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bull island wooden bridge

Postby keem » Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:30 am

Hi folks has anyone fished this area at this time of year. I tried it for few hours last Sunday 2hours before hw and 1 hour after off wooden bridge and out along wall near last shelter and at end of breakwater, nada. Looks like flounder ground but very little info about. Your thoughts or pms would be treated in confidence.
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Re: bull island wooden bridge

Postby jaywalshe » Fri Mar 09, 2018 2:57 pm

keem wrote:Hi folks has anyone fished this area at this time of year. I tried it for few hours last Sunday 2hours before hw and 1 hour after off wooden bridge and out along wall near last shelter and at end of breakwater, nada. Looks like flounder ground but very little info about. Your thoughts or pms would be treated in confidence.
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Hi keem, I've fished this spot a few times recently. Heard reports of bass from spring to late summer. I've caught plenty of bass in bayside/kilbarrack area.
Anyway always blanked at the bridge. The only successful time for flounder was when I buried some groundbait at low tide out about 70/80 yrds. Was using rag on rhe hook.
Good luck, let me know how u get on.

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Re: bull island wooden bridge

Postby keem » Mon Mar 12, 2018 1:53 pm

Hi and thanks for info .. will let you know if I ve any luck but might be a few more weeks before I give it another try. cheers
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Re: bull island wooden bridge

Postby m.b3 » Sun Mar 18, 2018 12:32 am

mid april onwards generally best up until early january.
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Re: bull island wooden bridge

Postby MtlSix » Sun Mar 25, 2018 3:40 pm

Jaywalsh, where in the kilbarrack/Bayside area are you talking about? The little peir at the end of kilbarrack road?
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Re: bull island wooden bridge

Postby Steve » Wed Mar 28, 2018 4:40 pm

Had a feeling you would end up on this thread mb3 - how the hell are you Mark?! Still down in the Peoples Republic?
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Re: bull island wooden bridge

Postby jaywalshe » Wed Mar 28, 2018 5:24 pm

MtlSix wrote:Jaywalsh, where in the kilbarrack/Bayside area are you talking about? The little peir at the end of kilbarrack road?
They can be caught anywhere in the lagoon, most are caught at the little pier where you say because it's handy to fish there. Here's one,lolImage

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