It rained hard on the previous day.
There was much fresh water in the shallow water.
We didn't have any fish bites for a while.
It was sunny, but in the meantime it began to rain.
I thought that the sky looked lowering, but it wouldn't be much of a storm.
I spoke to Keith.
"The very beginning of rain is a big chance to catch a barramundi on shore."
Rainfalls and clouds changed the water colour of the sea from moment to moment.
We matched the colour of our lures with the constantly varying water colour.
Keith used Berkley Gulp Swimming Mullet 10cm Pumpkinseed.
As a result, he caught a 62cm barramundi.
I was casting lures at a deeper water than Keith's fishing point.
The reason I chose Squidgy Pro Mongrel 90mm Aussie Herring was because its colour also matched with the water colour.
As a result, I caught a 64cm barramundi.
Things did go by theory this time.
Squidgy Pro Mongrel
Colour: Aussie Herring
Where: Shallow water 30cm - 50cm
Water: Murky Outgoing
Line: Surfix 832, 20lb
Leader line: Black magic 40lb
Knot: The Slim Beauty
Jighead: Owner 1/4oz #1/0
Reel: Shimano Scorpion 70XG
Rod: Atomic Majar Craft Arrowz Barra AAB-60M 6'0" Lure: 7-28g Line: 10-16lb
Clip: Force ten Stainless Duo Lock Snaps #2
Action: Steady retrieve
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