NSW. Narara creek Bream

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NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby kingfisher84 » Sat Feb 18, 2012 4:18 pm

First ever fishing report! Today i went to Narara creek for some lure casting, i was using squidgy pro soft plastics. It was about my 10th cast and i hooked onto my first fish it was a 32cm bream it wasnt a bad start. i started casting along the mangroves in about 2ft of water, it was about 45mins later until i hooked onto my 2nd bream.
After that not much happened the water is still really dirty so i thought i would call it a day.
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Re: NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby Junglefisher » Sat Feb 18, 2012 4:25 pm

Looks like a great day on the water and somew good fish as well.
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Re: NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby ohagas » Sat Feb 18, 2012 6:04 pm

nice work mate, you're not wrong about the water being dirty. Has been a hard season.
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Postby rino88 » Sat Feb 18, 2012 6:31 pm

Well done mate! Those squidgies are awesome :D What sort were you using? Style?
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Re: NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby garmac » Sat Feb 18, 2012 6:51 pm

Nice one mate! If you venture further out under the pcfc hwy bridge and into the small bay you might find a few more around the mangrove islands. Was a top day pity I had to paint my gutters :?
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Re: NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby kingfisher84 » Sat Feb 18, 2012 8:51 pm

ryanmoken10 wrote:Well done mate! Those squidgies are awesome :D What sort were you using? Style?

Hi Ryan. I was using the large double tail green prawn, works really well.
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Re: NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby dru » Sat Feb 18, 2012 8:56 pm

Kingfisher keep the reports coming. 8) it's pretty much always a great day when you've spent time yakking and hooking up.
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Re: NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby Barrabundy » Sat Feb 18, 2012 8:58 pm

First ever trip report and it's a bream, you know how hard they are to catch on a lure?....or is it just me?
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Re: NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby kingfisher84 » Sat Feb 18, 2012 11:21 pm

Barrabundy wrote:First ever trip report and it's a bream, you know how hard they are to catch on a lure?....or is it just me?

Hi barrabundy. There not the easiest fish to catch, if I'm chasing bream I use poppers over the oster racks, or just a soft plastic with no led I find thats the easiest way for me.
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Postby kingfisher84 » Sat Feb 18, 2012 11:40 pm

Barrabundy wrote:First ever trip report and it's a bream, you know how hard they are to catch on a lure?....or is it just me?

Hi barrabundy. There not the easiest fish to catch, if I'm chasing bream I use poppers over the oster racks, or just a soft plastic with no led I find thats the easiest way for me.
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Re: NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby rino88 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 9:10 am

kingfisher84 wrote:
ryanmoken10 wrote:Well done mate! Those squidgies are awesome :D What sort were you using? Style?

Hi Ryan. I was using the large double tail green prawn, works really well.


Nice work, will have to give them a go. I usually just hammer out a bloodworm wriggler, the bream usually can't get enough of them :D
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Re: NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby ronston » Sun Feb 19, 2012 7:40 pm

Nice work, looks like you had a great day.
The creek has been going off the last week or so, try up near the mouth as garth said.
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Re: NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby kingfisher84 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 9:21 pm

ronston wrote:Nice work, looks like you had a great day.
The creek has been going off the last week or so, try up near the mouth as garth said.


Hi ronnie. I got some nice estuary perch a couple of weeks ago at the bridge it's a nice little spot

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Re: NSW. Narara creek Bream

Postby kingfisher84 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 9:27 pm

garmac wrote:Nice one mate! If you venture further out under the pcfc hwy bridge and into the small bay you might find a few more around the mangrove islands. Was a top day pity I had to paint my gutters :?


Thanks garmac. I'll give it a go, it's a good spot to get away from boats.


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