The sun was flashing off the water which was so still it could have been a giant mirror

The sun was flashing off the water which was so still it could have been a giant mirror. It was a Nepa tide and I was looking for action. Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, here I come! Travelling up the the coast road to Sydney, the first day I stopped at Lakes Entrance. Five days later I drove into Karumba […]

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Karumba Tides: I wonder if the once-a-day tides makes the fish all confused, and easier to catch?

Karumba yekbivaru0026ureferrertitkfjs Tides When you travel around the coastline of Northern Australia, you soon notice something odd about the tides. Over on the West coast of Western Australia near Derby, you get your standard two high tides and two low tides a day and the difference between high and low tide can be up to 12 metres. But travel East […]

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The fingermark (Lutjanus johnii) – also known as spotted-scale sea perch, chopper bream, red bream, Cape reddy and golden snapper

The eryeevaru0026ureferrerznsnfjs wet is all but gone. The water is clear on the doubles. Lots of pelagic activity as the bait gathers up on the inshore sandbanks and gutters. It’s fingermark time. Meet Johnii – A Fish of Many Names The fingermark Lutjanus johnii – also known as spottedscale sea perch, chopper bream, red bream, Cape reddy and golden snapper […]

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