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Tight Lines – 19th January 2024
January 19, 2024

Welcome to this week’s edition of Tight Lines 


A week of hot summer days has meant plenty of time on, in or under the water during the past week. 

Tim and Louie Rodgers made the most of a Sunday morning glass off. A late run down the coast, one drop and the boys enjoyed a double hook up before a glamour run home.

Austin has been finding a few solid Dhu’s off the Capes. And Hamelin has been onto some nice In-shore Summer Pinks and seriously good-sized King George.

Remember our West Coast Demersal season closes the 31st of January so make the most of the window we have left. The next opening being the first of April.

Cobbler and Squid have been on the menu of the Hebb’s, enjoying their holidays.

The Pelagic Fishing off our local coastline has taken another step. The hot weather during the past week has stimulated a hot bite. Dolphinfish, BlueFin Tuna, Striped Tuna, Yellow Fin Tuna and Wahoo – Yes that’s right Wahoo, were landed in just 30 metres of water, over the past week.

Also the raising of Marlin out near the Fads. Its looking like February and March could be next level.

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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We’re looking for local legends who are getting out there and wetting a line during our Demersal Open Season.

Send us your catch of the week and every week we’ll select ONE winner who will receive a $50 Tackle World Miami voucher.

 

HOW TO ENTER:

Option 1: Upload your fishing photo to Instagram and use the hashtag #TackleWorldMiami

Option 2: Email your photo to info@tackleworldmiami.com.au

Select submissions will be posted in our weekly fishing report every Friday!

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