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Offline outsiderskip

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chasing tailor
« on: Sun 5 May 19:14 2019 »
we started at phillip parkat low tide
as far as the eye could we couldnt find a deep hole or a gutter
so we headed up to the pumping station
so a hole or gutter to be seen
 so headed home without throwing a line in
 always next time
 pete

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Offline bondy99

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Re: chasing tailor
« Reply #1 on: Sun 5 May 20:22 2019 »
Them the breaks skip, might be better down south near Fingal Head.

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    Re: chasing tailor
    « Reply #2 on: Mon 6 May 09:15 2019 »
    Some good gutters on Sth Straddie Skip...if you're prepared to leave your boat unattended or get dropped off.
    I know one fella who leaves the donk running and hangs off the back of the swells and pulls the fish away from the break! (you'd have to have someone on the throttle all the time, I'd reckon)

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    Evans' fishing ok after the holidays, also the North Wall at Ballina, but it gets crowded.

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    Offline MICHAELG

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    Re: chasing tailor
    « Reply #3 on: Mon 6 May 18:47 2019 »
    Howdy skip

    I did south straddie last night and this morning. Great gutter but only 2 dart
    Both sessions pretty disappointing

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    Re: chasing tailor
    « Reply #4 on: Tue 7 May 09:21 2019 »
    Water was warm down on the tweed beaches on Friday.
    I didnít see any whales migrating yet either so maybe a bit early for tailor.
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    Re: chasing tailor
    « Reply #5 on: Tue 7 May 16:49 2019 »
    Rainbow loriketts are back so cold weather and water is due.
    Means last of the prawns for couple months.

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    Re: chasing tailor
    « Reply #6 on: Thu 9 May 19:54 2019 »
    Water was warm down on the tweed beaches on Friday.
    I didnít see any whales migrating yet either so maybe a bit early for tailor.

    Surfed in boardies from sun up this morning just south of Tweed. Plenty of bait fish being chased by 'something' around 7am.

    Can confirm, no whales.

    'could' be a few gutters and nice set ups around though 😉
    When my wife calls, tell her I'm in "Ah Me Ting".

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    Re: chasing tailor
    « Reply #7 on: Sun 12 May 09:54 2019 »
    ....

    'could' be a few gutters and nice set ups around though 😉

    New southerly swell is already showing signs of havoc. The good sand banks and gutters we had do not look like they'll survive the southerly sweep, aka 'hueys hands'. ☹️
    When my wife calls, tell her I'm in "Ah Me Ting".

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