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Managed to get down to Jervis bay for the weekend. Got down Saturday morning at about 9:30 and launched at callala bay at about 10:30. Anchored in about 3 meters of water in sand and was targetting flathead on soft plastic, no success.

Started trolling a soft plastic in between the anchored yachts and no bites.

Then got my other rod and though i might troll over to the rocks, and then slowly drift back. I picked up some speed, casted out my squid jig and put it in the berkley rod holder, and just before i was about to start paddling again i got a bite. Slowly brang the squid in, let him shoot out all his ink and then got him on the yak.
Then whilst drifting back down to the jetty, i managed to get a good bite, lost it and then another bite, not sure wether it was the same squid or not but the first bite was alot stronger.

By then it was about 1 and i headed back home to have some lunch. By lunch i mean eating my calamari. :D
 

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tried to get onto this beach , but it was very windy and too much seaweed, i've always managed to catch flathead on sp here off the beach, its also full of whiting and bream.

During summer i'm going to want to fish in myola river (curumbene creek) at huskinson.
 

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you will very rarely find squid on sand, although sometimes they are there.
I've mainly caught them over complete seaweed in about 2-5 meters of water.
Its hard to describe the type of weed. Its a greeny brown, and its like a bunch of strips of sticky tape. lol
When i see that seaweed i know that there are squid there.
 

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I'm trying to find a picture of the particular weed but cant seem to find one, if anyone knows the type of weed that im talking about, post a picture if you have one.
 

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Nice squidding Vuki. I think you mean ribbon weed, although there are probably many varieties of it. It does tend to attract squid, chasing the shrimp and fish that take refuge in it.
 
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