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Offline jewwie

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Re: Tailor
« Reply #15 on: Wed 24 May 20:30 2017 »
Heading to Fraser for a few days tomorrow.  I will be posting lots of picks of all the tailor I will be catching ;D.  Stay tuned!

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Re: Tailor
« Reply #16 on: Wed 24 May 21:44 2017 »
Might be a tad early for Fraser ...
They get real thick August - September

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Re: Tailor
« Reply #17 on: Sat 27 May 17:20 2017 »
Nice little bit of water on the low tide at Narrow neck,My July special.
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    Offline jewwie

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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #18 on: Mon 29 May 20:33 2017 »
    No tailor at Fraser (didn't see any caught) but plenty of dart, bream and whiting.  I'll be there again in 4 weeks to try again!

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    Offline beach bum

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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #19 on: Fri 2 Jun 19:41 2017 »
    Had another job down the coast this morning and drove up the esplanade North of cavil av there is good looking water for a high tide sunset session from life guard tower 36 up to 38 and again at narrow neck in front of Waterford on main but there's council works on the foot path n less than normal parking there at the moment.
    Looking forward to the next trip

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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #20 on: Sat 3 Jun 11:16 2017 »
    beach bum,

    Thanks for the report, might give Tweed Heads near SPJ ago next month bit before sunrise
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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #21 on: Fri 30 Jun 05:18 2017 »
    razza and myself went to phillip park last night
    we fished in a good gutter till dark
     not a bite so headed home
     pete
    « Last Edit: Fri 30 Jun 06:37 2017 by rosco »

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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #22 on: Fri 30 Jun 10:36 2017 »
    I had the same result as outsiderskip down at Fingal. Only bonus last night was I didn't have to wash the rods today as it belted down rain all night.

    I think the water temps have changed for good and the tailor don't have to go as far to breed. South West Rocks might be the new Fraser.
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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #23 on: Fri 30 Jun 17:05 2017 »
    Just back from Fraser fishe'd between Indian head and the cape didn't see any tailor caught in the last week.Danny

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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #24 on: Fri 30 Jun 19:20 2017 »
    I had the same result as outsiderskip down at Fingal. Only bonus last night was I didn't have to wash the rods today as it belted down rain all night.


    I think the water temps have changed for good and the tailor don't have to go as far to breed. South West Rocks might be the new Fraser.
    might need do a trip further down myself

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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #25 on: Fri 30 Jun 20:23 2017 »
    Further south is the go, some areas they are around all year in good numbers

    Going down to Blackrock / Wooyung about 3 or 4 weeks time, then might try Ballina Rockwall and play dodge the snakes that like the area.
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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #26 on: Fri 30 Jun 21:10 2017 »
    Wooyung fired on wednesday night with a local walking away after 30 minutes bagged out with 50-65cm fish.......mate has a weekender van at wooyung and gets almost daily reports.

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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #27 on: Fri 30 Jun 23:48 2017 »
    mangajack,

    Thanks for the report, those council mongrels placed big boulders so no one can drive onto a section where you can be off the road and same time keep an eye on the car.
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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #28 on: Sat 1 Jul 13:09 2017 »
    Gold Coast / Southport will be better in two weeks time tide wise ,chances are tailor will be more available then. They are appearing late this year.
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    Re: Tailor
    « Reply #29 on: Sat 1 Jul 14:07 2017 »
    mangajack,

    Thanks for the report, those council mongrels placed big boulders so no one can drive onto a section where you can be off the road and same time keep an eye on the car.
    EASY on us poor old council workers.some bureaucrat told them where to put em
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