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  1. Great place to fish Fish the north side of Chowder Head (Chowder Bay) straight opposite the old Navy Base.. look for a patch of oysters. Good place for Luderick and Bream. you can only fish this place at low tied as the rocks get covered on high tide. The south side (Taylors Bay) look for the larger flat area see map above in this post, good place for luderick, bream, leather jacket, East side deeper waters, look for the rocky outcrop.. for Jew fish and paraplegics Can only fish this at low tide , water will come up to your knees and waist depending on the level of high tide.
  2. nice snapper ... well done cant beat Flathead for fish and chips I still wont bring any bananas i'll get thrown overboard by my brothel in-law
  3. Great mixed bag well done. Some nice photos. Cant wait to get out and chase the Kingies,,,
  4. If i plan to use the cabbage the next day... i just leave it in the bucket with some sea water in the coldest room in the house the bath room .. works well. In summer i leave in the fridge... Thanks for the tip I will give the paper towel method a go I have also caught luderick on prawn but as a by catch fishing for bream
  5. Hi all, thank you for your feedback
  6. Hi all, Been fishing Chowder Point since my last post with mixed results. Last Sunday was the most interesting session as I had frozen cabbage to see how that would work having read about it on another post. On Thursday 27/8 headed up to northern beaches and collected some cabbage. went straight to Chowder Point for a couple of hours and landed 3 Lulerick see pic. That night I froze the rest of the cabbage carefully after removing the water with a spinner, On Saturday 28/8 went to the same spot with the frozen cabbage and landed only 1 Luderick for a 2 hour sess
  7. 42 cm luderick is a excellent catch Well done.
  8. I will dust off my Steelite and Avley and re-spool them. Thank you so much for this post
  9. Great post, lots of info to continue the tradition. Thanks
  10. trevally sashimi mmm nice bag of fish
  11. Hey Yowie nice catch ... good pan size snapper.... the tailor smoke up pretty good too
  12. Nice bag of fish ,, can't beat the reliable luderick in winter ..well done ,,, i have the same problem getting green weed ..
  13. My First Post 😀 a little late but i like to kick this off Fished Chowder Point over the last three weeks for some good luderick on cabbage. Weed and cabbage hard to find in Sydney Harbour in safe locations. Went to northern beaches Curl Curl and Mona vale (bit of a drive for me as i live over the bridge) to collect some cabbage bait even then had to pick the right days as the swell and surf conditions made it even a risk at these spots Used burley - sand, weed and bread mix to keep them around... they seem to bite on low and high tide in the harbour throughout the day if you keep the
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