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  1. Love looking at other photos, so thought I better put up some. This was sailing in the Whitsundays.
  2. I have seen and heard Jakob playing at the Dromedary Pub in Tilba. Great voice and glad to see him pushing himself further. J
  3. Pulpit Rock, just north of green cape lighthouse is pretty good, good access and deep water. A lot of the beaches have salmon around. Mogereeka for bream and flatties. Squid off either Merimbula or Tathra wharf or Kianinny (off the headland opposite the boat ramps) The tri-estuary challenge is on the 20th and 21st Nov so there should be a few fisherman about. J
  4. Condolences to you and yours Swordie. Hopefully your memories will carry you through this difficult time. J
  5. Early June I was in the Whitsundays. Here are some of the pics, taken with phones.
  6. Was talking to a local elder down here the other day about catching worms at the beach. His story was that he used pipis as the bait in their shell since they are their natural food source. He would open the shell and mince around inside with a knife. He would use the usual stink bag to get them up then use the pipi in the shell as the attractant. The worm would go into the shell to get the minced up pipi and he would simply close the shell, catching the worm with its head inside. Might have to give this a go. J
  7. No problems either way. Let me know. J
  8. Wanda beach always worked for me but any of the beaches will do. If you are talking about buying them, try Micks Bait shop just north of Tom Ugly's Bridge. Has been a while since I bought any but worth a shot. J
  9. Congwong Bay, Cruwee Cove and along the front of the national park at Kurnell for squid. Yakkas usually where the tugs tie up along Fishburn Rd. J
  10. Found this in an antique store down this way. It is dated 1993, thought it was interesting to see how things have changed. J
  11. I normally fish Wapengo etc, haven't tried Wallaga but if you are interested in trying out the hobies I can drag my 2 up and give it a go. J
  12. The smile says it all. Fishing independence by the looks of that. Always good to have another boat in the family though. J
  13. I still think bait collecting is the fun part of fishing, whether it be squid, mullet or nippers. J
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