Grmby

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About Grmby

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  • Location
    Morningside
  • Interests
    Fishing
    Horse racing
    Sport

Basic

  • Suburb
    Morningside
  • City
    Brisbane
  • State
    Queensland
  • Country
    Australia
  • Post Code
    4170
  • About Me
    Trying to catch fish

Fishing

  • Fishing Types
    Estuary and Coastal Fishing
  • Fish You Target
    Bream
    Flathead
    Snapper
    Tailor
    Trevally
    Trout
    Whiting
  • Lure Types Used
    Softplastic Lures

Boating

  • Boat Owner
    Yes
  1. I would just wait until Saturday. Low tide is 2:30 pm.. get there around 11 and fish the run out
  2. Floodway not floodwaters
  3. The mouth of the floodwaters.. walk along the beach up to the end and there will be a sandbar exposed as the tide drops. Just follow that.
  4. Went to nudgee beach this morning and the past couple of mornings. Got 6 flatties this morning, biggest was about 50cm. Has been very slow there for the past couple of days, can usually get the same amount of fish in half the time. Another good spot is the flats off lota at the mouth of the tingalpa creek on the run out. Plenty of flatties there, although not as big as other places. Nudgee has better size
  5. If you want to get some flatties go much lighter. I use 6lb braid and 8lb leader. I've managed to pull in big fish with this. Couple of 55cm flatties yesterday and a 60cm flattie last wknd. Just check your line after each fish you land as there raspy teeth can sheer the line. I use 1/8th or 1/6th jig head if the water isn't running too quick, 1/4 if it's running a bit harder. Cast up into the current and bounce it back with the current. 2 hours before the low. Just about any plastic will do for flatties.. 3 or 4 inch minnows and curl tail swimming mullet are my go to. Pumpkin seed, pearl watermelon, smelt, banana prawn all good colours
  6. Ah cool, can they be targeted from land?
  7. Hey guys is there any where to get some trevally around brissy/gc.if so best time/tide/tackle.. cheers
  8. Light gear 6lb braid 8lb leader.. 1/8th 1/0 jig, 4" lime tiger minnow. ALways know there are rays out there, but the number of them today made it little bit more hazardous especially bare footed.
  9. Back up to the passage today.. got a few nice flatties around white patch, the biggest 50cm and a very long, long Tom. Run into quite a few sting rays in the shallows, one very big one followed me in with the long Tom. A very healthy waterway up there.
  10. Okay cool, so would I park at the boat ramp? Not intending on keeping any fish out of the river for a while after the spill. Cheers
  11. Hi guys can anyone tell me where the pinkenba rock wall is, have tried to find it on google and google maps, getting mixed info. Cheers
  12. Where would be the best spot to get the jewies? I'd imagine off the bridge would put you right in the channel
  13. Yeah I was intending to fish there on Saturday but found it a bit too windy, so headed down the passage for a bit of shelter. High tide is 11am Saturday, do you think it would still be worth while fishing the run out during the day?
  14. Some nice fish there! I think I'll be heading back up there again this wknd to get some more flatties.
  15. Nnice feed there! Definitely had a good time walking up and down the passage and finding some nice fish. I do have a kayak, it's in Melbourne, was unable to bring it up. A kayak/boat is a must in port Phillip bay to get out amongst the snapper, land based fishing up here is much better than down south, and happy to search land based spots up here for the time being.