Bushrangers Bay

liam_87
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Re: Bushrangers Bay

Postby liam_87 » Thu Sep 12, 2013 11:06 pm

its labelled out pretty well on the walking track.
i can do the walk in about 15-20 mins
just the hills kill you on the way back haha, and the stairs



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Re: Bushrangers Bay

Postby Nude up » Thu Sep 12, 2013 11:09 pm

If I go there it will be by boat my knees kill me walking too far but ok all day in the boat

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Re: Bushrangers Bay

Postby liam_87 » Thu Sep 12, 2013 11:12 pm

oh okay, yeah its a good spot for boats when the swell isnt up

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Re: Bushrangers Bay

Postby Nude up » Thu Sep 12, 2013 11:19 pm

Spend a fair bit of time In that area fishing for mako's and bottom bashing. I see you are joining the navy any particular area

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Re: Bushrangers Bay

Postby liam_87 » Thu Sep 12, 2013 11:37 pm

im going in as a marine tech on subs,
shall be a good adventure.
and help me to get my boat that i want haha

what do you bottom bash for?
pinkies and whatever else pops up?
so i take you're out on the 70m mark after the mako's then

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Re: Bushrangers Bay

Postby Nude up » Fri Sep 13, 2013 4:49 am

I have been on a few subs when in docks my brother in law was on Polaris subs in the Royal Navy sooner you than me I love being on the ocean but only when it suits me, ie good weather. I bottom bash for snapper, flathead, gummies/schoolies and whatever else comes along. Normally for mako's we start at the 70 mt mark but sometimes we have come across them closer in. Last year I was about 150 mt off cape woolami catching salmon when a mako circled the boat a few times we threw a few things at him but he wasn't interested. I take it you will be at crib point hmas Cerberus first, where are the subs based I have a cousin in wa near the navel base in Cockburn sound rockingham good fishing there. Good luck with your adventure I admire all people who join the forces and serve.



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Re: Bushrangers Bay

Postby liam_87 » Fri Sep 13, 2013 9:06 am

yeah my dad was a submariner aswell on the old orion class for 26 years.
yeah ill be at hmas sterling on garden island in w.a, i moved over here too vic around 10 years ago, and i can still remember catching salmon averaging around 5-6kilos off the beach haha.

ive always wanted to chase mako's my jigging rod shouldbe alright for it, its got enough line on it too play out a good sized mako, or forbottom bashing haha!

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Re: Bushrangers Bay

Postby Nude up » Fri Sep 13, 2013 7:20 pm

I will be doing a 3 day trip in nov staying at stoney point caravan park with a few mates will be mid week I am a shift worker I will let you know when if you are free drop by and come for a fish plenty of room on my boat


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