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Fishing Report October 2014 – Mornington Peninsula

Snapper is on the bite at the moment with eager fishermen heading out in their boats to try their hand at grabbing a boat full. If you're up for a nice dish of calamari, and you don't have a boat. Pack a couple of rods in the car and head to the usual suspects Portsea, Blairgowrie or Rosebud jetties. If you don't have any luck head to your local fish 'n' chips shop, immediately. Best time is at sunset! Other than that, flathead are on the bite. Don't forget, if you catch a great fish, send us in a pic and will…

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Snapper is on the bite at the moment with eager fishermen heading out in their boats to try their hand at grabbing a boat full.

If you’re up for a nice dish of calamari, and you don’t have a boat. Pack a couple of rods in the car and head to the usual suspects Portsea, Blairgowrie or Rosebud jetties. If you don’t have any luck head to your local fish ‘n’ chips shop, immediately.

Best time is at sunset!

Other than that, flathead are on the bite.

Don’t forget, if you catch a great fish, send us in a pic and will post it on our photo board!

Happy fishing!

About Chris Sutherland

Chris Sutherland is a passionate about fishing and writes articles for Dromana Boat Hire’s website. Chris is also Creative Director at Prolifik Communications—an advertising and web design agency in Melbourne.

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