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  • Fishing Types
    Estuary and Coastal Fishing

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  • Tailor
  • Bass
  • Bream
  • Flathead
  • Jewfish
  • Trevally
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    Don’t remember

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  1. Never tried eating one but apparently they’re very nice ! Good luck! I’ll be trying to get another one as well.
  2. Yes, both were released cause I didn’t know what they were. Biggest was only 30cm
  3. Thanks MSB, Also from Tingalpa, but closer to Chadwell Street..Anyone know what these are ? My guess is estuary Cod? Brown fish with dark red spots. 2 of them, I thought they were the same when I caught them but they look slightly different in colour and stripes. Cheers.
  4. Wow, I’m wary to cast near those rocks, lost too many lures However we’ll done Old Scaley, still yet to catch a jack! That would’ve been fun on the bream gear
  5. Wow, good know there are bigger ones in there, might come prepared with slightly heavier lines next time for a big one. Awesome, yeah I’ve gotta try the kayak again in there and get an anchor for it. thanks MSB
  6. Hey everyone Went out to Tingalpa Creek to check out the area and was hoping to try and catch some bream and flathead and ended up with a little Jewfish. This is my second jewfish ever and first on a plastic caught from a boardwalk near to the mouth of Tingalpa Creek right near the canoe club. Didn’t expect this fish, was not going for this species at all and it certainly put my new light rod to the test. Was only small for a Jewfish 58cm but with 8lb braid and 6lb leader I didn’t think the line would hold. Now I’m wondering if people regularly catch them in here or was I just lucky and if so how big can they get in this system ?
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