1770 – Workmans Beach – 7 May 2013

Tuesday

The wild weather continued; strong south-easterly winds and plenty of rain. On Tuesday morning I braved the rocks at the southern end of Workman’s Beach, near Agnes Water. This area is sheltered from a southerly and south-easterly and there is plenty of fishy looking territory.

After a few days of big seas, the water was all stirred up and a milky brown colour. I started with soft plastics and then switched to slugs and hard bodies, but nothing yielded results. The sun came out mid-morning, but not for long. As the day wore on, the wind picked up. It then brought the clouds back in. Just after lunch, there was another downpour, so I gave up. Tuesday had been my first zero fish session for quite some time!

Nothing seemed to work today

Nothing seemed to work today

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2 responses to “1770 – Workmans Beach – 7 May 2013

  1. Landangler, it seems you are human after all :-). Following your blogs on the types of soft plastics used and the time to fish i have been getting some nice 50cm flathead around Tingalpa. However i am loosing a few jigs and plastics to what i believe are tailor as i am only using 6lb leader on 4lb braid.

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