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Spots around rotto

Description Comments Latitude S Longitude E Datum

Snapper Snapper. Reef bottom. 31 37 115 33
Water depth 30m.
Jacksons RKS Water depth 10m. Reef bottom. 32.01.550 115.35.000
Kingston Spit Water depth 15m. 31.59.210 115.34.450
Thompson Wrecks Water depth 12m. Wrecks. 31.59.200 115.33.400
Monday WK Water depth 12m. 31.59.050 115.32.210
Roe Reef Crayfish. Water depth 8m. 31.58.420 115.32.210
Reef bottom.
Point Clune Water depth 12m. Reef bottom. 31.58.750 115.31.400
Parrakeet Bay Crayfish. Water depth 6m. 31.59.030 115.31.190
North Point Crayfish. Water depth 10m. 31.59.050 115.30.680
Reef bottom.
Outer Parrakeet Sharks. Water depth 16m. 31.58.720 115.31.080
Armstrong Point Crayfish. Water depth 8m. 31.59.400 115.30.200
Outer Armstrong Dropoff 11 - 25m. 31.58.910 115.29.905
North Point Deep Canyon. Water depth 14 - 26m. 31.58.580 115.29.850
Coesy Point Pelagic fish. Water depth 18m. 31.59.330 115.29.300
City of York Wreck. Water depth 12m. 31.59.645 115.29.300
Swirl Reef Coral bottom. Water depth 21m. 31.59.970 115.28.130
Mirp Flores Jewfish, Crayfish. 32.00.345 115.28.240
Water depth 15m.
1 Horse Shoe Reef Reef bottom. Water depth 18m. 32.00.345 115.27.710
2 Horse Shoe Reef Reef bottom. 32.00.180 115.27.270
3 Horse Shoe Reef Reef bottom. 32.00.300 115.27.160
1 North West Patch Crayfish. Water depth 18m. 32.00.750 115.26.930
Reef bottom.
2 North West Patch Reef bottom. 32.00.860 115.26.850
3 North West Patch Reef bottom. 32.00.795 115.26.495
West End Crayfish, Bream. 32.01.435 115.26.415
Water depth 18m.
West Patch Jewfish. Water depth 20m. 32.01.930 115.26.415
1 Cape Vlamingh Water depth 19m. 32.01.710 115.26.880
2 Cape Vlamingh Deep Water depth 26m. 32.01.850 115.26.700
Fish Hook Dropoff Dropoff. Water depth 19m. 32.01.730 115.27.185
Radar Reef Stingray. Coral bottom. 32.01.700 115.27.625
Water depth 18m.
Willson Bay Crayfish. Water depth 18m. 32.01.560 115.27.500
South Point Water depth 18m. 32.01.450 115.28.400
Strickland Bay Reef bottom. Water depth 18m. 32.01.330 115.28.790
Kitson Point Reef bottom. Water depth 18m. 32.01.420 115.29.610
1 Green Is. Drop Reef bottom. Water depth 18m. 32.01.310 115.29.910
2 Green Is. Drop Reef bottom. 32.01.430 115.30.200
Outer Green Island Bomboras & Coral bottom. 32.01.620 115.29.930
Water depth 15m.
Salmon Point Bream. Coral bottom. 32.01.880 115.31.00
Water depth 21m.
Jeannies Drop Off Dropoff. Water depth 24m. 32.01.955 115.31.490
Parker Point Coral bottom. Water depth 25m. 32.01.840 115.31.780
Parker Point Crayfish. Coral bottom. 32.01.520 115.31.950
Water depth 16m.
Porpoise Caves Reef bottom. Water depth 18m. 32.01.590 115.32.320
Crystal Palace Reef & ledge bottom. 32.01.550 115.32.700
Water depth 18m.
Lady Elizabeth Wreck. Water depth 6m. 32.01.080 115.32.960
Dyer Island Wreck. Reef bottom. 32.01.350 115.33.070
Water depth 14m.
The Count Reef bottom. Water depth 10m. 32.00.915 115.33.500
Wallace Island Coral bottom. Water depth 8m. 32.00.790 115.33.395
N/E Roe Crayfish. Reef bottom. 31.58.110 115.33.220
Water depth 25m

