Yesterdays fishing

Yesterdays fishing

At very short notice, I teamed up with forum member Bert, "Glastronomic" for a fish after noticing a post of his wanting a deckie. I had struggled to find a deckie myself, with my usual being interstate working and pretty much exhausting every one else that I knew. 

The decision was made to take my boat and go and try to find some fish. We headed for some ground that I had marked last week in the hope that the fish were on the bite. Once arriving it wasn't long before we had a legal dhuie on board, closely followed by a good baldy. Bert then picked up a good breaksea, and a 11kg dhuie. Job done, that was our 4 fish, and it was only 10.15. We half heartedly had a few more drifts with Bert hooking up a 5ft whaler that gave him and his outfit a good workout. After that we decided to pull stumps and head back in on a very flat sea. Good day out.

 


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Hey you guys did well, was a

Sun, 2011-05-29 11:06

Hey you guys did well, was a great day on the water huh?

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Nice work Steve and co. Good

Sun, 2011-05-29 11:07

Nice work Steve and co. Good to see you getting into a few good fish.

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nice dhuy!

Sun, 2011-05-29 13:04

i recon 10kgs dhus are best that size on the plate. Sounds like there fish everywhere yesterday. just before the blow i recons a good indicator?

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Many Thanks go to Steve.The

Sun, 2011-05-29 14:01

Many Thanks go to Steve.

The shark was awsome as it was on a mono double hook rig I made in 2001 and kept in a box all that time!

Drag was on almost full tilt (Tyrnos 30, 85LB multicoloured braid and a Penn 17-24KG rod) a serious good fight! 

Same rig also pulled in the Dhue fish.

I felt sorry for the Dhuy, looking in his sad big eyes plus his little mate an orange wrass? was also on the hook.

Once filleted expertly by Steve all sentimental thoughts dissapeared hehe!

On our way back in, we encountered the biggest baitfish schools I have ever seen!

A great day with good company/ superb teacher and a bag limit of Cat1 fish filleted by the master himself! 

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nice one bert great feed

Sun, 2011-05-29 14:40

nice one bert great feed there

 

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Another good Dhuie

Sun, 2011-05-29 14:45

there must have been quite few caught along our coast yesterday. Stock the freezer up for the next couple months

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well done steve,although you

Sun, 2011-05-29 21:48

well done steve,

although you miss your usaul deckie, you still got the goodz with bert with a nice dhu and a happy camper i would belive.

well done guys.

now i know your the master filleter...looks like its beers at steves house after our day out!!!!

i would like mine skined and in portion size thanks steve.

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Nice one Steve and Glastro!

Mon, 2011-05-30 07:21

Nice one Steve and Glastro! Will have to show Johnny the pic of the dhue he missed there mate, good to see your knees didn't get too scuffed also!!

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Top morning on the water

Mon, 2011-05-30 07:21

Top morning on the water fellas....at least the whaler made you work hard!

Cheers Pete

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Nice work there Steve, was

Mon, 2011-05-30 17:25

Nice work there Steve, was spewing after I spoke to you and checked the weather.

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 Tiimmbo, I wouldn't have

Mon, 2011-05-30 17:39

 Tiimmbo, I wouldn't have tried so hard to find a fishing buddy had the forecast not been as good. 

After your extended trip to the Abrolhos, I probably would've been a bit more laid back to the idea of metro fishing myself.

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burtyyyyy woulda been one

Mon, 2011-05-30 19:01

burtyyyyy woulda been one happy chappy on saturday. well done skipper (steve)

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Good..

Mon, 2011-05-30 19:35

Good stuff Steve did ya drop a placcy down??

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 I didn't Lloyd, to begin

Mon, 2011-05-30 20:09

 I didn't Lloyd, to begin with the drift was a bit quick so it was baits and heavy lead, had I of known the fish were going to be so co-operative I would have got the sea anchor out and had a crack. I also was fishing a new area, so I wasn't super confident at getting results. Next time.

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2 boats?

Mon, 2011-05-30 21:34

next time 2 boats?

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and mine

Mon, 2011-05-30 21:09

and mine