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26-06-2003, 08:23 AM
Hi people just wondering if anyone can give me some pointers on catching sqid. I recently tried out from Bulwer with Razorback jigs in about 9-14 meters is this to deep cheers Fatty
26-06-2003, 12:02 PM
Howd ya go fatty? ??? I think that may be too deep i would say around 3 - 6 meters deep over the weed beds would be the shot, Lachie
26-06-2003, 01:11 PM
As Lachie said over the weed beds.
And sunrise and sunset has always worked for me with a start and stop retreive and let it sink a bit.
Also some tuna oil on the jig sometimes helps.
PS, I love eating squid.
26-06-2003, 01:13 PM
Might I add that young Jack is now regarded as an expert at this so send him a PM .
26-06-2003, 08:26 PM
thanks guys I did not get A sqid on sunday (Doh) I will put your tips to good use next trip & let you know how I go. ps taste pretty good hey !!! cheers Fatty
27-06-2003, 01:50 PM
Yeah I love a bit of squid for sure.
30-06-2003, 08:11 PM
I have been catching squid and cuttle fish in good number lately just off the leads coming out of the Wellington Point ramp. #Last time I went out I came home with 7kg of squid and cuttlefish. #The best way I have found to catch them is just to use your normal jig (blue ones seem to be the best) and then just run a 30cm piece of line with a small 50g snapper or ball sinker. #This way it keeps the jig off the floor and you dont get as much crap (weed) on the end. #I have also found that cuttle fish is better eating than squid. #I also soak the cuttle fish or squid in salty milk for a half an hour before cooking, as this makes them more tender. #Cheers.
05-07-2003, 05:35 PM
Do squid go quiet over winter or are they an all year round proposition?
05-07-2003, 06:50 PM
Winter is when I tend to target Squid, usually off Woody Point Pier.
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