9 Aug 2016

66cm Barramundi #1028
Squidgy Pro Mongrel

Saturday, I went to Channel Island to fish by my 150cc scooter.

The tides

I waded through the shallow water to get the chance to catch a barramundi.

It was a moderate breeze, coming from the sea to the land.
The water was slightly murky.
It needed a bit of courage when I waded through the shallow water.
I sometimes dragged in a deep mud.
But somehow, I managed to stagger to the mud flat as a destination.

It occurred to me.
Some people will be curious to hear about the tide.
Some people said the full moon effect the fishing very much.
I wonder if they mean that the very bright moon light effects the fishing very much, or the tides at the full moon effects the fishing very much.
They need not have worried about the full moon so seriously in regards to barramundi.
It depends on places and circumstances.
The best tide shifts with the best fishing point every hour.
Moreover, not everything works according to theory.
However, planning out the fishing strategy is beneficial for your future fishing results.

As a result, I caught a 66cm dry-season's barramundi on a Squidgy Pro Mongrel 90mm Aussie Herring.

August 6, 2016 66cm Barramundi
Land based in Darwin

This 90mm Mongrel is very easy to use.

Squidgy Pro Mongrel

Colour:  Aussie Herring

Size: 90mm.

Where: Shallow water 30cm - 50cm

Water: Clear-Murky Outgoing

Line: Toray Jigging PE 30lb

Leader line:  Schneider 45LB

Knot: The Slim Beauty Knot

Jighead: Owner Nitro Jigheads 1/4oz #1/0

Reel: Shimano Scorpion 1500XT


Clip: Force ten Stainless Duo Lock Snaps #2

Action: Steady retrieving

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