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spots around perth

Description Comments Latitude S Longitude E Datum

Snapper Snapper. Reef bottom. 31 37 115 33
Water depth 30m.
Marty's Spot WA Jewfish, Crayfish. 31.39.552 115.37.709 WGS84
Water depth 17m. Reef ledge.
Cray Crayfish. Water depth 5.5 - 8m. 31.41.42 115.41.38 WGS84
Raised area.
Rino's Spot Sand Whiting, Flathead 31.43.84 115.36.31
Water depth 30m. Sand bottom.
City Beach Whiting. Water depth 8 - 15m. 31 49.399 115 44.271 WGS84
Sand & reef bottom.
Centaur Reef Sth Snapper, Samson Fish, Reef Fish. 31.53.189 115.42.557 AGD66
Water depth 12m.
Penn Reels FAD 31.54.85 115.11.75 AGD66
Ship & Yacht Brokers FAD 31.54.96 115.14.91 AGD66
Trigg Snapper, Herring, 31.55.485 115.35.100
West Australian Jewfish.
Whiting Patch Whiting. Sand & weed bottom. 31.55.488 115.42.344
Water depth 8 - 10m.
Zeno's Cafe FAD 31.59.77 115.12.95 AGD66
Alex's Marine FAD 32.01.92 115.19.99 AGD66
32.00.00 115.19.00 AGD66
O'Loughlin FAD 32.03.00 115.11.60 AGD66
Club Marine FAD 32.03.26 115.19.49 AGD66
32.03.27 115.19.65 AGD66
Freedom FAD 32.05.00 115.09.60 AGD66
O'Loughlin FAD 32.05.00 115.11.00 AGD66
Mario's Mark 32 05.037 115 46.793
Mewstone Fremantle. King George Whiting, 32 05 07 115 39 18
Herring, Dhufish. Reef bottom.
Kingie Reef 32.05.200 115.27.410 AGD66
Carnac Squid, Whiting, Tommy Rough. 32 07 208 115 40 008 WGS84
Shallow grass beds 200m off
Carnac Island.
Seawood Fremantle. Samsonfish, Snapper, 32 08 00 115 35 15 WGS84
Dhufish. Reef drop off.
Magellan FAD 32.08.01 115.10.04 AGD66
32,08.05 115.10.07 AGD66
5 Fathom Mark Snapper Snapper, Whiting, Queen Snapper, 32 08.650 115 35.460 WGS84
Samsonfish, Silver Travelly,
Dhufish. Water depth 21m.
5 Fathom Mark Garden Isl Nth. 32.09.946 115.36.381 AGD66
Snapper, Samson Fish, King
George Whiting.
Water depth 12m.
Harding Rock Cockburn Sound. 32 10.050 115 40.851 WGS84
Herring, Tailor, Snapper, Squid,
King George Whiting, Salmon,
Trevally.
Water depth 6 - 10m.
D9 Snapper. Wreck. Water depth 6m. 32 11 664 115 44 516 WGS84
D9 Dozer Snapper. Sand bottom. Water 32.11.65 115.44.57
depth 11m.
Point Peron Marker Outer Marker 32.15.361 115.40.936 AGD66
Orizaba Wreck 32.16.978 115.37.595 AGD66
Horse Shoe Reef 32.18.200 115.21.500 AGD66
Coventry Reef 32.20.155 115.38.185 AGD66
Beacon Marine FAD 32.59.92 115.13.07 AGD66
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heading out tomorro with kaneo and my #1 deckie,whoms pics are in my gallery hopefully post some massive fish here tomorro eve.. good luck to every1..make sure you check ur datum on a few of these spots.as for the top list 99% are WGS84 ,this is default for most gps systems in aust..

 

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Damn!

Sat, 2008-05-17 19:36

Damn Harro, not one in Albany, guess I'll just throw that carton of crownies in the bin! Surprised

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Sun, 2008-05-18 23:29

Got any co-ords for down South? Pretty please.

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Send em

Sat, 2008-05-17 19:40

Send em to me instead Colin Laughing

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Oh Gee Tim!

Sat, 2008-05-17 19:49

I would, but in the space that it took for you to reply, I drank them anyway, it's awful beeing a teetotler. Tongue out

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would have thought a bottle

Sat, 2008-05-17 19:51

would have thought a bottle of red on a cold night would have been more your thing colin NUMBER 2 lol

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Sun, 2008-05-18 07:53

I can't afford to buy bottles Yell and the carton reds down here are woefull Surprised 

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lol,

Sat, 2008-05-17 19:40

 lol not giving any away here (dunno ) either..lol

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Nice Work

Sun, 2008-05-18 12:09

it will be good for an amateur like me to have a look at the bottom at those spots and hopefully learn a little more.Just gotta get out off Rockingham a bit more to do some exploring myself as its all new for me.

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As I said before

Sun, 2008-05-18 13:29

you're a good fellow Harro. Mate it must have taken you ages just to type all that up, let alone all the hours you must have spent researching it all.
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Sun, 2008-05-18 14:24

that co-ords off someone you don't like Harro? Hell I'd hate to be you if it were..... but if not, thanks for sharing.

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Hmmmmm seen this list before

Sun, 2008-05-18 17:34

Been trolling the net mateWink

 

couldnt work out how to paste up a spread sheet though.....

 

that list has been floating around for at least 4 years.....but nice of you to make it easier for crew to find itLaughing

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yeah old but who cares

Sun, 2008-05-18 19:46

does it matter if they r old ?.. i just had this list for some time,, could be handy for some pple.. can,t remeber where i got them.. but they are public spots, sofor those pple that have none some of these could be handy.. also for the divers.. trying to good a good deed ,damm and where does it get you. no need for the critism guys.. so what if this list has been around for a while i,m sure alot of pple have never heard of some of these spots..and salmon why would i want to paste up a spread sheet, i pasted them as i d.loaded them.jesus some pple just have to be negative. i don,t care if they r flogged,but where in perth isnt flogged. 

