I went to Mindil beach to fish on Sunday afternoon.
It was very windy.
The sea was wavy.
The height of those waves was all I could fish barramundi on shore.
I thought hopes were slim.
Still, I wanted to catch a barramundi.
I found it was difficult to catch barramundi.
When I am in trouble and need a good lure, I use a Squidgies Fish.
Squidgies Fish is a lure I can rely on when the barramundi do not bite.
As a result, I caught a very small barramundi.
Small barramundi / Sunday afternoon July 2, 2017
Squidgies Fish 80mm, Black/Gold, 1/6oz, #1/0
When it became Tuesday afternoon, the sea was slightly wavy.
I went fishing to East point after work.
The sun was quickly sinking.
I used a Zerek Live Shrimp 127mm with attracting barramundi by properly adjusting the winding speed fitting to the condition of the actual fishing spot.
There was big rocks covered with oysters in water.
I caught a 53cm barramundi.
I tried to protect a fishing line from being broken even when dragged rapidly by a nice sized barramundi.
The Jagla setting did good work again.
After all, my fishing result is up to the wind condition.
53cm barramundi / Tuesday evening July 4, 2017
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 1500XT
Rod: ST. CROIX Triumph TRC60MF 6'
Medium Power Fast Action 10-17LB 1/4-3/4oz.
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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