Botany Bay Fishing Report with Scotty Lyons

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Friday, April 30, 2010

FISHING SCHOOL

FISHING SCHOOL MONDAY NIGHT
TWO SPOTS LEFT
CLASS AT HUNTS MARINE ON THE 3RD 6PM TO 9PM
DAY ON THE WATER 9TH 6AM TO 1PM.
I WILL SHOW YOU ALL THE SPOTS AND TIPS YOU NEED TO CATCH FISH AROUND SYDNEY EVERY TIME YOU HEAD OUT FISHING.
BOOKING GIVE ME A CALL
SCOTTY LYONS 0418 169 439

Monday, April 26, 2010

Mirko with a nice Jew fish from Trevally Alley this week.

Big Baker from the bottom on Sunday

Small Amber Jack and Tailor on Monday.

Chuck with a Bream from the Sticks, The Bream should continue
to fish well over the next month.

The Bay fish is fishing well but off shore is a little tough
Trevally and Bream made up most of the catch from the Bay over the weekend, south from the sticks on the run out tide I found Bream and the odd Trevally to start the day.
The Drums is the spot for Trevally and the odd Tailor and small Amber Jacks that turn up each summer in small numbers so far we have caught three or four at the Drums.
No Kingies this weekend but one angler fishing Trevally Alley scored a nice Jew Fish.
Bonito are still along the coast in good number Sundays off shore trip was a Bonito day as all other spots we tried were very quite, in close not much and the same out wide fishing the bottom and the bloody Jacket made short work on about 10 leads, hooks and line, time to break out the wire.
The off shore fishing should slowly improve as we move into Winter with Morwong and Snapper a good chance fishing wide in 6o metres.
FISHING TRIPS COMING UP
*Four spots open this Friday for a day in the Bay.
*Fishing School Monday the 3rd at Hunts Marine 6pm to 9pm and day on the water on the 9th four spots left.
*Four spots open Tuesday the 4th in the Bay.
*Five spots open Tuesday the 11th Deep sea trip.
BOOKING AND ALL DETAILS
0418 169 439
Regards Scotty Lyons











Monday, April 19, 2010

FISHING BOTANY BAY

Good Kingie taken just at Kurnell headland

Hows this for a Flathead taken on Thursday night
under the Captain Cook bridge on a live Yellow Tail
and was put back to fight another day.
Brit with a few soild Jacket from Sunday

Bream from the Sticks we had a good result in this area
every day this week from 6am to 8am.

BOTANY BAY REPORT
Well the Bay has turn it on over the weekend with great fishing and top weather, King Fish are about and we found a few this week but a little work was need to find the live baits most days.
The Drums in the middle of the Bay is fishing well with Trevally in big numbers but lots of small one so watch the size on them, Bream are along the bottom and will respond to a good burly trail of pellets, King Fish are a great chance on live bait or Squid but four of the Kingies we caught at the Drums over the weekend were taken on Pillie cubes and light tackle.
The Bonito have move on I only caught three fish in four days trolling this week.
I found quite a few solid leatherjackets on Sunday on the drop off at Watts Reef these fish are feeding on the bottom and a small hook is need to catch them.
Bream are still worth fishing for at the Sticks early, I did well in this area every trip this week with six to eight fish to start the day.
FISHING TRIPS COMING UP

*Anzac Day Monday the 26th I have a singles day
on in the Bay and I have four spots still open.

*Singles Day Friday the 30th four spots open.

*Fishing School is on at Hunts Marine on the 3rd 6pm to 9pm,
and the day on the water out on Botany Bay is the 9th spots open.

*Single Day Thursday the 6th Deep sea trip.
Saturday the 15th is open for a Bay trip or Deep sea trip.

BOOKING AND ALL DETAIL
0418 169 439

Regards Scotty Lyons






















Monday, April 12, 2010

SYDNEY FISHING REPORT

Two top fish from the drop off at Watts Reef.

Soft plastic did the job well for Jason on these two Flathead
just wide from Towra Point.

Kingie that smash a live bait at Watts Reef.

The boys and Bonito they trolled up early morning.

Well after a short break I was back in the Bay over the weekend and the fishing was about as it can get in Sydney, the Drums produced Trevally early only a small run but plenty of them we then headed to the mouth of the Bay and found Bonito in good numbers on the troll.
Hit the bait grounds in Yarra and how many yellow tail can the bait tank hold before heading to the drop off at Watts Reef to fish the run out tide and we caught Trevally, Bream, Flathead, Leather Jacket and one Kingie that smashed a live bait what a top session and a great day on the Bay.
Sunday had us off shore for the day and the weather was kind flat seas and little wind, Trolling again pick up as many Bonito as one would needed and I think five is ample as there are only good eating fresh but you might keep the odd one for bait but it needs to be salted down.
we then anchored in close on Yellow rock but found this quite maybe the conditions were to good, I then pushed to the north to the next spot and caught Trevally, Small Snapper and a small King before pushing wide to fish the bottom but this was dead tough to lose a bait.
Off to the Flathead ground straight out from Little Bay in 45metres and this stave the trip and put quite a few good Flathead in the box and quite a few Jackets.

FISHING TRIPS COMING UP

*I have three spots for a Deep sea trip on the 21st.

*I have three spots for a Botany Bay Trip on the 24th.

*I have two spots for a Deep sea on the 25th.

*The 2nd of May is open group booking.

*The next Fishing School is on the 3rd at Hunts Marine
and your day out on Botany Bay is the 9th, I still have quite a few
spots open for this class.

*Singles days in May 16th Botany Bay Trip
and the 29th Deep sea trip.

For all details give me a call 0418 169 439 or

Regards Scotty Lyons