 

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crazy day

Sun, 2008-05-18 19:53

  had a crazy day, not that good, went out to coral lumps got some snapper early, cray pots everywhere,so we went out past the drop offs, no luck drove around alot, came back into some ground hooked sambos and rays,small fish and sweep..

i havent fished any of these spots, as i live down here,but if u can read some of the spots tell you what has been caught there,god knows when but who cares,really why make an issue.. 

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Sun, 2008-05-18 19:57

found the wave buoy west of the cape today over the 50m mark, i think bill has caught dollies there before , gave it a quick go. not much around,but i,m guessing it would have to be good somedays.. think its been there for ages 

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threads getting way out of hand

Sun, 2008-05-18 20:07

lol damm i posted spots that were public for the newbies to fishing,not for the experienced to complain at.sure these spots were posted a while ago for the general fishing public,and i,m sure a lot of newcomers don,t know nor have seen alot of this ground, will be good for some ppl to try out new boats or sounders etc.. and like anywhere sometimes you,ll get fish, i doubt the reef has been taken away.

 

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Well i don't have any of

Sun, 2008-05-18 20:15

Well i don't have any of them marks so thats a win for me. as i'm sure there is some good ground in the general area of these marks just put some hours in and you may come up with some new stuff .Good stuff Harro for all the newbes it gives them somewhere to start and that is allways the hard bit .and as you say, on the right day yes you will get fish righ time right place ..

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finally a positive

Sun, 2008-05-18 20:20

 ty paul, like i said they arn,t mine i just had them form a while back though as i see alot of new pple coming along that they could be handy, .thought divers and new recos will use them,also the fads r there, and some good wrecks.i,m sure i,ll prob go to some of the dive ones when i can,

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Helpfull

Sun, 2008-05-18 20:22

Definately Helpfull for those who havent seen them before Harro. At least it gives people a direction to head out to and maybe find their own spots along the way.

Just that they need to remember that if its fishing spots freely posted on the internet they shouldnt expect them to be Gold Mines. 

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only trying

Sun, 2008-05-18 20:25

 only trying to help ...

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Sun, 2008-05-18 20:40




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Mmm, nothing for down here

Sun, 2008-05-18 22:20

Mmm, nothing for down here then Harro. :(

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chill

Sun, 2008-05-18 23:15

Cmon fellas, no need to get over kill with this.  These spots have been posted on the site before, few additions over the years.  Something is better than nothing, but yes, I would certainly plot a few in first to get an idea of where they are!

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Gives crew a starting point,

Tue, 2008-05-20 06:20

Gives crew a starting point, cheers Harro

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Sorry harro

Tue, 2008-05-20 10:33

Was taking the piss mate.....not having a dig at your integrity.

 

Good on you for helping crew out.....

 

but you may have been a little over sensitiveTongue out

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Cheers harro i know i will

Sun, 2009-04-26 23:17

Cheers harro i know i will have a look at a few of these spots just upgraded from 14ft to 18ft and its a diffrent type of fishing when theres more ocean 2 fish got a few co ordinates the other day fished the spots with not much luck but a bit of searching around the area turned uo some great spots. is a starting point thats for sure better than driving around all day with no real direction

 

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Pinging

Wed, 2012-08-01 08:35

Here guys , this may stop all the pinging s#+t that's going on, found this flicking through.
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thanks harro

Sat, 2012-08-04 02:12

thank you harro for your mighty fine gesture to help newbies it's gentlmen like you that make this site a great place for those new to fishing and new to the local area.

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Cheers harro nice change from

Sat, 2012-08-04 07:15

Cheers harro nice change from the spot stealth that normally goes on

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Good on ya mate

Sat, 2012-08-04 09:33

Good on ya mate this will be a great help to people who are just getting into boating and fishing it's a good start for those that don't have any waypoints and just starting out the fishing community need more blokes like you don't know ya but if I run into ya I will certainly buy you a beer .

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Yep definately will make you

Sat, 2012-08-04 10:05

Yep definately will make you a much better fisherman or woman if you are given a heap of spots that you didnt have to work for to find. Think you would have more satisfaction if you learnt how to use sounder,charts and gps and find your own spots. Just my opinion,society today is to often spoon fed with people wanting immediate results. Best of intentions Harro but i am a believer in tuff luv.

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Willlo,

Sat, 2012-08-04 14:32

You don't have to use them, this site is about helping each other out is it not, good on ya harro, defiantly need more people like yourself out there, instead of (this is my spot) stuff,

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Hey rails i wont use them, i

Sat, 2012-08-04 18:55

Hey rails i wont use them, i could care less my point is if you learnt how to use your gps ,sounder etc and found spots yourself it gives you more satisfaction instead of plugging in a mark and driving straight to it. There is plenty of info on here about using both,each to there own tho you either work hard and gain a skill or take the short cut,you are ripping yourself off in the long run by taking shortcuts ie it wont make you a better fisherman. Dont believe in the this is my spot attitude either but pull into my drift and you can expect some kind of retribution. First in first served if theres someone on "your spot" to bad try somewhere else its how you will find more new ground anyway.

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Cheers mate,This is all new

Sat, 2012-08-04 23:44

Cheers mate,

This is all new to me and will give us newbies somewhere to start from...