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  1. Yeah nice! Seems like shallow is the go, will just have to try some of these tips out to see what works and then rinse/repeat 👌
  2. Ok cool I hadn't thought that tides would be a big aspect but I guess they are like fish, feeding when the water is slack to make things easier for themselves - will keep that in mind for the next session
  3. Had a couple of good hits on Hawkesbury prawns a little up from Little Settlement but only managed to get one on the boat. Been trying to use lighter lines and leaders to increase bites and it seems to be working for me. Got the Flatty Saturday morning on 6lb braid/4lb leader, pretty dicey but had the Mrs on the net which helped! Monday went out for my first night time tinnie session after fitting the boat with new electricals. Copped an hour of rain after anchoring just past the wharf at Estuary restaurant. Bagged a catfish and my PB bream going 43cm to the tip. I've b
  4. When chasing Jew during and after the mullet run, do you try to use live or fresh poddy mullet and tailor? I heard they can be good Jew baits but I tend to shy away in favour of squid and yakkas
  5. Had a late night fishing session with a buddy of mine Wednesday night in Sydney Harbour trying to bag a big catch for the Easter weekend. Spent the first couple hours bagging some bait then a whole lot of waiting for something to happen to the fresh butterflied yakkas. Nothing besides pickers/choppers picking away at the bait eating everything but the head. 2:30AM when we got the one and only hit of the evening; felt at first like a jewfish hit and then even halfway through the fight with some decent headshakes I thought we had a decent schoolie on the end of the line. It wasn't until we had t
  6. Hey fellow Fishraider family, here's my first fishing report so here goes... Started the morning at 6AM at Tunks Park boat ramp on Sunday morning with the old man and as expected the car park was jam packed while the boat ramp was actually relatively quiet. After parking halfway up the hill, we were out onto the water in search of bait. Was hoping to use the Lowrance Elite 5 Ti I had recently purchased and installed to find some baitfish however this was not working due to an battery connection problem which was fixed later... No luck in the baitfishing after an hour of trying with
  7. Just sent through a very heartfelt opposition to the proposal, let's keep Tunks Park as it is!
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