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Tight Lines – 11th July
July 11, 2024

Welcome To This Week’s Edition Of Tight Lines

Mother nature looks to be working in our favour with a good looking forecast for the week ahead.

Inshore should fire up nicely as we fall off the back of some solid swell. The most productive anchor and burley technique has been on point. With anglers getting a mix of super-sized winter Skippy, Samson fish and Pink Snapper.

It’s also a good idea to have a floating bait or two plus working a plastic to mix it up. Some days, I get the better fish on the soft bait and others It’s the unweighted bait that gets the big one.

Winter Squid are also good locally you just have to get a few things to line up to have better success.

Inshore on our rock walls and groynes, I’m looking to fish on the top of the incoming tide and as it starts to run out. Cleaner water and slower flow being the key. We also have better success with smaller squid jigs in our estuary system down to a 1.8 or 2.5 size. Two reasons they sink slower in our shallower water and the bait the squid are eating is generally smaller than out to sea

For beach goers this week’s swell would have certainly stirred things up a bit, take it steady down the beach as there could be fresh soft spots and or weed mounds. We have seen a few nice winter Gummy’s being caught on our southern beaches.

Wherever you get the chance to wet a line this weekend as always, good luck tight lines, and remember every day’s a good day for fishing.

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