Botany Bay Fishing Report with Scotty Lyons

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Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Scotty Lyons Fishing Report

Merry Christmas to all and a big thanks to all that fished with me this year and a happy new year.
King Fish have just made a show in the Bay, look out in January.

 How this a top Bream caught on a metal lure spinning for Tailor.
 Salt and Pepper Squid anyone.
 Botany Bay early morning spinning for Tailor and Trevally.
 Two top Tailor caught spinning with Bumpa-Bars Lures.

FISHING TRIP S COMING UP

* I have two spots still open on the 4th of January Botany Bay trip.

*Wednesday the 8th is open.

*Saturday the 11th is open.

*18th and 19th are both open, Bay or Deep sea trips.

BOOKING AND ALL DETAILS
0418 169 439
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Merry Christmas Scotty Lyons

Sunday, December 15, 2013

FISHING CHARTER REPORTS

FISHING REPORT
Deep sea last Wednesday was a ripper with good Snapper from the grounds wide from Coogee.
Another windy Saturday in Sydney for all fisherman, I think we may have been the only boat on Botany Bay, due to the south wind blowing at 20knots we stuck to the Kurnell side of the Bay and did well with a mixed bag of Bream, Trevally, Tailor, Salmon and a nice Flathead.
Sunday the wind drop off and we headed off shore but found the fishing quite tough working for every fished boated but by the end of the day we did okay.

 Mixed bag from the Bay Saturday.
Snapper last Wednesday, top one boys.

 Sundays Deep sea trip tough but did well in the end.
 One happy angler thats for shore.

FISHING TRIPS COMING UP

Next Sunday the 22nd I have five spots still open to fish the Bay.

December 27th spots now open to fish the Bay.

Spots now open from the 4th of January Deep sea or Bay trips.

BOOKINGS AND INFO
0418 169 439
fishingsydney@optusnet.com.au
Regards Scotty Lyons

Monday, December 09, 2013

CHARTER FISHING REPORT SYDNEY

FISHING REPORTS 
Two nice days on the water at last with clear skies and light winds, Saturday fished well with Tailor and Trevally early in the middle of the Bay surface spinning with metal lures, great fun to kick the day off.
Trevally and Bream turned it on at the Drums after fishing quite a few spots and we ended strong.
Sunday seem to follow the same path as Saturday with feed sea birds all over the place in the middle of the Bay but the small Tailor have now turned up in mass and we caught and released to many before finding a few keepers, still fun.
The run in tide then shut down  the bite, we then worked for every fish caught before heading to Woolooware Bay to work plastics for Flathead, after three drifts one angler changed his plastic for the old humble Pilli bait and it did the trick hooking a great fish on our last drift, top effort.

 Surface action early morning look for the feeding sea birds


Top Flathead caught on the humble Pilli bait, nice one.

FISHING TRIPS COMING UP

This coming Wednesday the 11th, two spots still open to fish Deep sea trip
 and the weather is looking spot on.

Saturday the 14th Botany Bay trip 5 spots now 
open due to a late cancellation.

Wednesday the 18th Deep sea trip spots open.

Sunday the 22nd is open at this stage.

CHRISTMAS GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE.

BOOKINGS & INFO
0418 169 439
fishingsydney@optusnet.com.au
 
 Regards Scotty Lyons

Sunday, December 01, 2013

Botany Bay Fishing Charters

FISHING REPORT
Well the weekend turn out not to bad as far as the weather goes for Sydney of late, windy on Saturday and four season in one on Sunday but we could fish and the Tailor turn up in the midle of the Bay and spinning with Bumpa-Bar Lure produce the goods along with a few Flathead and Trevally both day, Daniel did well landing a ripper 76cm Flathead on Sunday, good one mate.
Daniels ripper 76cms PB

 Daniels second good Flathead for the trip 61cm.

FISHING TRIPS COMING UP

*Deep sea Wednesday the 11th four spots.

*Saturday the 14th spot now open to fish the Bay.

*Sunday the 15th Deep sea trip three spots open.

BOOKING AND INFO
0418 169 439
fishingsydney@optusnet.com.au

Regards Scotty Lyons