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HI @Ariat Fishing

Y/Patch not really a known snapper spot to be honest mate.,  More your pelagic  fish like Mackerel & Cobia are caught in that area.

You would be best looking South of Cape Moreton for some gravel/hard or Kelp weed bottom in 30-35m of water for good snapper at this time of year.  Anchor up,  deploy burley - float baits out & hang on. 

Best to fish in a very light Northerly Breeze ( less than 10konts so you have wind & current running in the same direction to make anchoring easier.  

Plenty of different reef structure down along that way that hold fish day & night , Its just a matter of trial n error. 

Good Luck, 

 

Cheers Josh <><

 

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Hey Ariat Fishing

I know it isn't applying to snapper, but I found an article on it in online that might interest you (if it's the correct place haha) - 

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Cheers Hamish

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If at night and you want to have some fun whilst your relaxing, put out a burley slick, and some largish hooks with a big bait on a balloon connected to a largish reel  and wait, as the current sweeps past there it should carry the slick for miles. You just never know what will pick up the scent.

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Just don't go swimming!

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