Kaz

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  1. Also... What has social media & google earth and whatever "Brag city freeway" means have anything to do with this site?. I am here to read & enjoy the posts & when I know provide info to others. Its all about sharing info isn't it. Anyway, I will continue as I have always done.
  2. @ GW - " .... I post up my catch as well ..... just not directly in front of known land marks .....". Nothing stopping anyone doing that nor do I see a problem with this at all??. No different then providing a GPS mark for all to see. I've seen plenty of Kingfish photos with the powerhouse behind for example as well as heaps of other photos where you can clearly identify the background. I thought this is where you can share information!!!! which is what I did.
  3. I have heard that large Kingfish are being caught in the Port River opposite the Colac Hotel. Looks like they are back again. Must mean that the water quality is improving I guess. Hopefully this will only get better and save me trips to Pt Augusta !!!.
  4. Some nice Kingfish have been caught at Pt Augusta within the last week at around 18kg to 25kg. Live squid were the go. A bit late in season but my mate reckons that perhaps they have changed their habit a little now & could be around longer as the weather warms up. He said he did see a few schools on the surface (typical V shape as they move thru the water) particularly during low tide. Anyway a few more fillets coming my way. All good that the Kings are still hanging around. (He also caught a stack of garfish whilst chasing the squid for bait).
  5. Wow. 90 odd guests viewing the website. They should all become members!!
  6. Looking forward to receiving the shirt.
  7. Might be worth while speaking with Andrew Ettingshausen from ET Fishing. Just a thought....
  8. That red head jag does it again. I love it as well. Just seems the go to jag when others don't seem to work.
  9. I had some luck on Mon/Tues. You should get plenty over 3 x nights.
  10. .......and you still get Snapper in those areas you mention as well as the other side of the river past the ASC. There were also plenty of Snapper in the "Bream & Mulloway" creek many years ago.
  11. Try the various creeks behind Torrens Island but maybe a week or so after the blood worm run.
  12. Decided to go for a run in the Port River early this morning. Went for a troll here & there (my usual haunts), anchored & used my favorite bluebait (alot firmer than whitebait) and ended up with 27 salmon trout between us on lures & bait. Took awhile to get these fish though. Bugger all boats around so enjoyed a peaceful morning mucking around in the Port. Also caught & released several good sized bream in the creeks whilst going for trout. My mate picked up a nice flathead in our favorite creek, 37cm. Even saw a few bloods floating around first thing in the morning along the shoreline when it was still darkish. Nice day out overall & a feed to boot.
  13. Common guys & gals. Please put your orders in. Only 3 to go to place an order. Kate Naga, you would look good in one of these .
  14. This is the latest confirmed info I have where some fish are biting: Semi Reef - Some nice fat Garfish still being caught. Reasonable catches of Whiting have also come from the broken ground "patches" & from Wonga Shoal proper during the day. Squid have also been around these areas. Bower Rd ground has also fired in the mornings. Also worth trying the "patches" adjacent Semi Reef in line roughly with Largs Jetty at the moment. Some nice pan sized Snapper have been around the Dalrymple Star as well as some legal sized Whiting & Squid. Port River has plenty of live bait around & Mulloway have been active. Larger specimens are generally from the Sub Corp through to Outer Harbor. Good size specimens coming from the New Bridge, Birkenhead Bridge & towards the Causeway at night. Good sized Mullet in creeks & along mangroves behind Torrens Island, next to the Speedboat Club & Torrens Island power station ramp. Also within the "old launching channels" past the Birkenhead Bridge. Lots of big Bream also in the Port River around structures and rocky shorelines. Always good fun to work out what to get them on!!. Thats it for now.........
  15. Perhaps have a Calendar "Tab", or heading on the R/H side of the forum page so it shows what is happening on the day, week etc.or the Calendar event just appears on The R/H side which updates automatically on a daily, weekly or monthly basis?. ( Just a thought as I have entered the Blood worm run in the community Calendar for July).