Thursday On Thursday the weather was much the same and low tide was not until 11.20 am. Most of my favourite fishing points around Iluka are low or falling tide spots, so I decided to have a lie in. Of course a fisherman’s lie in just means getting up at dawn, rather than 90 minutesContinue reading “Iluka – Shark Bay – Tailor / Bream – 17 March 2016”
Saturday The September school holiday is a great time to go south from Brisbane. The weather can be unpredictable but the water is usually still cool and the winter species; kingfish, tailor, bream, jewfish, snapper – are all possible from the shore. The coast of northern New South Wales has great fishing spots. They areContinue reading “Hat Head – Tailor, Tailor, Tailor – 26 September 2015”
The hard bodies lures perform well at Iluka in wild weather
Landangler gets started at Woody Head
Cloudy and wet but plenty of good fish around at Woody Head
Landangler finally gets to eat his Jewfish – fishing at Woody Head
Landangler finds shelter from the strong south-easterlies and gets a nice surprise.
Landangler catches a Jew/Mulloway and a Trevally – land based fishing off the rocks at Woody Head in Northern New South Wales.
The wind had dropped but Landangler could not find the fish at Woody Head
Landangler finds a few hungry Tailor on soft plastics, off the Iluka rockwall, in Northern New South Wales
The rain and wind makes fishing for Jewfish tricky for Landangler at Iluka, NSW.
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”