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Post by 151rum » Mon Jan 28, 2019 11:50 am

hi all
I'm just seeing if anyone can recommend a land based spot near torridan.I've been going of the bank on the inlet and have got a couple little bream and yellow mullet but it has been very quite around there the last week.what would be the best rig I've been using running sinker rig.does anyone know if theres also any spots in berwick for redfin?

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Re: torradin

Post by laneends » Tue Jan 29, 2019 1:38 pm

Have you tried warneet pier?

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Re: torradin

Post by e.welch » Tue Apr 09, 2019 6:38 am

how did you go?

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Re: torradin

Post by cheaterparts » Tue Apr 09, 2019 7:51 am

laneends wrote:
Tue Jan 29, 2019 1:38 pm
Have you tried warneet pier?
just to add to this Cannons Creek there are a couple of Jetties - one at the bluff and there is a hole just north of this jetty where the channel bends
this area will get better as the water cools in the inlet

there is a jetty much further north of the bluff also worth a try

I use to fish these areas from time to time before getting a kayak it dies off over summer but cooler water brings on Mullet - and sometimes trevs or salmon and of cause toads all year round

Warnett has a couple of options the main jetty or the north jetty there are a couple of places opposite cannons creek where you can get down to the beach and fish there
there is also the old ski run again easy enough to beach fish there

hope that helps
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Gummy shark 128 Cm - Elephant fish 85 Cm - Snapper 91 Cm - KG Whiting 49 Cm - Flathead 55 Cm - Garfish 47 Cm - Silver Trevally 40 Cm - Long Tail Tuna 86 Cm - snook 64 Cm - Couta 71 Cm - Sth Calamari 44 Cm hood - Cobia 117 cm


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Re: torradin

Post by e.welch » Tue Apr 09, 2019 7:57 am

where did you catch the kgw that was 49cms?

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Re: torradin

Post by cheaterparts » Tue Apr 09, 2019 10:10 am

e.welch wrote:
Tue Apr 09, 2019 7:57 am
where did you catch the kgw that was 49cms?
Balnarring over winter they aren’t that uncommon over winter along there or Cat bay. We have pulled good whiting off the front of flinders west of the marine park all winter fish but off the front can be a bit yucky to anchor the kayak with some confused waves Swell chop and back chop from the rocks
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Gummy shark 128 Cm - Elephant fish 85 Cm - Snapper 91 Cm - KG Whiting 49 Cm - Flathead 55 Cm - Garfish 47 Cm - Silver Trevally 40 Cm - Long Tail Tuna 86 Cm - snook 64 Cm - Couta 71 Cm - Sth Calamari 44 Cm hood - Cobia 117 cm


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Re: torradin

Post by e.welch » Tue Apr 09, 2019 12:15 pm

cool will have to try there at some point

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