The consistent northerly winds help heat up the action!

The last several days have seen water temperatures consistently rising in Trinity Inlet. The fishing has greatly improved and the Barramundi have become active again.
Certainly we won’t see the Barras get really active until some summer rains arrive, but on the right tide, fishing structure they have been biting.
Taking the time to chase Mullet with the cast net has become worthwhile again! The Black Moon and the incoming morning tides will be starting on this coming Saturday.
The wrecks and pressure point corners will be producing predators on live baits. A well presented Mullet is sure to get an Inquiry from a Barra. One of the Recent highlights in Trinty Inlet was junior angler Ruben Sapper landing a respectable 67 cm Barra. It fought like a Trojan and jumped and pulled plenty of drag.
Dad was on net duty and check out the smiles…..

Barra Sept 2016
The wolf herring, Scaly Scads and the odd Tarpon have been a good distraction between strikes from the target predators.
The Salt House Restaurant at the Pier have been doing a fantastic job of preparing some of our anglers fresh catches. Check out the photos.

Another Salthouse meal Sept 2016 (Small)
Salthouse Meal Sept 2016 (Small)


Tight Lines
Paradise Sportfishing Cairns