Snapper Fishing Adventures So over next few months iill be fishing Below is my guides Tutorials Tips and trick page Enjoy .
Fishing Adventures Tips Tricks Fishing Snapper & More
Fishing Adventures for Australian Snapper.
Fishing for snapper can be very frustrating at times and over the years i have Become to realize Snapper can be Pretty much anywhere you find them. Depending what time of year your fishing & where your fishing it might be in Down South in South Aust or Victoria, Tasmania or up north in Sydney or Brisbane you could be over in the west in Perth w.a , Where ever your fishing for reds you can always give yourself a good fighting chance to catch a snapper by doing a few simple things .
Snapper fishing is pretty simple preparation is a the key my fishing trip start’s before the actual fishing rigging and planing day out , i like to use a few computer program’s & website’s to help me they are called navionic’s (pc software) in conjunction with google maps for where i will fish & Australia’s Bom websites for the weather, Wind ,Water Temp & weather willy for “tide’s only ” for the tide’s . first ill look up the tides on willy weather tides a few day’s out from my trip and being a fishermen i generally keep an eye on the weather on ” bom” all the time it has been a 2nd hobbie studying maps and wind charts sea current’s etc , i suppose it depend’s how serious you take your fishing . once i know my tides and i generally pick a tide change that is around sunrise or sunset . Then i will start to consider maps on Navionics & google as to where i want to fish , its very hard to explain were i go in a general sense .for me it all really depends on the time of year and the water temperature , every year snapper will migrate to spawn they will head into protected bay’s ,inlets & to shallow water reefs and the reason they do this is every year is to spawn and give there young a chance to survive and also means the fish will be feeding . down south this happens in spring (spawning) and up north & over in the west is generally in Winter . when the water temp in your area starts to get around the the 15 to 19 degree the fish will start school up and get bissy doing there thing .
Depending where you live for me i fish port phillip bay & western port so at the start of the season i find the fish will enter the bay’s and head shallow and keep tracking north like its a meeting place up port Melbourne & over in western port around joe’s and even further right up channels on high tides .