13 Jun 2017

Barramundi #1067-1068
Zerek Live Shrimp 127mm
Jagla setting
Cold water season

Even though it was very windy until Sunday, it was slightly windy in the morning on Monday.
I went fishing to Mindil beach.
The sea water was very clear and cold.
Most of people think we can't enjoy barramundi fishing in the cold water season.
They are probably possessed with the motion.
The fact that barramundi are still alive in the cold water means barramundi still have to eat to live.
Most of barramundi has no lean body in the cold water season.
On the contrary, they have a fatty solid body.

In my case, it is not easy to fish on shore in our wet season because of the very wavy sea.
To begin with, I can't fish barramundi on lure on shore on a rainy day.
I prefer our dry season to our wet season in my land based barramundi fishing.
The best thing is that it is nice during the cold water season.

Barramundi start to have a very high cautiousness in a very clear and cold water.
This is the point to which we must pay particular attention.
The tendencies of the large outbreak of jelly-prawns affect fishing results.
The right barramundi fishing would result in the cold water season.
The productive fishing condition in the afternoon or in the night time is, if anything, better than in the early morning.

I caught a small mangrovejack and two small barramundi on Zerek Live Shrimp 127mm with the Jagla setting at Mindil beach in the late morning.
You can view video image that shows some aspects of my real land based fishing at Mindil beach.

Barramundi #1067 / June 12, 2017

Barramundi #1068 / June 12, 2017

Zerek Live Shrimp with the Jagla setting

Size: 127mm

Where: Shallow water 30cm - 50cm

Water: Very clear and cold Outgoing

Line: Fins 30LB

Leader line: Sunline FC Rock Fluorocarbon 40LB

Knot: The Slim Beauty

Reel: Shimano Scorpion 70XG


Clip: Force ten Stainless Duo Lock Snaps #3

W-hook: OWNER Cultiva Stinger Double hook SD-36 #4

Action: Steady retrieving

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