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Steven A

Prawning in the wind?

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Hi guys,

 

This may seem like a silly question to ask but I was wondering what the effects of wind have on a session of prawning?

 

I would love to go but lately the weather hasnt been great and due to the wind, I have been putting it off as I am unsure of the effects.

I am planning to go to the central coast in NSW.

anything helps.

Tight lines ladies and gents!

 

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Can still scoop them in the wind but it reduces vision  sometimes its good when a southerly comes thru like tonight  it gets them moving

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Yes agree. It’s a visual thing. A slight southerly is good for the Entrance channel. 

Tides are the most important thing prawning the channel. Tide running out the best. 

Cheers. 

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Under water light can help in those conditions,tide & southerly a big +

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