Night Fishing Gummy Shark Port Phillip Bay Viedo
Below is short video catching a gummy shark in Port Phillip Bay.
We went fishing out into Port Phillip Bay targeting gummy Sharks. in the video, we are using a 10 to 15kg rod & reel Combo Spooled with 80lb bread. the Spec’s rod is a Shimano Blue Graphite 10-15kg 701 1pc. The Fishing reel is an Okuma Ceymar Size 6500 Spooled with Shimano Power pro braid. There are better combo’s but this is a good mid-range set up.Below you can see the image of the rod and reel
I use Reedy’s Rigs Dominator Circle Hooks.
Circle hooks are fish-friendly hooks that are perfect for catching large fresh water or salt water game fish such as the Australian Snapper to Marlin. These hooks come with a unique circular design which kills the guy hooking fish at the same time as the bait is swallowed.
I use to be a Gamakatsu fan but my go to circle hook now are now reedy’s dominators because of the wide gape & thinker gauge they are fantastic for gummy sharks. Reedy’s 8/0, 9/0 circle is my preferred a size.
About Dominator Circle’s How they hook Fishing
So when you pull on the line, the hook slides forward till it reaches into the mouth of the fish. It then lodges securely into the side of the fish’s mouth. Normally, circular hooks are used for saltwater fishing, but these days they are used in freshwater fishing as well.
Reedy’s Circle Hooks are among the best you can buy in the marketplace. They have a highly efficient design and do exactly what is advertised – they help you catch bigger and feistier Snapper fish.