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09-09-2009 12:51 PM #1
09-09-2009 12:54 PM #2
hey mate was there about 3 weeks ago an got 1 very small one about 55cm an got bust off by a bigger one so they are. the pine should be full of them in no time!!
09-09-2009 01:58 PM #3
sweet thanks bowds i got busted off too about a month ago using a 30cm bream for live bait near the bridge
09-09-2009 02:29 PM #4
yeh mate any where from the bridge up to the corner at castle hill is the bst place for them. bream or large mullet are the go for bait at the moment even the small bullies will take a 30cm+ mullet!
09-09-2009 03:17 PM #5
Yeah mate have tagged a couple in the last two weeks. They seem to be not serious yet, but still having the odd go at the bait. At the moment I reckon livies under a balloon would be the best bet if fishing during the day...mouth of bald hills creek is also a good spot for em. Usually start coming on thicker around mid october, though this year seems to be cranking for summer fish earlier, so maybe they'll be on big time earlier.
09-09-2009 06:21 PM #6
In the moring around the powerlines (but skies are there usally ) dad and I usally catch them around that area.
09-09-2009 11:04 PM #7
13-09-2009 05:34 AM #8
i know you guys are talking about the pine but do you know any good spots to try on the northern end of the gold coast wouldnt mind trying getting a couple this year
13-09-2009 12:56 PM #9
yeah not real sure about the goldy mate never fished for them down there
but i guess ya could try around cannals or they reckon the logan river isfull of em
13-09-2009 08:40 PM #10
Plenty of spots on the goldy for bulls. Find anywhere with a decent stretch of beach in the broadwater...around Hollywell etc. Heaaps there in warmer months.
14-09-2009 07:38 PM #11
cheers cuzza, i was thinking around ephriam island in the channel one night cant wait till it warms up to give it a crack.
14-09-2009 09:09 PM #12
Yeah that'll be a good option, mate.
15-09-2009 11:19 PM #13
What about the Sunny coast any spots worth looking at, and are they good to eat.
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17-09-2009 09:39 AM #14
Anywhere in the Maroochy river channels, especially up towards the Cod hole.Plenty of 30-50kg specimens in the warmer months. I usually start chasing them around November, using floating mullet.
17-09-2009 11:52 AM #15
Anyone ever heard of them being caught in the canals at Pacific Harbour on Bribie??