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Old 13-09-2019, 08:59 PM
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Couple of nice fish there Mr and Mrs Sevric.

For the record my last fish caught was a luderick, taken on a weed fly and 8 weight rod.
Luderick on fly is something I know nothing about - do you burley them up first? - Are you walking the ocean ledges or rivers or working an estuary in a boat?
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Old 13-09-2019, 09:39 PM
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Thanks for all the positive comments guys. Please do not get the impression we catch Jew this size all the time normally <1m. Discovered trolling for Jew by accident while trolling deep water for Flathead.
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Old 14-09-2019, 02:39 AM
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Luderick on fly is something I know nothing about - do you burley them up first? - Are you walking the ocean ledges or rivers or working an estuary in a boat?
Landbased fishing the estuary rock walls mainly YD.

I don't bother with burley as I fish them a little further out just on the faster flowing side of the eddy most walls have. My theory is the fish like hanging in the slower water but will duck out when they see the fly and wolf it down before the current carries it away. I definitely get more and better hits than in the slower water.

Burley would be 50 metres down the wall before it got to the right depth.
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Old 14-09-2019, 05:03 AM
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Landbased fishing the estuary rock walls mainly YD.

I don't bother with burley as I fish them a little further out just on the faster flowing side of the eddy most walls have. My theory is the fish like hanging in the slower water but will duck out when they see the fly and wolf it down before the current carries it away. I definitely get more and better hits than in the slower water.

Burley would be 50 metres down the wall before it got to the right depth.
Ahh I see - thanks for the summary - I've got a tiny bit of experience catching luderick at Mallacoota - there was alot of shredded leader as I remember

The sands have probably all shifted in the last 30 years - but they used to sit on this rocky out crop with a deeper channel sweeping by. And you had to drag them over the rocks to land them
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Old 14-09-2019, 05:47 PM
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Looks similar to a place I've fished at Sussex Inlet on the NSW south coast.
The best way to describe them is they're lunge fighters, giving short, sharp bursts often toward rocks or other structure.
That's where the long rods come in handy to keep the line vertical above the fish.
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Old 14-09-2019, 11:22 PM
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Looks similar to a place I've fished at Sussex Inlet on the NSW south coast.
The best way to describe them is they're lunge fighters, giving short, sharp bursts often toward rocks or other structure.
That's where the long rods come in handy to keep the line vertical above the fish.
Yeah we could have really used some longer rods at this spot.
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Old 15-09-2019, 04:08 AM
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Well up until some goose in Government closed off my local to fishing up until October 1st I was chasing these little guys around, albeit a hard time for them with restricted water flow.

Its going to be a hard and possible dire season for them this year!!!

Anyhow moving forward.

Rod : Rapala Muara 4-6kg 6'6"
Reel: Curado K
Line: Spider wire 14lb yellow stuff...
Lure: Some JDM deep diver in gold as pictured.
Date: 20190908

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Land based further down the coast, really nice arvo for it...

Went for a 5 min flick (because the missus has a Baskin & Robins pang) to give the FL a bit of a run, managed to pick up a little poo muncher in less than optimistic conditions...

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Rod: Shimango 3Zero 2-4kg 7'something" 2pc
Reel: Stradic 2500 HG FL
Line: Sunline PE 10lb Green.
Lure: Atomic something or other
Date: 20190914

Other than that my fishing trips have been short and sporadic unfortunately... Dieing for a decent trip somewhere!
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Old 15-09-2019, 04:35 AM
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Have you ever caught a pink with a lure already in its mouth down there - I reckon if it was going to happen anywhere in Melbourne, it would be around those poles
Not yet but I reckon you're on the money there, only a matter of time before someone gets one
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Well up until some goose in Government closed off my local to fishing up until October 1st I was chasing these little guys around, albeit a hard time for them with restricted water flow.

Its going to be a hard and possible dire season for them this year!!!

Anyhow moving forward.

Rod : Rapala Muara 4-6kg 6'6"
Reel: Curado K
Line: Spider wire 14lb yellow stuff...
Lure: Some JDM deep diver in gold as pictured.
Date: 20190908

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Land based further down the coast, really nice arvo for it...

Went for a 5 min flick (because the missus has a Baskin & Robins pang) to give the FL a bit of a run, managed to pick up a little poo muncher in less than optimistic conditions...

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Rod: Shimango 3Zero 2-4kg 7'something" 2pc
Reel: Stradic 2500 HG FL
Line: Sunline PE 10lb Green.
Lure: Atomic something or other
Date: 20190914

Other than that my fishing trips have been short and sporadic unfortunately... Dieing for a decent trip somewhere!
Thanks for the Deets Slazmo - With the longer days and nicer weather coming up - it will be much easier to sneak in a bit of fishing
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Old 15-09-2019, 05:07 AM
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Not yet but I reckon you're on the money there, only a matter of time before someone gets one
Yeah it would be an interesting place to snorkel - plenty of coughed up, rubbed off and snagged lures to be found
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Old 15-09-2019, 05:34 AM
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After very little fishing over winter, actually I think it was zero outings I decided to sneak in a trout fish in a small window of opportunity yesterday.
I was surprised to get a nice wild brown on the first cast.
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Thanks for the Deets Slazmo - With the longer days and nicer weather coming up - it will be much easier to sneak in a bit of fishing
Especially when your work cuts your hours from 38 to 20 across the board...

Lots of time to service, think and fish...
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Old 15-09-2019, 05:39 AM
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Then this fantastic (recently released from the Trout farm) Rainbow took my Jackal Chubby Minnow cast along a laydown..
Fair to say I was stoked to hook it and even more so to land it on 4lb leader after it had plenty of chances to rip me a new one in amongst some heavy timber.
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Old 15-09-2019, 06:00 AM
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After very little fishing over winter, actually I think it was zero outings I decided to sneak in a trout fish in a small window of opportunity yesterday.
I was surprised to get a nice wild brown on the first cast.
Not a bad way to ease back into things

I zoomed in on that lure but I cant work out what it is - Looks like a bit of carpet with a treble hanging off it
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Old 15-09-2019, 06:01 AM
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Especially when your work cuts your hours from 38 to 20 across the board...

Lots of time to service, think and fish...
Ouch - yeah plenty of time for fishing then
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