Weekly Report 26 Sep 13

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Weekly Report 26 Sep 13

Post by Brad » Thu Sep 26, 2013 4:30 pm

G'day every one, rain or shine fishing is always fine. Once again the weather has been beautiful. With the start of the school holidays we should see plenty of opportunities to fish & go out on the boat. Snapper is definitely a fun addictive fish to catch at this time of year. Large schools of small Snapper are in abundance with fish over 70 cm not uncommon there has been reports from Potts point, Coochie, Goat, Peel, Harry's, Mud, Blakely's, Dunwich have all held fish. Young Harrison from the club got his pb 72 cm, Franky got his pb at 73 cm we'll done boys, from Potts point and Peel.

There has been school mackerel coming in along amity, Rous, rainbow Channel with reports of a few Spottys and Spanish up top of the Cape as well as
Point Lookout and some small cobia from the four beacons. Justin also went out side on weekend with two mates and scored a 12 kg amberjack, gold spotted wrasse & a few snapper. Mangrove jack have started to come on the chew, marks rocks, prawn farm, pumping station near marks rock, tabby tabby, the stick at the pin, the sticks at the end of south straddy million air row, Jacobs well straight, Pimpama river right up to the weir, live mullet or herring work well, so do Zman 3 inch electric chicken minnows on 1/4 oz jig head, rapala magnum dive bait red head 4 inch. Jacks love rocks and sand so look for places where they are together where rocks meet sand and you will find them.

Jew are on the menu with reports as far up to the logan river bridge with one old fella reporting that he caught a 10kg fish on big prawn from the bank, also Pitts
rocks, marks rocks, Redland bay Channel, giant grave, salt works, little rocky point, tabby tabby, peel house wreck, Harry's, Pin, short Is and the Seaway have all
been catching fish from 60 cm to 120 cm so with the smaller tides this week it would be worth targeting them. Flathead season is about to kick off, with fish with eyes on top of their head they lay and wait for lunch to swim past so it pays to work one spot for 5 to 10 min throwing in all directions if no fish move on. The mornings they like to sun themselves in about 1 to 2 meter of water and drop back in to the deep by lunch.

Whiting are running from south passage, Amity in between Rous and rainbow Channel, between Pannikan and Redland Bay, the bank between little rocky point an Cabbo all the way to the Pin, tiger mullet Channel & around Wallys gutter, for bait using blood worms ,yabbys, squid thinly slice then dye pink & prawns all are working well it just comes down to your preferences. Also went Squiding on Sunday hooked about 15 only got 5 to the boat all around 300 to 400 grams in one hour at Peel. I hope u can get out over the week, from the crew at Victoria Point Bait & Tackle, Like our page on FB. Frandon, Joe & Justin.
Frandon Heseltine

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