Botany Bay Fishing Report with Scotty Lyons

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Sunday, July 27, 2008

WEEKEND OF GREAT FISHING


















Last Friday was a cold and wet out on the Bay, Trevally are still rather good at Trevally Alley but Sunday morning I couldn't`t find them, They might be better on the run in tide.

Scored a few nice Flathead on soft plastics just wide from Towra these were the first for a while and we had to work to fine them, Both caught on a Squidgie Blood worm wriggler.

Saturday Morning it was the deep sea singles day, Nathan had the boat for this trip and filled up with the small Slimy Mackerel and head to the Peak, and what a day high speed jigging and live baiting well the photos tell the story.

Sunday I had the Botany Bay Singles day so I started at Trevally Alley, but no good, trolled Yarra bay and pick up a few small Tailor but dropped one right at the boat and a lure with it.

Headed to the drums and filled up with Slimies and then push just out of the mouth in around 46metres as last weekend we did well on the sand Flathead.

Today they were all in 45 to 47 metre and a little slow but a few good fish in the mix two of them both up around 57cms great for sandies, We ended up with a nice catch of around 20 fish for the day.



WHATS COMING UP


*WEATHER IS LOOKING GREAT FOR NEXT WEEKEND

AND THE KINGIES ARE ON, I HAVE SUNDAY OPEN.

*AUGUST THE 9TH IS OPEN, BOTANY BAY OR DEEP SEA.


*AUGUST FISHING SCHOOL IS ON THE 18TH 6PM TO 9PM AT HUNTS MARINE THIS INCLUDES A FULL DAYS FISHING.


*DON`T FORGET THE LAST SATURDAY AND SUNDAY IS THE SINGLES DAY JUST GIVE ME A CALL AND JUMP ON FOR THE DEEP SEA TRIP OR THE BOTANY BAY TRIP.


*HEAD OUT MIDWEEK WHY WAIT FOR THE WEEKEND.


Regards Scotty Lyons
0418 169 439





Monday, July 21, 2008

Mixed weekend of fishing




Well the weather over the last week was rather good and the fishing not to bad for winter, Trevally are around Trevally Alley but watch the size most fish are around 28cms to 33cms but we did catch a few better fish on the edge of the shipping channel on the change of tide and Nippers proved the better bait as the Slimies suck in every Pilchard cube that went over the side.
We had a visiting Seal in the Bay this week and he hung around most of the week around the same Channel Marker so have a look if you are out there this week.
Saturday I headed just wide from Botany Bay to look for Sand Flathead, Steve Cope from knock Out Pest Control brought his team out for the day and were keen on a little bit of bottom bashing after our start in the Bay so we headed straight out of the Bay to a depth of 50metres and started drifting and we did rather well rather well, best fish measured 53cms and they were all caught on the fresh strips of Slimy Mackerel.
Good friend of mine Clive Ellis scored well on soft plastics early in the week with eight nice Flathead and one solid Bream spinning the drop off along Brighton, I tried this edge later in the week but the fish had move.
WHATS COMING UP
*Next Saturday I have two spots open for a Deep sea trip.
*Special for next Wednesday and Thursday 20% off
Deep sea trip or Botany Bay trip.
*I have one spot still open for our Weipa trip in September.
*August weekends, 2nd is open, 9th and 10th are open.
*August Singles days 30th and 31st book early as they are starting to fill.
Regards Scotty Lyons

Monday, July 14, 2008

Cold starts top weather.

Well just back after a week away, Headed out onto Botany Bay on Saturday with a cold wind blowing from the west we headed to Trevally Alley as this is a top spot out of the cool west wind.
Trevally are fishing well and I found most of the fish right on the end of the wall the problem was that most of the fish we caught were under size the school that we found all seem to be 28 to 32cms this is quite strange, Around the Drums I fine smaller Trevally at times but never along the Container wall just the odd one. Any way all caught a few before heading off.
Slimmy Mackerel are thick right across the bay, I found them at Trevally Alley, Drums, Kurnell point they are just the right size for live bait if you are heading off shore for Kings or Yellow fin.
WHATS COMING UP
*One spot left in tonights fishing school at Hunts Marine give me a call if you would like to tag along 0418 169 439.
*Singles Day are only two weeks away, Saturday 26th is the deep sea trip and I have three spots still open.
Sunday 27th is a day on the Bay and I have two spot open, Just give me a call to book in 0418 169 439.
*Saturday the 2nd is open for a deep sea trip or a day on the Bay.
*I have one spot left for our Weipa trip in September this is six nights and seven days, For all details just give me a call or check out the web page.
Regards Scotty Lyons

Tuesday, July 01, 2008

FISH THE PEAK THIS SUNDAY



Nathan and Peters Kingies from the Peak
Keen on targeting a few Kingies this Sunday, Nathan is heading out to the Peak, would you like to join him for the day just give me a call
0418 169 439.