What's up everybody!
I've been following this forum for a few weeks now and this place is awesome. A lot of useful info and interesting posts to read 😀
A few days ago, I went for a quick fish with my mate - landbased along the Georges River. We arrived at 5pm, right around the low tide mark. We used raw prawns as bait and paternoster rigs on the end of our main line. The first catch was a 19cm whiting followed by a tiny snapper. The highlight of the day was when I pulled up a 20cm common silverbiddy from the drink. I thought it was a snapper at first but didn’t realise after I landed it. Pretty surprised to see a silverbiddy reaching 20cm in length, and it now remains as the new record to beat on this site :) . The day finished off with a few more snapper, toadfish and tailor. We returned around 6:30pm.
Overall, it was great day out with my friend. All fish were released.
Before I finish, I want to post some highlights and pictures of our past catches (since we fish the Georges quite often). The river is like a mix between a monster’s playground and a mystery dip, especially near Botany Bay.
Catch everyone later! There'll be more reports to come.