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#1 delta18



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Posted 24 June 2009 - 11:07 AM

We have been having some stormy and wet weather lately - don't laugh, it is becoming a rarity of late.

Is there any thoughts of squidding taking the weather in mind?

In shallowish water, say to 11 meters, do they run for deeper water to hide?

Do they become more shy or more aggressive after a blow?

Is cloudy / rainy weather good or should we concentrate on those fine, sunny, glassy water days?

A few weeks ago I ventured out the day after a storm and couldn't get one touch so is this to be expected?

I have just ordered a couple new jigs from nautilussy and want to try them asap.


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#2 Baptism



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Posted 24 June 2009 - 06:05 PM

today was a great day.
after the morning rain i went down and just fished off the wharf.

netted me 12 squid in an hour.

going for snapper tomorrow :)
excellent bait!
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