tyrone07

Brisbane Waters Lizards

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Been struggling to find some decent weather to get out for a fish lately with work, but have finally managed to get a few sessions in fishing some flats around the local with some good signs with good numbers of lizards showing up bagging a few more quality fish the last two times I have fished. Have found the fish are still quiet a little sluggish and you have to work for them but they are there, fishing a variety of soft plastics and vibes in different depths the fish are more aggressive on a slower lift and pause retrieve. Nothing fancy with no real stand out colours.

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Nice work champ! Definitely a few quality flatties there! No estuary snapper as bycatch? Haha 😂 

Cheers scratchie!!! 

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59 minutes ago, Scratchie said:

Nice work champ! Definitely a few quality flatties there! No estuary snapper as bycatch? Haha 😂 

Cheers scratchie!!! 

Haha mate they certainly aren’t snapper but still good fun, next day I get off I am coming up.

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Good catch - especially given its early in the season.

Not after your specific spots but wondering what general part of Brisbane Water were you? I fish the bottom end around Ettalong and Hardys Bay and the flatties there seem to have just woken up too.

Cheers

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Great job 👍. Perhaps you can try out the different flattie filleting techniques discussed in the Kitchen forum and give us your verdict!

cheers Zoran 

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Some nice flatties there, will make a great feed

What weight Jig heads were you using?

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Nice work

 

The fillets have started:)

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