Bribie – the old oyster jetty flats – 16 April 2014

Wednesday On Wednesday I drove up to Bribie and arrived just before first light at about 5.30 am. On Tuesday night we had a lunar eclipse and the full moon was huge and bright in the west. There was a surprisingly cool south-westerly wind blowing. Low tide had passed just after 4.00 am so byContinue reading “Bribie – the old oyster jetty flats – 16 April 2014”

Bribie – the oyster jetty to the channel marker – 10 April 2014

A tough, hot lunch time session at Bribie Island

Bribie – the old oyster jetty flats – 8 April 2014

Landangler finds the fishing tough at Bribie after the big storm – but there are still a few fish out there

Bribie – the old oyster jetty flats – 4 April 2014

Landangler tries out the Lucky Craft Mad Scientist soft plastic at one of the best fishing spots on Bribie Island

Bribie – the old oyster jetty flats and the Seaside Museum drain – 2 April 2014

Fishing in the middle of the day is tough – but the flathead are still out there.

Bribie – the old oyster jetty flats and the Seaside Museum drain – 1 April 2014

Landangler finds five keeper size flathead at Bribie Island – but the fish are getting harder to find

Bribie – the channel marker to the bridge – 31 March 2014

The big downpours have stirred everything up in the Pumicestone Passage and the fish are harder to find.

Bribie – the old oyster jetty flats – 25 March 2014

Landangler tests the Gulps and Zmans to see which comes out tops