30 Dec 2015

Barramundi #995
Squidgies Fish
Saltwater culvert

It will have been raining two weeks tomorrow.
I couldn't expect this weather.

The sea was rough again today.
The sea water was muddy.
Normally, you would rather stay home than go out in this weather to fish.
However, there were some lulls in the rain for two days.
I went fishing to a saltwater culvert when it stopped at night.
The tide was full around 9:00pm.
21:07pm - 7.37m
The water depth of that culvert was getting shallower because of the deposition of sand and mud inside a water channel in recent years.
In addition, there were many obstacles to barramundi from swimming in the culvert.
It was difficult for a nice sized barramundi to swim through the culvert.
The water surface was flat.
Originally, the flat surface of the water should be very bad for fishing.
There was no moon light.
There were some very weak fish-strikings in the dark.

My fishing reel was very small in size tonight.
My fishing rod was very thin too.
I reduced the drag-force to the limits.
First, I hooked an about 50cm barramundi but couldn't land him.
That was just unlucky.
Finally, I caught a small barramundi in the culvert.
Of course, I released him in the water.
The mosquitoes were not terrible tonight.
That was very lucky.

December 29, 2015
Land based in Darwin

Squidgies Fish

Colour: Black Gold

Size: 80mm

Where: Shallow water 30cm - 50cm

Water: Murky Outgoing

Jig: #1/0, 1/8oz

Line: Fireline 10LB Braid

Leader: Jinkai 20LB

Knot: The Slim Beauty Knot

Reel: Shimano Sustain 1000FG

Rod: ST.CROIX  AVID/AVS66LF2 4-8LB 1/16-1/4oz. Fast action


Action:Steady retrieving

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