Jason was stoked with his first ever Red Emperor while fishing on Baitrunner
Hi All. Can you believe we are already a quarter way through the year and Easter is on us already, school holidays upon us and temperatures dropping quickly – and how nice to see some decent rain finally.
We have had some outstanding fishing in the last month, even though conditions have not been favourable and limited our trips.
Large cod seem to be a regular and widespread catch along with Cobia and AJ’s. Closer reefs have been a go-to quite often, as the big moon phases have prevented us going wider with strong currents.
This however has been very productive with a great variety of quality fish ranging from Red Emperor, Snapper, Monster sweetlip, Pearl perch, Moses perch, Tuskies and plenty of quality Scarlets.
Pelagics have been stretching the arms on the closer areas as well. We managed to jag a nice red only six mile from the bar as well. Reports of Great Whiting along north shore and Dart seem to be thicker than ever.
In the straits, Barramundi seem to be popping up frequently along with the Jacks and odd Threadfin.
Well, I hope you all had a great Easter break and enjoy this beautiful place.