13 Jun 2016

Barramundi #1021 -1022
Squidgies Fish and Squidgy Pro Mongrel
The seawater temperature suddenly became cold.

It has gotten noticeably cooler lately.
The sea water temperature has been decreasing.

So I'm faced with a difficult situation now.
  • The seawater temperature suddenly becomes cold.  As a result, barramundi won't come to the shallow water.
  • The seawater is super clear.  As a result, barramundi become very cautious.
  • The wind is very noisy.  As a result, barramundi won't notice lures.
  • The wind blows from the land toward the sea for many hours.  As a result, baits are being swept further out from the shallow water.
I still wanted to fish barramundi.
I need a hint.
I only have a limited knowledge of barramundi as follows. 
  • They are fish.  
  • They must eat to live.
  • They also live to eat but this does not include all of them.
  • They don't need to prepare themselves for hibernation.
  • They don't have a routine in which they fast.
  • They eat during the incoming tide and they also eat during the outgoing tide.
  • They eat during the warm-water season.
  • They eat during the cold-water season.
  • They like a stable water temperature.
  • They cannot exist without the hunted.
  • They are not as quick as queenfish is.
  • They attack their baits from a place where they have hidden and waited.
  • They never pity the weak.
  • The stronger prey on the weaker in their world.
  • The bigger prey on the smaller in their world.

I think that barramundi just cannot cope with sudden changes in the water temperature.  So they don't come to the shallow water temporarily.  It is also true for their baits.
However, even under the condition of a very cold water, they will start taking lures in shallow water once the water temperature became stable again.
After all, I can only let this situation take its own course.

Even so, I somehow still caught small capricious barramundi in my usual fishing locations.
The best tide shifts with the best fishing point every hour.
My choices were not wrong in fishing location.

June 10, 2016
Barramundi #1021 on Squidgies Fish 70mm / Mint Jelly / 1/6oz jighead
Land based at Ludmilla Creek.

June 12, 2016
Barramundi #1022 on Squidgy Pro Mongrel 90mm / Aussie Herring / 1/4oz jighead
Land based at Myilly Point

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