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These are pics of some of the fish we have caught so far since moving to Brisbane in Jan 2004. Since the new boat was purchased in May 05 we have been exploring Northern Moreton Bay with some success. Pics here are from Northern Moreton Bay , Mud island, Redcliffe reefs, The Pine river and North Pine Dam/Lake Samsonvale, and a couple of quick trips back to Gladstone harbour and Lake Awoonga.
Some nice Squire/Snapper from Redcliffe using both bait and soft plastic lures
A nice little Woody Point Snapper and a couple of Estuary cod from Woody Point/Redcliffe
More redcliffe Estuary Cod with Suttons Beach in the background
Redcliffe Snapper and Estuary Cod
Tangalooma wreck Snapper and Estuary Cod, and a Curtin reef cod
Some summer School mackeral caught with mack slugs around the beacons and sighting surface feeding fish and casting to them
A decent Yellowtail king from Curtain Artificial reef, some Mud Island soft plastic Squire and catfish.
Tiger Squid or calamari, they taste great, these were taken off Woody Point Jetty.
Tiger Squid Shorneckiffe Jetty and a few from Scarborugh
92cm flathead from the pine river and a slightly smaller one
Seems to be quite easy to catch flathead in the Pine River, weve had some really good sessions of up to 50 fish between 3 of us in a few hours when they are on
We always seem to get a good feed when using Soft plastics to chase flathead
A Wobbegong shark on a live Pike, those soft plastics can catch anything, and we get some nice mudcrabs around here too.
Kaimen with his best bass
(for all of us) so far at 54cm, and a couple more from North Pine
We catch quite a few Redclaw Crayfish when we fish North Pine Dam so we decided to make a how to video.
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Mark with a nice Eel tail catfish, Kaimen with his first silver perch, A lungfish about a metre long caught on a live shrimp.
My first Yellowbelly/Golden perch, Another nice Australian bass, and a noxious species from Africa called Tilapia.
Some land based bass and yellowbelly at Lake Samsonvale/North Pine
Tilapia and Bass on live garden worms from the picnic area at Bullockys Rest on North Pine dam and aYellowbelly
Lake Kurwongbah landbased bass on vibes and blades
Nice Jewfish and bream from Nambucca River NSW while staying on a houseboat for a few days
Some Boyne River Barra caught after Lake Awoonga Dam overflowed early 2011, click on the link below to see the Barra video
Small Barra from Lake Awoonga, grunter on soft plastic in Gladstone, honeycomb/wire net cod
A little jack from Boyne river Benaraby and a Squidgy caught cod from Gladstone harbour
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