Beautiful day out of Port Kennedy

 Great day out on a mates boat, no sea anchor needed as a constant drift of 0.3 of a knot in the light easterly.  Bagged out with mates 4 yo getting  good breakse, the biggest went 48cm and thick as.  Guess what I am having for dinner 

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 Great feed there. You

Tue, 2021-12-28 18:13

 Great feed there. You couldn't complain with that mix at all. Blackass are certainly feeding well . We got 4 on Sunday out from Rocko ourselves 

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Winner

Tue, 2021-12-28 18:13

 Those breaksea are the best.

Good feed coming up 

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Well done...Conditions were

Wed, 2021-12-29 04:26

Well done...Conditions were spot on early!

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 Good catch sunshine, lovely

Wed, 2021-12-29 08:34

 Good catch sunshine, lovely feed!  We got out too, bagged out by 10 then spent a hour waiting to retrieve at 2 rocks.

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 Was a day for breaksea we

Wed, 2021-12-29 09:02

 Was a day for breaksea we bagged out on them all good size.

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Nice bag there

Thu, 2021-12-30 10:55

 A nice bag there Sunshine, I bet the four year old had fun on it. 

 

My seven year old wants to know what bait was used, haha.

 

I would like to know what depths were you fishing, and what size gear was used? (Gear eg. 4000 size reel and 10lb line, 4lb leader with 1/0 suicide hooks and a 2oz sinker)

 

We will be heading out on the week end and would like to get the young ones onto something a bit bigger then the whiting and herring they are used to.

 

Many thanks.

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Most came from 50 metres

Thu, 2021-12-30 12:03

Though the biggest breaksea came from a lump out in 80 metres.   we were using some Christmas presents ( because I wouldn't pay the price for them) Vex bottom baits in the 150gm size in lumo white with the hooks baited with skinned occy.   all my gear is 15kg, light very flexible rods and Okuma Coronado 80's.

you don't need to venture that far out, we just went exploring new territory out from Port Kennedy as we had no marks.   I normally only fish the 40's and always use the lightest sinker I can get away with whilst still holding bottom.

Oh and lost both vex one to a large tiger and one had the assists removed by a NW Blowie leaving me just the head  

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 Beautiful bag Gordon, looks

Thu, 2021-12-30 13:12

 Beautiful bag Gordon, looks like Tuesday was the day. Fish were certainly on the chew!

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 That is one tasty bag there.

Thu, 2021-12-30 13:19

 That is one tasty bag there. Baldie and black ass are top of my metro list

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