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Red Rock Cod

Winter fishing at its best!

June 30, 2012 All At Sea 0

Yes, we had a very nice winter day at sea. No winds, calm sea, clear sky and about 19 degrees Celsius. And I know, it’s like a summer day in many other parts of the world. The team did very well with a couple of boxes of mixed reef fish and a mac tuna on …

And another day at sea with rain, rain and more rain

June 10, 2012 All At Sea 0

We blame the bureau of methodology and the forecast of light early showers. But never mind, the team did really well with a couple of boxes of mixed fish. And Mark is still smiling about his catch of the day, a nice groper. The Eastern Blue Groper is a member of the Wrasse fa …

Andrew caught a ‘lobster fish’ i.e. a Red Rock Cod

January 29, 2012 All At Sea 0

Good news, 13 year old Andrew caught a Red Rock Cod! They are common on NSW coastal reefs and may attain a total length of approx. 45cm. The Eastern Red Scorpionfish colouration is highly variable from light grey/brown to bright red with blotches or may also be a mottling of …

Offshore Reef Fishing at Middle Ground and off Cronulla Beach

December 29, 2011 All At Sea 6

 The forecast was pretty good with 10 – 15 knots and 1.8 metre sea. But it was tough going with the boat rocking and rolling. If Sammy the Seal hadn’t been there it would have been a better catch rate. But the guys did well, with a mixed box of nannygai, red rock …

Michael from Canada caught a Red Rock Cod. Well done!

December 29, 2011 All At Sea 0

The Eastern Red Scorpionfish colouration is highly variable from light grey/brown to bright red with blotches or may also be a mottling of all these colours and blotches. They have skin flaps on the head, lateral line and other parts of the body, 12 venomous spines on the dor …