July provides plenty of variety – fishing fishing from the shore in northern New South Wales
Strong northerly winds make fishing tricky but there is always variety at Iluka, NSW
Last day at 1770 – Landangler finds a few trevally
Saturday I had some work to do in Gladstone in mid-May and this year I have decided to add fishing to work, at every opportunity. I was driving up and decided a few days of land based fishing at 1770 would be a good move. I rented a unit from Gavin and Kim at theContinue reading “1770 – Middle Rock, Wreck Rock -14 May 2016”
The hard bodies lures perform well at Iluka in wild weather
Landangler has a tough day in Iluka
Tuesday Once again I apologize for not writing up my fishing reports sooner but Christmas got in the way. This one and the few that I will publish over the next few days, are from early December 2014 – better late than never. I managed to get a few days off in Gladstone in earlyContinue reading “1770 – Wreck Rock – 2 December 2014”
Last day at Fishing Creek, nr Yeppoon
The fishing is improving in Fishing Creek – Landangler lands a nice flathead and a few other species
Rain makes things tough at 1770 but there are a few fish around
Landangler witnesses plenty of action on the Catwalk at 1770 and then heads down to Tom’s Creek to fish the mangroves
Landangler lands a good Jewfish from the rocks at Woody Head, Iluka, Northern New South Wales
Landangler catches a Jew/Mulloway and a Trevally – land based fishing off the rocks at Woody Head in Northern New South Wales.
Landangler scores another duck – no fish for dinner!
Landangler finds a few fish on soft plastic lures on the north rockwall at the Tweed River mouth in Northern New South Wales.
Wind, rain and a massive swell mean’t a difficult start to the fishing at Broomes Head.
Tuesday was a washout with 24 hours of almost solid rain. Fortunately the tent kept me dry throughout. By the lunchtime low tide on Wednesday, the sky was still overcast but things where brightening up. The ‘Barnacles’ at Woody Head, where I had been fishing the day before, were out of bounds due to theContinue reading “Iluka – Woody Head – 11 August 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”
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”
Pike, Flathead, Trevally – plenty of species but plenty of wind and rain to go with.