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Hey, spring is here and the sea is warming up

September 17, 2015 All At Sea 0

After many weeks of cold water around 16 to 17 C we had a change last weekend with a strong two-knot current bringing in warmer water from the north. And with that came a school of skipjack tuna. We landed four, all about five to six kilo. A triple hookup brought smiles to th …

Winter fishing in Sydney is great, just think about today…

August 1, 2015 All At Sea 0

Nice day with a sunny sky, light wind and slight seas. And with about 20C it was like a summer day in UK or Scandinavia. Libby and Bob’s team enjoyed the day with a good catch of mixed reef fish, i.e. Red Rock Cod, Wrasses, Trevally, Sea sweep, Mackerel and Bob’s Flounder …

Clear blue sunny skies, calm seas and fish are biting!

June 9, 2015 All At Sea 0

It was a very nice Queen’s Birthday long weekend with mixed catch of fish and different every day. We also had great sightings of humpback whales, bottlenose dolphins and seals. Fish of the day is difficult to call but Ruby’s snapper is a strong candidate. It is also wort …

Shimano’s new HQ in Taren Point

June 5, 2015 All At Sea 0

It is a massive warehouse, showroom and offices on Cawarra Road. We are only using Shimano equipment for our various fishing techniques. Just for your information, this is some of our inventory: Charter Special TR2000 and Aqua tip Boat rod for reef fishing and trolling Alivio …

It was a dark and stormy night with rain bucketing down ☺

May 3, 2015 All At Sea 0

Actually not so bad after all but we were very close to postponing the day with offshore swell up to four meters, wind from the south to 20 knots and rain on the radar. But Joanne’s team was happy to go along and make it as good a day as possible for Gary ‘the birthday &h …

Beautiful sunrise, great day – until the southerly struck!

April 13, 2015 All At Sea 0

Look at the sunrise! Yes it was a very nice morning, a great team and good fishing.  As you can see in the picture we ended up with a box of mixed reef and pelagic fish. And Cassie’s 47-centimeter snapper. Other than Watson’s Leaping Bonito, coming down from Queensland, …