park in Vaucluse there’s a whole lot of rock platforms along there both spots have pretty deep water infront of you, just have to keep persisting with it mate and you’ll get a few won’t hurt to have a livie out while your spinning either
  12. I have seen photos of some rats taken in the George’s river not too far from Millpera
  13. Hey waza thanks for the information appreciate it a lot! I’m not to worried about the trek I don’t mind it too be honest hahah! I just had a look on google earth so from the car park you cross the bridge over the creek and follow that track is there any signs on the trails telling you what headland or beach your at for tourism I gather maybe? And to get down the cliff do you need to climb which isn’t a issue? I take it there will probably be a decent worn trail to follow to which hopefully will lead to a way of getting down the cliff? Cheers waza appreciate the help bud
  14. Hey guys just wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction how to get to Beecroft head, fished the tubes abit but as most of you know it can’t hold a whole lot of people and it gets way too crowded especially when everyone’s live baiting, I’ll be stick baiting for kings this season and have heard this a lot more room and some brutes of kings roll through there stopping them will be another thing all to gather! And any information on swell and wind what’s best fished on the ledge I appreciate any help cheers Mitch
  15. Yes it can be inconsist but like mii11x said That’s fishing! But depends what they are feeding on as well! I find on one of the ledges we fish inside the harbour we catch yakkas there if you keep your burleying consistent and keep them around it normally attracts the kings , I like too keep one under a float around the 2 metre mark and another yakka unweighted just doing its thing (pay attention to it tho because they have a tendency to swim back too the rocks! Hope this helps abit!