It has been Super Hot, Wet and Humid, but the fish have been biting!
We’ve had plenty of Rain in recent weeks and Trinity Inlet has had a solid, much needed flush of fresh water.
While the live bait has been elusive at times, it’s been worthwhile putting in the extra effort to get sardines, mullet and prawns.
The Black Moon is upon us once again with big incoming tides pushing hard in the mornings.
Fingermark, Jacks and Barras have been hooked the past couple charters.
The pressure points right up close to the mangroves will continue to produce some solid predators during the next few mornings.
Then, in a few days time when the tides get smaller we can get back to fishing the deeper runs and wrecks.
The goal on every charter, is for you to end up at the Salt House restaurant at the Pier getting your catch prepared for lunch or dinner.
It’s not a 100% success rate, but we put in a consistently strong effort on each outing.
In the past couple weeks, Queenfish over a metre, Fingermark up to 70 cm and Barras to 80cm have been landed.