Toby_fisho

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  1. Earlier season cicada bass. Just as the season is approaching for cicadas they are beginning to smash them. I donโ€™t think itโ€™s because it imitates a cicada this time of year exactly, mainly because the action and making of these lures can attract bass even on the most timid or low barometer days. Like this little fella, check out the colours ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿป
  2. A couple around. Zak at the entrance bait and tackle should let you whatโ€™s going on.
  3. The lake has started to fire up since the start of October, just like most years. The mouth is still quite shallow but some anglers have been getting some good blackfish along the rocks. Most of the usual spots have been holding good numbers of flathead, so if your willing to get out in your boats or fish landbased like I do it is a good time of year to do so, like always early mornings or late arvos generally provide the best fishing. Prawns have also begun to make their presence clear, not huge numbers yet but soon enough we will see them flourish. Leatherjacket moved on since spring, break thankfully for me Iโ€™ll be saving a few more of my soft plastics now ๐Ÿ˜‚. If your looking to get into soft plastics I highly recommend getting some and trying your luck now on the flatties. 1/8th - 1-4th is a good starting point, and use plastics that fit the size and resemble baitfish. cheers Toby ๐Ÿ‘
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    Narooma

    Hey guys, Iโ€™ll be staying down in Narooma in November and I would be extremely grateful as to where to have a flick, Iโ€™ll be using plastics, hardbodys, vibes and surface but am willing to try with Livies for kings or a Jew. Have google earthed some spots already but any tips would be much appreciated, cheers ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŽฃ
  5. Cheers everyone. And to your comment @bookwa, the first 3 photos are EPS and the one with the bream inbetween it is a bass. The easiest way to tell the two apart for me is the concave on the head of the EP going towards its mouth/nose area. The bass also has a red eye
  6. A 40 cm bream in there as well!
  7. What a winter it was. For me compared to last year, I caught a considerably more amount of fish, and had plenty of fun, even though my toes and fingers were numb! Perch, big bream, big bass in the saltwater and Luderick were majority of the fish caught. Hereโ€™s some pics.
  8. Thanks guys @jnrfinatic @fragmeister. I wasnโ€™t actually targeting the blackfish, I was going for some bream. This season however me and heaps of my other mates have been getting heaps more on the plastic. I believe itโ€™s them hitting it out of aggression due to them spawning, but you never know. Could just be some carnivore blackfish ๐Ÿ˜‚.
  9. Itโ€™s been a fun period of fishing the past 2 days. blackfish were smashing the soft plastics and at one stage we had a triple hook up! Couple of breambos getting around as well. Love seeing the blackfish put out in numbers, I for one love eating fish but itโ€™s always a case of every fish you catch they kill down the entrance. Not a big problem just really saddens me to see guys killing everything.
  10. I finally got one, well two! I was flicking down the entrance early this morning around 4:30, and picked myself up two perch, my first perch at the entrance. Hereโ€™s some photos.