A Tailor and few good Bream made for a great mornings fishing on Bribie Island
On Monday morning I looked at the forecast for the week and realised things were going downhill with showers set to increase as the days went on. I decided to go for a quick mid morning session wading the flats at Bribie, hopefully before the rain set in. I opted for the sand flats andContinue reading “Bribie Island – Oyster Jetty to Sandstone Point – 26 July 2010”
I am sure you have all heard it said a million times – if you want to catch some Tailor you can’t go past a lightly weighted, West Australian Pilchard floating down off the back of the boat or a well place chrome slug cast from the rocks. Don’t get me wrong – it’s soundContinue reading “Landangler’s Tailor on Soft Plastics”
Catching fish on soft plastics in the Brisbane River
Thursday morning – I got up at 4.15 am and drove from Brisbane up to Bribie looking forward to a good fishing session. Low tide would be around 6.40 am and although the forecast was for moderate West to Southwest wind, it was pretty flat when I arrived. I decided to start off under theContinue reading “Bribie Island – Buckleys Hole – 15 July 2010”
Sunday morning and finally a good forecast – 4 knots SE wind and only a chance of a shower. I was out on the Bribie sand flats at 5.15 am wading in the dark. I moved down to the old oyster banks on either side of the jetty, on the mainland side of the Passage.Continue reading “Bribie Island – Oyster Jetty & White Patch – 11 July 2010”
Pike, Flathead, Trevally – plenty of species but plenty of wind and rain to go with.
Hello – I am Landangler AKA the Mullet Musketeer – so named because my early attempts at casting were closer to fencing than fishing. I love to fish the estuaries, rocks, beaches and bays of the beautiful Queensland and New South Wales coasts. This is my blog where I will post fishing reports from time toContinue reading “Fishing From the Shore in Queensland and New South Wales”