BJT March/April CR- interesting catches

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BJT March/April CR- interesting catches

Post by SoggyCookies » Thu Apr 11, 2019 7:17 pm

Some of the less common stuff I found fishing at BJT across a few trips in March & April so far
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Keep the smaller ones, release the bigger ones 🤗

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Re: BJT March/April CR- interesting catches

Post by Peace » Sat Apr 13, 2019 6:20 pm

Interesting catches and they're definitely the less common species in our waters, you must be a frequent visitor to BJT. ;) There's usually plenty of action if you use sabiki jig with prawn meat there, and more often so there will be puffers chewing off your hooks.

Thanks for sharing your catches!

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Re: BJT March/April CR- interesting catches

Post by SoggyCookies » Sat Apr 13, 2019 7:24 pm

Thanks Peace!

You're absolutely right, I frequent BJT cause I don't go offshore all that often and my interest is in landing different species. The thrill is definitely in the unknown for me, and BJT, while admittedly overfished- is perhaps one of the most convenient places to find a variety of species without going out to sea by boat or island hopping.

Glad to share my finds here too :D

Cheers!
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