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    Estuary and Coastal Fishing
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  1. Well yes, State of Origin was good with a Great result, We also take the i'pad out and stream these things when there on. Now that's living.
  2. I braved the cold for an all nightery chasing Mulloway with a mate "Allan" on the Tweed River, We launched 9pm at Dry Dock boat ramp and headed to the main river hitting a few 45ft to 50ft holes, the moon was bright and the river was calm, We only had dead baits from Mullet fillets, Salted Bonito, Prawns, Pilchards and Live Beach Worms, We drifted the holes for hours with little luck catching a few small Bream and even smaller Flatheads, We tried all our baits but no Jewies to be had. I even tried some large glow in the dark soft plastic's but nothing, We headed north to the river mouth and it was a bit dangerous with 2 or 3ft waves breaking, Not good in my 3.9 mt Quinnie, so we tried the Jack Evans boat harbour and still no good fish, I noticed some long marks on the fish finder and suddenly I was on, I thought "you beauty, about time" some nice strong head shakes, then nothing, it was gone. It was now 3.30am and cold, We drifted the same area again and the same thing, some long marks on the fish finder and then yahoo, I was on again, big head shakes then nothing, it to was gone, Not one to give up I tried again and again, then some long marks on the fish finder again and I was on, big head shakes and even tacking a little line, yep I got this one, I get it to the boat and low and behold, it was a big angry eel, Noooooo I cried, It was a Pike eel or also known as a Congo, So i'm told,. By this time it was 4.30am and cold so we headed home, back at the ramp at 5am. It was still a good night, Beats watching TV. Sorry its not a good photo.
  3. Nice bag there tugger , You guys done well.
  4. I agree Tugger,red emperor are in the top 3 eaters on the planet, Good on ya mate. Cheers.
  5. I Love it Luvit, Congrats, When you find your feet I will be a customer, All the best.
  6. Moral of the story, Take your own beer on a fishing charter and don't try to steel the captains beers, lmao Did they get any fishing in, ??? Thanks for sharing kmcrosby78
  7. where dose the name "scaffolder cod" and cuzzy bro fish come from, Hmmmm
  8. Hi Shanty , I haven't fished Moreton Bay before, Here is a fb page for Fishing Queensland Turner Artificial Reef . Click on the pic to enlarge it, I don't know if its any good but its a start.
  9. G/Day Panther , Nice fish at the perfect eating size, It looks like you used a Squidgy Wriggler. I find I get 5 x more fish on the squidgy bloodworm wriggler 100mm. Good job, thanks for sharing. Cheers.
  10. Thanks Drop Bear & MSB, It looked like a good eater, A legal sized one would be a good fight on light gear, I got this one on a cracked pepper Squidgy Wriggler, it felt twice its size. Iv'e never seen them in the Tweed River before. .
  11. Ge_off

    queensland Buzzard

    I would assume similar to the Tweed, Taylor are getting to a nice size, I believe the Jew's are are happening at good sizes, And there are good sized Flatheads, Lots of Luderick, and Bream, Good luck buzzard, have a good trip. ,
  12. We need to leave there Bit's alone as well, Who wants to eat fish bits.
  13. Thanks ellicat, I looked up Maori Cod and you are spot on, well the Tweed is full of surprises, and WOW you are fast, Good job,
  14. Hi fishers, Can any one ID this fish for me please, Caught in the Tweed river Fingal wall over a very reef area, I'm thinking a Wrasse however I cant find it in my books. A strong fighter for a little fish. Thanks.
  15. Dam that's some nice Bass, Good job, thanks for sharing.