I went to East Point to fish in accordance with the incoming tide early in the morning.
The tides weren't big today.
The currents caused by tides were slowly.
In addition to that, the sea water was very clear.
Moreover, the sea surface was flat.
As might be expected, the results were poor.
I went to Fannie Bay next.
The tide was still coming in.
There were many big oyster-rocks in the water.
A barramundi was hiding in the structures in ambush for their bait fish in a very clear water, particularly, when the sea surface was flat.
I used a Bomber Long 15A with the same colour as the rocks in the water that can obtain a good fishing result even from cautious fish.
As a result, I caught a small barramundi at the fishing spot in Fannie Bay.
Barramundi #1012 in the morning April 30, 2016
I went home once.
Afternoon turned into evening.
I went fishing in different clothes to a shallow part of the sea where there were a lot of rocks at Myilly Point.
The tide was slowly coming in.
The wind had risen and the sea surface became wavy.
The water became murky in colour.
The productive fishing window opened for an hour at that spot without moving to other spot.
For the same reason I used a Bomber Long 15A with the same colour as the rocks.
The lure action was done by jerking my fishing rod because the sea surface was wavy.
62cm barramundi #1013 at sunset in April 30, 2016
Land based in Darwin
Colour: Chartreuse Flash / Black Back / Orange Belly
Where: Shallow water 30 - 50cm
Water: Murky Incoming
Line: Sufix 15LB braid
Leader line: Schneider 45LB
Knot: The Slim Beauty Knot
Reel: Shimano Stella 2500FE
Rod: Wilson Live Fibre Sportfishing Series Blade 'N' Tails Light
Clip: Force ten Stainless Duo Lock Snaps #2
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