Today at Apollo Bay, Tristan, Michael & Reece in their boat “Hoodlum” landed a 134kg fish. They hooked up in the 70meter mark off Point Franklin, and had him on for approx 1.5hrs.  (Thanks to “Surf and fish Apollo Bay” for the report.)49_dsc00892_944312_med

Ashley and Neville Dance and Matt Burgess went for a late afternoon fish off Warrnambool today when the wind settled a bit, and got straight into the tuna, getting one on a Halco diver and two on metal slugs.  They are only a couple of kilometres out.10376151_10152087755426244_4653711894030058813_n 10441135_10152087678256244_1089316233013018247_n

Rhooky took his son Shannon (pictured), Darcy and Travis Graham out for a quick afternoon trip off Warrnambool as well, keeping 4 and letting 7 go.IMG_5079 IMG_5080

Matty Cook yesterday headed out wide off Warrnambool, catching tuna and dolphinfish.  The economical Suzuki DF140ATL motor used an economical 72.5 litres on a trip of 159 kilometres.IMG_5081 IMG_5082 IMG_5083

Matt Chadderton, Andrew Smith and Simon Lucas had no trouble finding tuna in 300-400m off Portland on Friday, bagging out by 10:30 and releasing another 5, plus losing a few, and a couple of albies.  No shortage of fish, with 4 and 5-way hookups.IMG_5084

Jamie McLaren and Simon Nolan had a good day off Port Fairy, trolling through the schools of tuna with a hookup that didn’t stick, and then onto a mark that produced this nice 6kg snapper.IMG_5073

Paul, Mohammed and Janaka bagged out on tuna yesterday in 40m of water off Warrnambool.IMG_5071 IMG_5072