Western Port's snapper fishing continues to provide some excitement for anglers around Melbourne, as the fish have stayed more consistent than that of
PPB this season. There are snapper now in just about all pockets of the port, and you can target the fish without having to sit next to 500 other boats.
Young gun Ashie Damelio is pretty excited with the nice fish he caught with dad Steve out towards Sandy Point recently.
Customers Graeme and Mick have been getting into heaps of big pinkies and school sized snapper both from the Corals and also further up the bay in the
Lysaughts area. Both squid and pilchard have been the best baits, between either baits separate or mixing up both known as the 'squidbomb' and 'superchunk'.
If you haven't seen or used these baits ask us in store how you can rig them up.
Towards the Eastern arm customer Justin has been landing some solid fish, with his best going just over 9kg or the magic 20lb mark. Just has been fishing
chunk baits of freshly caught yakka, couta and pike to land the bigger fish.
In the same region over towards Ryhll customer Tony has been fishing with mates Shar and Troy. The boys have landed nice snapper to 6kg in 17m of water,
with fresh squid and pike doing well. Strip baits have been more effective in the faster current, with chunks and rings providing more movement and
attraction when the tides have either slowed or been smaller.