It’s been a long time between post for me, partly due to the dry season ‘cold snap’ where the barra shut down when the water gets below a chilly 26 degrees, and a hectic work schedule.
Last weekend made up for my lack of fishing action though. I don’t know if it was the mega full moon, big tides or the remoteness of the waters but the fish were on the chew and the variety of species and techniques that we used was enough to fill a fishing DVD.
I can only think of so many descriptors to describe fully sick, off its face piscatorial madness so I’ll let the photos and captions tell the story…
While we didn’t make it to Sail City I have already written a blog about a great session we had at this this pelagic magnet before and you can read it here.
Thanks for reading people and well done to Graz, Hamish and Lee for keeping the blog going strong in my absence.
Hamish Webb, Dan Firth, Graham Fifield and Lee Georgeson have been fishing the south-east Australian region since 1987. Since then they’ve become avid sportfishermen who are constantly looking for new ways to challenge themselves. They are all scientists and conservationists who are passionate about the long-term sustainability of the ecosystem in which they live. They promote understanding and appreciation of the complex socio-political, economic and environmental issues surrounding fish, fishing and fisheries, while never losing sight of the various motivations that keep them coming back. In English, that means they love all things fishing and have a damn good time on the water, and that’s all that really counts in the end!