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#1 davidmuir

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Posted 31 January 2010 - 04:53 PM

I was interested to do some fishing for squid from the beach. Area is lower york peninsular in south aust. Beach has wonderful pools and rock and weeded surrounds. Am I mad ? or would it be possible to catch squid from the beach ? Water depth above weedsand rocks is about 2 metres plus. Easy to cast into these areas.
I would be delighted to receive a reply ? Best rergards davidmuir
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#2 Nautilusly

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Posted 31 January 2010 - 09:48 PM

I was interested to do some fishing for squid from the beach. Area is lower york peninsular in south aust. Beach has wonderful pools and rock and weeded surrounds. Am I mad ? or would it be possible to catch squid from the beach ? Water depth above weedsand rocks is about 2 metres plus. Easy to cast into these areas.
I would be delighted to receive a reply ? Best rergards davidmuir


It is definitively possible to catch squid from the beach. i have seen squids attacking my soft plastics before, and i was working my lures on the beach in around 1 meter of water - but it doesnt happen often, and the squids are usually small. if you can find a rock to hop on and cast straight into the weedy area, you might have a better chance of success.
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#3 bluewaterhunter

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Posted 01 February 2010 - 05:53 PM

first question..are you talking about squid or calamari?

If it is the latter then yes, provided it is reasonably sheltered.

I would say most of the posts here are about calamari, not squid.

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#4 davidmuir

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Posted 02 February 2010 - 07:12 AM

first question..are you talking about squid or calamari?

If it is the latter then yes, provided it is reasonably sheltered.

I would say most of the posts here are about calamari, not squid.

cheers

Blue.


Thanks Blue for your advice. Have you any rigging suggestions ??
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