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Another day in the office…

November 3, 2017 All At Sea 0

…and it was a good one with a very nice crew with Yong Pan’s COSCO team and Jenna the team leader.  We landed a nice catch, not big in numbers but mixed reef fish and pelagics like bonito and kingfish.  The most exciting hookup was a mako shark on our floating blue …

A bunch of Snappers saved the day!

September 22, 2013 All At Sea 0

It was an interesting day with very nice sea condition, a warm and pleasant day with clear sky. But fishing started very slow, no kingfish or salmon as we expected. We proceeded to our favourite reef north of Stanwell Park which fished was a little better. Then plan B brought …

Today we were fishing Tuna Town. And where is that you ask?

March 30, 2013 All At Sea 0

We had a very nice day with calm seas, clear sky and water at 23.6 C off-shore. It is a little strange with the current now running to the north. And it has changed the off-shore picture completely, we couldn’t find the mahi’s at our FAD that we were targeting. The Port H …

An early autumn day at sea with dolphin fish and tuna

March 9, 2013 All At Sea 0

At last! After a very difficult couple of months with gale and wind warning and big seas, we had a very nice week with calm sea and clear skies. That gave us the opportunity to head out to the FADs chasing dolphin fish, also known as mahi mahi. This time we decided to head no …

They have arrived!

February 10, 2013 All At Sea 0

We have been waiting for the warm water coming down from the north. And with that one of our favourite fish. Here in Australia we call them Dolphin fish, in the US they are Mahi Mahi and in Spain and South America they are Dorado. We had a slow day on the reefs and decided &h …

A couple of boxes with a mixed catch

February 9, 2013 All At Sea 0

The team did well today, nobody seasick and a nice mixed catch. We had Tarwhine, Red Rock Cod, Maori Wrasse, Crimson banded wrasse, Blue Morwong, Wirrah cod, Yellowtail, Sea sweep, Striped sea pike, Mackerel tuna, and Gummy shark. So that is an average of three to four fish p …