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  1. Metro Some nice squid have been coming from West Beach, Semaphore, Largs and east of the Black Pole. Whiting are being caught at Black Pole, Norma, Bower Road ground, Grange and bigger fish out from West Beach. Crabs are slowing but there is still a good feed to be had at the Silt grounds, Semaphore and Largs. Snapper are being caught around the shipping channel, near the John Robb, ballast ground, the Broadway and out from O'Sullivan's around the barge. Port river has plenty of salmon trout from the North Arm through to the St Kilda breakwater. Some nice bream are being caught near the North Arm wrecks, Port Adelaide sailing club and north towards the Port bridges. West Lakes has mullet, bream and some small mulloway. For the jetty and beach anglers there are still some mullet and tommies and squid off Brighton, Grange and Semaphore jetties. Yorke Peninsula Snapper are coming from Ardrossan, Port Hughes, Chinamans, Corny Point, Edithburgh, out wide from Port Broughton and north of the Orontes. Whiting have picked up at Port Hughes, Balgowan, Port Vic, Edithburgh and Stansbury. Down the bottom of the foot there are salmon and mullet. Marion Bay jetty has squid and tommies. Butlers has salmon and mullet. Squid are coming from Port Vincent, south of Ardrossan, Pine Point, Stansbury, Point Turton, Hardwick Bay, Port Vic, port Hughes and Wallaroo. Crabs are still doing well at Clinton, Ardrossan, Port Vincent, Black Point and Port Broughton. South Salmon are coming from Waitpinga and Salt Creek. Rapid Bay has squid, tommies and some garfish. Second Valley has squid and tommies. Bluff jetty has some squid. Mulloway are still coming from Salt Creek beaches and the Coorong has mullet, bream near the Mondoo Channel and small mulloway near the dredge and east towards Mundoo. Freshwater Some nice size callop are coming from Cobdogla, Big Bend, Castles Landing, Blanchetown and around Cadel. Tight lines from The Dorsal Fin Team
  2. learninglures

    My recent Trips and reports-

    Howdy all, over a quite time at University I started writing a few reports about some of the fishing trips I have recently done so here is a link to my reports, as it is easier than copying and pasting them all in. http://lachycross.wixsite.com/crossyscatches cheers members. http://lachycross.wixsite.com/ Here are a few pictures from some of my reports
  3. Fishing SA Dec/Jan edition has you covered for what is the best two fishing months of the year! Features include Salt Creek and Far West Coast mulloway, Yorke Peninsula sharks, Onkaparinga bream on plastics, a Murray River hot spot, the best locations and tactics to catch southern bluefin this summer, and a breakdown of some low-fuss Eyre Peninsula holiday options. Our state-wide area reports will keep you up-to-speed on all the warm season opportunities right around SA, plus there's much more crammed into the Dec/Jan edition. The magazine is now in most metro tackle stores and will be in all other stores, including country ones, by wed 25th Nov, and newsagents by 26th November. Fish on! Check out the Fishing SA magazine website www.fishingsa.com.au and follow Fishing SA magazine on Facebook https://www.facebook...shingsamagazine Click here to view the article
  4. Features include Salt Creek and Far West Coast mulloway, Yorke Peninsula sharks, Onkaparinga bream on plastics, a Murray River hot spot, the best locations and tactics to catch southern bluefin this summer, and a breakdown of some low-fuss Eyre Peninsula holiday options. Our state-wide area reports will keep you up-to-speed on all the warm season opportunities right around SA, plus there's much more crammed into the Dec/Jan edition. The magazine is now in most metro tackle stores and will be in all other stores, including country ones, by wed 25th Nov, and newsagents by 26th November. Fish on! Check out the Fishing SA magazine website www.fishingsa.com.au and follow Fishing SA magazine on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/fishingsamagazine
  5. Mully that got me in the running for fish of the month, at local tackle shop, got beaten by 100 grams or so But cool all the same, getting it in the local rag. They gave me a heap of ice to keep fresh overnight & next day brought it back & got on 'Ken Brown's Coast Watch' TV show with it Was caught in Maroochy river at Bli Bli, live mullet, Daiwa rod,15lb Maxima mono on Shimano 4500 baitrunner
