Botany Bay Fishing Report with Scotty Lyons

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Sunday, January 29, 2012

SYDNEY FISHING REPORT

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The girls from Woronora Fishing club Sunday

with the two Salmon caught at Trevally Alley.


Two Flathead caught Saturday.



FISHING REPORT

Well the tough fishing continues, Saturday started out slow but we picked up as the day rolled on and the tide flowed in, Four nice Flathead all caught on baits, three legal Snapper caught in Yarra Bay fishing the artificial reef and one nice Trevally and a Salmon at Trevally alley so we did okay but worked for each fish boated.

Sunday great looking day on the water before the North west wind pushed in at about 15knots and the fishing turn off, one small bream of 28cms was it until 12pm now thats as tough as it gets we couldn`t buy a bite, before we boated two good Salmon at Trevally alley a very tough day for all.

The Bay is still rather dirty after all the rain and the weather well thats another story.

The Bay will start to improve as the weather settles down next few weeks will be very interesting fishing.


GOOD THINGS TO COME

FISHING TRIPS COMING UP


*I have one spot for the 8th of Feb for a bay trip.


*Sunday the 12th one spot for the Bay.


*Deep sea trip Wednesday the 15th spots open.


*Deep sea trip Wednesday the 22nd spots open.


*Deep sea trip Saturday the 25th one spot open.


*March fishing School Monday night the 5th 6pm to 9pm

and the 11th on water a few spots still open.


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Regards Scotty Lyons









Sunday, January 15, 2012

FISHING REPORT

A nice Bream John caught in the Bay on Sunday on the run in tide.



Snapper and Mowrong caught off shore early last week.

FISHING REPORT
Well the fishing in the Bay is still proving tough, surface action is about but mainly Salmon and they are in broken schools and tough to hook, small Squidgie Flick baits working well.
Small Tailor are mixed in with the odd better one.
Trevally well I fished many spots the last two days for one fish.
Bream are now worth targeting from Towra to the Sticks as we did well on Saturday and Sunday.
Off shore early last week fished well for Snapper and Mowrong in 65metres along with Trevally and Sweep and the water is looking great off shore.
The Boys from Shimano scored a 70kg Stripe Marlin on Saturday fishing wide from the Bay in a trailer boat, great fish boys.


FISHING TRIPS COMING UP


*My first Fishing School for the year February the 6th and the 19th on water only a few spots left so be quick to grab a spot.


*Wednesday the 1st of Feb DEEP SEA TRIP spots open.


*Wednesday the 8th BOTANY BAT TRIP three spots open.


*Sunday the 12th BOTANY BAY TRIP three spots open.


*Wednesday the 15th BOTANY BAY TRIP four spots open.


BOOKING AND INFO

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Regards Scotty Lyons

Wednesday, January 04, 2012

FISHING IN 2012

Snapper out wide from Coogee



Trevally from the Alley in the Bay

41cm Towra Point Bream caught on the 4th.


FISHING REPORT

Well not the start I like for the new year but what a strange season so far, no Kings in the Bay only the odd one caught, Bream are just starting to fire as we caught a few this week, Small Tailor school off the Thrid Runway fish all around 28cms to 32cms so the odd legal one mixed in.

Trevally at the Sticks and Trevally Alley but you will need to work hard to get them to bite, but tomorrow is another day and its all about to fire up as the water temp is good, so stay tuned.

Deep sea is not to Bad with a few fish about, Trevally around Wedding Cake Island off Coogee and Snapper and Morwong out wide in 65metres.


FISHING TRIPS COMING UP


*One spot open for a Bay trip on the 15th of Jan.


*Two spots open on the 17th of Jan for a Deep sea trip.


*Saturday the 28th is my first weekend I have open

for Bay trip or Deep sea trip.


BOOKINGS AND DETAILS

*Office: 9526 7431 *Mobile: 0418 169 439



Regards Scotty Lyons