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.

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.

Inverloch Fishing Hightlights 8th November 2012

Thu, 11/08/2012 - 22:03 -- David Walsh

The Snapper have well and truly entered Anderson Inlet. An unusual 2 kg fish was taken from the Inverloch Jetty late last week and further reports from boats of 3kg fish taken from the bottom of the Horseshoe at Doyles Rd.  Best baits Us Squid, whole pilchards and trevally fillets.

Salmon schools are taking metal lures (pearl the best color) at the mouth of the Inlet on the last two hours of the run in tide.

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