  6. Lots of anglers are gearing up for the Snapper ban which ends at 12noon on the 15th. Many of us are looking forward to heading out and landing a few big fish. I am hoping to get my first SA Snapper for Christmas. In the pictures, we have Ash Smith (not on a boat for a change) with a very nice Mulloway and Kate Peglidis with a nice Tuna. Now for what was biting and where. Elliston / Sheringa Try the Elliston jetty for Tommies, and some good sized squid. Some decent Sweep are also being caught from rocks around the area. Closer down to Sheringa. Tommies, Whiting, and Mullet are going well from first beach, with a few Flathead also being landed. Almonta / Gunyah Beach Smaller salmon have come from Almonta. The odd bigger salmon and tommies up to 35cm were caught at Gunyah. Farm Beach Boaties launching from farm beach are having success on King George Whiting with slightly bigger fish on northern grounds. As well as Whiting there are Salmon Trout, Gar, Trevally and Tommies. Coffin Bay Salmon trout and Silver Trevally can be caught in good numbers throughout the bay from areas such as the jetty, Ledge and boat ramp. Some Yellowtail Kingfish of good size are also still being spotted throughout the bay. Greenly island, Rocky island and Krause Rock are producing Bluefin Tuna averaging 10 kg but some to 20kg came from around Rocky along with Kingies. Port Lincoln Try the main wharf for the odd King George Whiting, and good numbers of Squid early in the morning or on the high tide. Fisheries Beach has been productive with some Silver Trevally, and Salmon Trout. Local jetties have been good for Squid, Tommies, and Garfish in amongst the trumpeter’s during the high afternoon tide. Murrays point has plenty of Tommies. Salmon schools are still continuing to provide anglers some great fun throughout Boston bay and surrounding bays, feeding on Anchovies. The Salmon are not only restricted to boaties, with plenty of land based anglers being successful casting lures throughout the working schools. Birds working the area are a giveaway that the salmon are in the area. Blue Swimmer Crabs are also picking up in numbers, size and weight. Tumby Bay Whiting and squid are good out at the Group. Port Neill Tommies, and Garfish are being caught consistently on the jetty and along the breakwater. Snook and Squid are also being caught, however catch rates tend to be higher with the high tide or during dusk or dawn sessions. A few Yellowfin Whiting are showing up from the beaches closer to town, and for anglers chasing Salmon the southern beaches have fish around the 2 kilogram mark. Cowell Salmon Trout, and Tommies are being caught from the jetty at all times of the day, biting on a variety of baits and lures. King George Whiting can also be caught from the jetty. Reports of Blue Swimmer Crabs indicate that they are starting to fill out, however are not in massive numbers. Port Lincoln Anglers Club Results of the Veolia sportfishing event held on Sunday 7th Dec 2014. 18 members attended this event fishing areas between Port Lincoln and Halls Bay. Most members used 1 or 2 kg line class whilst a few others fished more leisurely with heavier line catching & releasing their fish. Fish caught were tommies, trout, mackeral, garfish, trevally, snook, mullet, KG whiting, wrasse, & zebra fish. Members are allowed only to weigh in 1 fish of any particular species. Overall winner of the day was John Peters with 63 points Runner Up was Brad Bockman with 52.5 points Heaviest fish of the day was a 470 gm wrasse caught by John Peters Mystery weight was a 220 gm wrasse caught by Ian Chamberlain Next Sunday will be the clubs Xmas BBQ at the club rooms from 4pm on wards. Next outing will be a social event to Port Neill on Sunday 18th January 2015. Leaving club rooms at 12 noon. This week's Port Lincoln fishing report is supplied by Port Lincoln Fishing and Outdoors - Port Lincoln
  7. Everyone who writes up a mulloway related post from the start of November 01/11/2014 until the end of November 30/11/2014 will go into a draw to win a Strike & Hook mulloway pack. The pack consists of: Swivel's Original SA Fish Measure Swivel's Original Mozzie Off Neoprene Wristband Swivel's Original Neoprene Sunglass Strap Berkley Powerbait 4inch Nemesis x2 (Breen Chartreuse & Fire Tiger) Berkley Bream Pro Nitro Jigheads (1/12oz) Daiwa Basara 83s Hardbody x 2 Strike & Hook cap Strike & Hook beanie A massive thanks to new Strike & Hook sponsor Swivel's Original! Please check out www.swivelsoriginal.com for some great gear including the Swivel's Original Fish Measure and also the new BRAGMATe. At the end of November a winner will be chosen by site moderators. A few things we will be looking for are a great story, detailed instructions, nice photos or video and nice flowing, well written content, so no one liners. Get in there everyone and get up your reports, how to's or what ever else you can think of that is bream related. To make things easy for us mods and so we don't miss any great posts. Please post your topic in the Strike & Hook Competitions section of the site. Topics will be moved to their appropriate sections after the comp has finished. GOOD LUCK!!!
  8. Hi everyone,I'm thinking of getting a few new packs of soft plastics for a variety of species and am currently looking at colours styles etc and thought I might start up a topic with everyone's recommendations for what plastic they've had success on for specific species, Salt and Fresh, Large and Small.E.g. Z-Man Curl TailZ GrubZ 2.5" Motor Oil for Bream in the Port River Berkley Gulp Minnow 3" Lime Tiger for Mulloway in the Coorong Not looking for brand wars just colours, styles etc.If you add a scent to your plastics what have you found works for you? Cheers
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