I went fishing at Mindil-beach rocks in the morning.
I was standing knee-deep in the water.
The water was cold and very clear.
The tide was going out.
There were many oyster-rocks in the shallow water.
If it were usual, I use some soft-plastic lures.
But I wanted to use a hard-body lure.
I had to use a light-weight lure scarcely being caught on an obstacle under water.
So I chose to use a Rapala Original 130mm / Gold made of wood.
Rightly, I had to adjust the fishing rod to the light-weight lure.
As a result, I chose to use a 1-3kg very light fishing rod.
Fortunately, my choices paid off and caught and released five small barramundi on a Rapala Original 130mm / Gold made of wood.
1/5 barramundi at Mindil-beach rocks
I met Keith Watson (Doc) for the first time in 3 years.
The tide was coming in.
The productive fishing window was short at that point.
He just returned after 3 years' absence.
But he showed me his masterly skill in his barramundi fishing again.
As a result, he caught 52cm barramundi and one more small barramundi on KO Tackle TailBaitz.
KO Tackle TailBaitz
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Thank you very much.