After the heavy rains, it takes more than 48 hours before the seawater is back to normal.
Mindil Beach, Fannie Bay and East Point were still very wavy.
I went to a culvert relatively unaffected by the influence of winds.
The moon still hadn't risen.
It's a dark moonless night.
Last time, I got bit by mosquitoes all over this area, and it itched so badly I couldn't stand it.
I wished for protecting from mosquito bite this time.
I saw many mangrove-snakes in the water here about this time last year.
I still remember that well.
Luckily, I didn't see any snakes this time.
I had a short fish-strike every time I cast lure.
But it was very difficult to hook those small fish on lures.
That was where I loosened the drag pressure a lot.
By this, I made a fish take lure away for a little while.
Then I fastened the drag knob in a rush.
As a result, I could catch fish on lures.
- Mangrovejack x 1
- Barramundi x 2
- Tarpon x 1
This year's first mangrovejack #49 on a Squidgy Pro Mongrel 90mm / Aussie Herring.
Barramundi #1049 on a Squidgy Pro Mongrel 90mm / Aussie Herring.
Barramundi #1050 on a Squidgy Pro Mongrel 90mm / Aussie Herring.
Tarpon #16 on a Yo-zuri SS Minnow.
Squidgy Pro Mongrel 90mm / Aussie Herring.
Where: Shallow water 30cm - 50cm
Water: Murky Outgoing
Line: Fins 30LB
Leader line: Sunline FC Rock Fluorocarbon 40LB
Knot: The Slim Beauty
Reel: Shimano Calcutta 200D
Rod: ST. CROIX Triumph TRC60MF 6'
MEDIUM POWER FAST ACTION 10-17LB 1/4-3/4oz.
Clip: Force ten Stainless Duo Lock Snaps #2
Action: Steady retrieving
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Thank you very much.