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  1. fisholb

    tasmania fishing

    hi raiders decided to chase the sbt this year so packed my gear and went to tasmania with my bffs booked a charter located at eaglehawk neck (stewart). the charter cost $220 for a full day so me and my 3 bffs paid $880 for the charter from 7am to 3pm we stayed at hobart so its about 1hr drive to eaglehawk neck took around 45mins to reach our spot from the ramp and it didnt take that long to catch our 1st albacore we bag out on the albys in around 2hrs thats 5 each the albys were around 2-3kg each dropped plenty of albys on the side of the boat even caught a baby mako on a laserpro gold that was the first time to see one on lure we were using livelylures mackbait in blue yellow pink the blue mackbait caught most of the albys decided to bottombash hoping to hook a mako were fishing in 150m deep we were using alby fillets for bait caught 1 school shark 1 ray dozens of flattys around the 60cm also caught other sharks but only kept the school shark trolled more afterwards hoping for a bluefin but we kept on catching albys unfortunately we didnt catch a bluefin but it was the best weekend so far at tasmania with my bffs thanks for reading