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Land-Based Snapper Inverloch Beaches 10th November 2016

Thu, 11/10/2016 - 16:47 -- David Walsh

With a fine break in the weather and an increase in the water temperature, the fishing and variety of fish has greatly improved.

From the beaches at Inverloch, Snapper to 78cm and Gummy Shark to a metre have been taken from the beaches after dark.

Last year the Snapper entered the Inlet around mid October, but this year it is all happening a month later. But the rewards have been outstanding. Alfie (pictured) used up all his leave passes to fish the nightime off the Inverloch Beaches.

Searching for Salmon Update 21st June 2016

Thu, 06/16/2016 - 11:46 -- David Walsh

Land Based spinning for Salmon on Inlet beaches can be rewarding and there are times when you spin your ar** off for nought.

Don't expect the Australian Salmon to always move along the same sections of beach. As they are always following bait schools, they will be where the bait schools go.

When spinning, releasing berley can attract them towards the area you are fishing. The beginning of the run out tide is the best time as it suck out  into the deeper water.

Anzac Day Long Week-End Land-Based Fishing Opportunities 21/4/2016

Thu, 04/21/2016 - 10:32 -- David Walsh

The great fishing in Anderson Inlet continues through this warm and stable weather for April.

Landbased, Pensioners Point is producing Trevally to 40cm taking Bluebait on the running tide, Flathead to 45cm on Pilchards and Squid. Although the numbers of Whiting has reduced, the size is consistantly 35-38cm Best baits are Worm, Pipi, Mussel, Squid Strips and Live Bass Yabbies.

Western Port NO!...Anderson Inlet 23rd October 2015

Fri, 10/23/2015 - 13:13 -- David Walsh

It is fair to say that in Anderson Inlet, the term Pinkie Snapper is regularly used. When the Snapper Seaon is full on in Western Port and Port Phillip Bay, a 2kg Pinkie Snapper is a good catch in Anderson Inlet.

November is the usual time to start targeting them. But this year is the season has started early and the quality of fish is that of the larger bays.

Gummy Shark Fishing..Father and Son..Anderson Inlet January 2015

Thu, 01/22/2015 - 16:51 -- David Walsh

Rory Mackenzie landed a crackin' Gummy Shark using fresh bait at Mahers Landing during the summer holidays. His son Romi was so impressed he had to have a go.

Romi landed his first gummy that he released unharmed.

The viewers poll indicated pound for pound, your fish was bigger!

Well done Romi!

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