Monthly Archives: "May, 2016"

Gold coast Cobia fishing.
Gold coast Cobia fishing , Australia
Gold coast Cobia fishing Rachycentron Canadum Gold Coast Cobia fishing can be a rewarding experience. There are few fish that can rival the fighting ability of the mighty Cobia. Autumn and Winter months are the prime time to target these brutes on the close reefs off the Gold coast. Big cobia tend to trail whales and sharks looking for scraps of food. If there is whales or sharks in the area you can be sure that the packs of cobia wont...

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Fish Recipes
Fish recipes Many of our satisfied Gold coast fishing charter customers ask us how to prepare and cook their catch, below is a variety of delicous fish recipes you can use to turn your catch into a gourmet feast. Mark's beer batter a simple and easy way to cook fish fillets Ingredients 1 can of xxxx Gold or similar light to mid strength beer 2 egg whites, beaten 2 teaspoons of olive oil pinch of salt and pepper 2 cups of plain flour Mix all ingredients together, add flour last, then...

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Wahoo fishing charters gold coast
Wahoo Fishing - Gold Coast Charters Fishing for Wahoo. Wahoo are a pelagic fish species that frequent Gold coast waters between December and April. Wahoo are very similar in shape to a Mackerel but can be distinguished by its different jaw shape, and the length of its dorsal fin. Not to mention its colour pattern of cobalt blue bars over their long streamline silver sides. A big wahoo is a truly majestic fish when first removed from the water. By the...

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Tuna fishing Gold coast
Tuna fishing gold coast
Tuna fishing Gold coast Tips for Tuna fishing gold coast Australia. Tuna Types Tuna are a highly prized saltwater game fish. There is no doubt that most of the tuna species grow to a hefty size and size making them an excellent game fishing target species. There are several species of tuna including the Yellowfin, mackerel, Striped, bonito and bluefin. Plenty of Tuna are caught by offshore anglers year round off the Gold coast just an hour south of Brisbane. The main...

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Bottom reef fishing gold coast
Teraglin fishing gold coast
Teraglin fishing Gold coast Teraglin also known as Trag or Trag jewfish The humble Teraglin is often confused with its larger cousin the mighty Mulloway. The main difference is in the shape of their tail fin. Teraglin are also often referred to as Trag or Trag jewfish. Additionally these fish are available in good numbers off the coast of south east Queensland. They can found on the Gold coasts local reefs in depths between 30-75 metres. Unfortunately Trag don't grow as...

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Trolling tips
Sailfish Gold coast
Gold coast sailfish Sailfish are reasonably common in Gold coast waters throughout the summer months, They like to live in warmer sections of all the oceans of the world. They are blue to grey in colour and have a distinctive dorsal fin that is also known as a sail, which often stretches the entire length of the back. Another characteristic is the bill, resembling that of the Broadbill swordfish other Marlin species. They are a highly regarded Game fish in...

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Mulloway fishing gold coast
Mulloway Fishing Gold Coast
Mulloway Fishing Gold coast Fishing for Mulloway on the Gold coast requires a lot of patience but can very rewarding. Mulloway are often targeted anglers, and days and nights can be spent trying to catch the bigger fish. However more often than not. We find we catch them when not specifically targeting them. They often turn up out of the blue on some of the gold coasts shallower reefs between 10-26 fathoms, they can also be caught off local beaches...

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Mahi mahi fishing gold coast
Mahi Mahi Fishing Gold Coast
Mahi mahi fishing Gold coast The Mahi-mahi is not related to the Dolphin, even though it is commonly refered to as Dolphin fish and Dorado. English language adopted the Hawaiian word mahi-mahi. Large Mahi mahi are regularly caught off the Gold coast during the summer months. Mahi-mahi live 4 to 5 years and are a very fast growing species. Catches average 4 to 13 kilograms (15 to 29 lb). They seldom exceed 15 kilograms (33lb), and any mahi-mahi over 18 kilograms (40lb) is...

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Gold coast mackerel fishing
Gold coast Mackerel Fishing
Gold coast mackerel fishing Spaniards, spotties, Schoolies Scombridae family Best time for Gold coast mackerel fishing January-May Mackerel are one of the oceans fastest pelagic species, with razor sharp dentures and blistering high speed runs, big mackerel provide great sport and quality eating for those that actively target them off the coast of south east Queensland. Species available include Spanish mackerel (also known as narrow barred mackerel and spaniards), Spotted mackerel (Spotties) and school mackerel (Schoolies). The Gold coast gets a reasonable run of all...

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Snapper fishing gold coast
Snapper fishing gold coast
SNAPPER FISHING GOLD COAST, TIPS AND TECHNIQUES, BAIT AND BURLEY HOW TO CATCH BIG SNAPPER ON THE GOLD COAST. Snapper fishing Gold coast (knobbies, pinkies, red bream, squire) Pagrus auratus Snapper are about all year round. But many of the larger fish tend to turn up on the Gold coasts shallow reefs during the cooler months (may-September). The winter period offers good conditions for targeting snapper on the Gold coasts close reef systems. Westerly winds tend to flatten the seas. In turn...

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