tailor

After a long hiatus I found that tailor may be back at Triggs. So this morning I had a go. Was there only for an hour and a bit because on my first cast I hooked a 65cm 2.3kg. Got a chopper on my next and after that was small fish bites but seem to be like herring. Enough for dinner so I quit. Could hardly fit into wader bag

 

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 Solid fish gotta be happy

Thu, 2022-01-20 19:16

 Solid fish gotta be happy with that, well done 

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Thumper

Thu, 2022-01-20 19:44

There definitely on the increase

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 Well done . Anyone would be

Thu, 2022-01-20 19:53

 Well done . Anyone would be happy with that one 

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 Yep solid fish that one.

Thu, 2022-01-20 20:15

 Yep solid fish that one. Well done, its great to have such good fish for anyone to get amongst metro. That bag looks like its seen a few in its time

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 Cracker fish there mate!

Fri, 2022-01-21 10:09

 Cracker fish there mate! I've only caught that size from the reefs by boat.

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 Being a cheapskate I made my

Sat, 2022-01-22 05:37

 Being a cheapskate I made my own wader bag out of a 25kg rice bag. Does the job. Prob need a new one soon

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Used to spend many early

Sat, 2022-01-22 06:16

 Hours down there standing alongside the tripod fishos.

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 And getting jealous as being

Tue, 2022-01-25 15:55

 And getting jealous as being bowled by the waves whereas the tripod guys are comfortably dry. For those who want to know the smaller fish is actually close to 40cm but doesn't look it

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Got my

Mon, 2022-02-28 15:25

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Geraldton

Wed, 2022-01-26 07:37

 I was fishing a beach at Geraldton a long time ago and it was very quiet then at about 8.30 PM it went off and I landed a 650 tailor then 3 mulloway around 750.I was treating the tailor very special but found the flesh to be quite rank and the mulloway perfect.How did the Trigg one go on the plate?I have fished the beach at Trigg a lot as I could walk there until I moved to Karrinyup.

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Definitely back I think

Fri, 2022-01-28 17:43

 A school at Cottesloe this morning. I put an underwater phot of them in the Fishwrecked photo gallery, as I can't figure how to put it here.

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 I baked tailor with soy,

Thu, 2022-02-03 08:09

 I baked tailor with soy, oyster sauce and ginger. Sprinkled spring onion for the last minute. Tasted fine

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 I baked tailor with soy,

Thu, 2022-02-03 08:09

 I baked tailor with soy, oyster sauce and ginger. Sprinkled spring onion for the last minute. Tasted fine

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that's awesome

Mon, 2022-02-28 14:46

 

i'm fairly local to the area and have been hunting around the various shore based reef pockets to find new places to try out along that coastline.

i've been wondering what the consensus is on low versus high tide? on the one hand low tide makes some target areas easier to cast into and concentate fish into smaller areas, on the other hand i figure feeding activity might be higher with more things like crabs getting washed out of there hiding places? thoughts/experiences?

 

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Caught a few ..

Mon, 2022-02-28 19:04

Caught a few over the years . I'd 

say high is the ticket. More bait fish

they would be chasing than crabs

on a low . But hey who knows just

gotta have a crack. Cheers pirate