Guest cornish Busdriver

fishing the southern beaches

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    Guest cornish Busdriver

    Just a heads up on fishing the southern beaches at the moment,

    Forget using bait, best way at the moment is with a very light set-up and little metal lures. (25 to 35 gram)

    Had some realy good size salmon trout over the last few days, just gotta walk the beach and leep trying until you find them.

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    Guest stekaz

    Hi Matt,

    what do you call southern beaches?

    O'Sullivans, Victor Harbour?

     

    Steve

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    Guest Guest5035

    Don't need a boat then:nah: can someone tell Tyke please

     

    stevo

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    Guest Guest75
    Don't need a boat then:nah: can someone tell Tyke please

     

    stevo

     

    Ya do to get the good stuff !!!!

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    Guest bosco

    sounds good Matt, tell me in S Aus do i need a fishing licence for the sea and is there any fishing clubs close to seaford?

    We arriving end of Oct well son and myself first to get set up then wife and daughter to follow.We both love to get out and about with the rod.Will be moving to seaford/seaford rise area.Any info much appreciated. cheers.

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    No licence required, just be careful about what baits you can use....and your size and bag limits all infi yiou need can be found in a handy little booklet available at all tackle shops and at the rego place.

     

    HG

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    Guest Jennet

    thinking of moving to Aldinga, i guess the fishing is good as my husband enjoys fishing:unsure:

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    Guest cornish Busdriver
    Hi Matt,

    what do you call southern beaches?

    O'Sullivans, Victor Harbour?

     

    Steve

     

    Anywhere from O'sullies down to sellicks is fishing well using little metal lures.

    Im gonna work my way round from O'sullies to southport on saturday

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    Guest stekaz

    Anywhere from O'sullies down to sellicks is fishing well using little metal lures.

    Im gonna work my way round from O'sullies to southport on saturday

     

     

    so, what do u do? beach rod and stay a while, or just walk with a spinning rod till u catch something?

     

    curious

    Steve

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