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Beach Fisho

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Hi Raiders,

I've been waiting for the swells to die down to get in a few beach fishing sessions, i can't wait much longer! :mad3:

I'm desperate and boatless at the moment as one mate is up north with his boat and the other's is in for a service. Was thinking about heading out this weekend for some surf or stones, i usually fish the northern beaches, Narrabeen, Dee Why, or the stones around Warriewood.

Not sure if it is worth the early start yet, as i know the swell has been big. heard of a few picking up some, but with the heavy seas, their finding it hard to keep baits in the surf.

Anyone got any knews?

Cheers, BJ

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Hi Raiders,

I've been waiting for the swells to die down to get in a few beach fishing sessions, i can't wait much longer! :mad3:

I'm desperate and boatless at the moment as one mate is up north with his boat and the other's is in for a service. Was thinking about heading out this weekend for some surf or stones, i usually fish the northern beaches, Narrabeen, Dee Why, or the stones around Warriewood.

Not sure if it is worth the early start yet, as i know the swell has been big. heard of a few picking up some, but with the heavy seas, their finding it hard to keep baits in the surf.

Anyone got any knews?

Cheers, BJ

Mate I'm planning a session tomorrow around high tide (14:45) 'til dark. Not sure where yet, I'll go a have a look at the formations this arvo. I'll post a report.

Cheers,

Neil.

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Checked out Warriewood, Little Narra & North Narra.

Warriewood looked nice, little bit of weed but some small gutters. Little Narra was very weedy in my favourite spot at the south end, the rest of the beach had weed patches. North Narra had some nice formations, so N. Narra it will be for me tomorrow arvo - I just love a week off :biggrin2: . The beach is really steep in some places, so I'd imagine the overnight high tides will be excellent if the formations stay the same.

Cheers,

Neil

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Not sure if it is worth the early start yet, as i know the swell has been big. heard of a few picking up some, but with the heavy seas, their finding it hard to keep baits in the surf.

Anyone got any knews?

Cheers, BJ

mate the swell has died down a bit, if your worried about your bait coming back to you use those star shaped sinkers. i might give north narra a go on saturday early morning then flick some placcies around in the lake. i wish i owned one of those beach front properties at narra where you just walk out to the front yard which is the beach and just throw out a line from your balcony and if conditions dont prevail 100m down the street you have the lake, oh fishos paradise!!

cheers pk

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Awesome guys, Thanks heaps.

Infront of the Sand's is one of the more regular gutters. So consensus says Narra, Narra it is. I'll race you all to the gutters :1fishing1:

I've got a couple of the star sinkers, might give them a go.

I'm getting edgy just thinking about it... Nothing like getting up early, rigging up the alvey and throwing those first few casts in, so much anticipation, the whole morning ahead, with the smell of fresh pilchard and cramps in the feet from the cool morning tide.

Tight lines all and look forward to some reports next week.

Cheers, BJ

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Awesome guys, Thanks heaps.

Infront of the Sand's is one of the more regular gutters. So consensus says Narra, Narra it is. I'll race you all to the gutters :1fishing1:

I've got a couple of the star sinkers, might give them a go.

I'm getting edgy just thinking about it... Nothing like getting up early, rigging up the alvey and throwing those first few casts in, so much anticipation, the whole morning ahead, with the smell of fresh pilchard and cramps in the feet from the cool morning tide.

Tight lines all and look forward to some reports next week.

Cheers, BJ

Sorry for late report - domestic duties had priority ( :wife: ).

I went down there yesterday arvo as promised, and fished the gutter just across from the Sands.

Got there about 2:00pm ready for high tide at 2:45. Not a lot of swell or whitewater for cover, water was clear. I though I'd hang around and try my luck for a while, winds went onshore gusty for a while and moved back around to a solid SW, which made bite detection a nightmare. :05:

Got one small flatty on worm and that was it, gave up around 4pm even the lowering tide was not helping as the surf started to flatten due to the offshore - I couldn't win!

Ah well, I tried!

Best of luck to all venturing out, I'll be out again tomorrow looking for a catch!

Cheers,

neil

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I fished Garrie beach yesterday and the swell was fine though the wind gusts were pretty strong at times got there about 11.00am and fished through till the 2.45 high for 4 dart and 3 flatties the best going 40cm on a combination of worms and tailor fillets. was hoping to get a few whiting but they didn't show.

Might try again mid week when it's nice and quiet and I get the pick of gutters :biggrin2:

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G'day,

Narra & DY has some nice gutters at the moment, but the tailor and salmon have been scarce.....I put in a few sessions recently, but the fishing has been tough.

I have late May pegged as a good month for the sambo's to start appearing in healthier numbers.

Cheers,

Spizza

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Just got back from another beach session - started near the pipe in Collaroy - even though N.Narra had some good gutters, I just couldn't be bothered to compete with the surfers using the rip to get out the back.

There were a few other fishing down the Collaroy end, and no-one was getting anything, so I went round to Brownwater to see what was happening there.

Apart from a couple of giant snags all I got was a small green moray eel. Very ugly. :1yikes:

A little while later a bloke near me got what looked like an estuary catfish, also very ugly.

I hope Spizza's right and the sambos are on their way!

Cheers,

Neil

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