Scotty Fishing Life

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Monday, August 03, 2009


Carol and a solid Morwong taken in 6ometres of water
on a strip of fresh Yellow Tail.

Headed off shore on Sunday in near perfect weather, light westerly and flat seas the day was set to be a ripper, stopped first and filled up with live baits from around the drums in the Bay and then set the GPS on the Peak and off we set, the plan was to have a shot at the Kingies that have been hanging around the Peak in good numbers.
The drift was spot on and all was set but after three good drifts and a lot of looking around we only boated one small Kingie about 60cms, The King Fish have moved to better feeding ground.
We then headed straight to the drift grounds wide from Coogee to target Snapper, Morwong and Flathead, again the drift was spot on but the fish again very slow only pick up one solid Morwong and a few Pig fish and two small Flathead all was in shut down.
Motored to the mouth of the Bay in 50metres and scored a few more Flathead to end the day.
We ended up with a feed but we all worked hard for that, spotted a few Whales along the way so all in all it was a top day to be out on the water.


*Singles day this Wednesday I have spot open.

*Saturday the 8th Snapper day South from Port Hacking spots open.

*Singles day Saturday the 9th and I have four spots open
for a Botany Bay trip.

*Fishing School at Hunts Marine on the 10th 6pm to 9pm spot open.
Day on the water is the 22nd

* Singles day Wednesday the 12th Deep sea trip.

*Saturday the 15th open.

Regards Scotty Lyons
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