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Nicholas Shelverton:
Does anyone know if anything is going around Red Rock? Going up there for a couple of days and might have a chance to throw in a line. Fish species, techniques etc?

banjo:

--- Quote from: Nicholas Shelverton on Friday,January 19 2018 21:26:18* ---Does anyone know if anything is going around Red Rock? Going up there for a couple of days and might have a chance to throw in a line. Fish species, techniques etc?

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sorry nic never fished it but im sure some one from that area can help you out with some info 

Nicholas Shelverton:

--- Quote from: banjo on Saturday,January 20 2018 07:12:13* ---sorry nic never fished it but im sure some one from that area can help you out with some info

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Thanks Banjo  bigtup

Will Mather:
looks good for crays and abs  biglol biglol

craytail99:

--- Quote from: Nicholas Shelverton on Friday,January 19 2018 21:26:18* ---Does anyone know if anything is going around Red Rock? Going up there for a couple of days and might have a chance to throw in a line. Fish species, techniques etc?

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Ahh the old Red Rock or as we used to call it Big Cock. Not sure about the crays and abs at that spot but there are crays and abs (green lip) in the general area so you might get lucky. Salmon, flathead, leather jackets, squid, gummy shark, wrasse are the norm with the odd and I do mean odd Snapper thrown in. Fairly easy place to fish all things considered.

If you serious about catching pump the burley......Its not the best spot going but it does have its day.

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