Fishing Headlands in winter can be very rewarding and can sometimes yield unusual catches.
In this episode Ryan fishes with his mates Bo and Sharkey. They hit the water over two half days fishing around the headlands of Hinchinbrook.
Fishing headlands in Winter
Ryan Moody Fishing lures
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I have caught Spanish Mackerel fishing around headlands in winter before.
But it was the first time I’ve caught a cobia on a vibe.
As you can see, fishing headlands in winter can be very productive.
Finding fish can be part of the problem for some.
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You won’t catch anything fishing headlands in winter unless you have a good understanding of your marine equipment.
If you don’t learn anything let me know and I’ll give you your money back.
Gear and tackle used.
During our fishing the headlands in winter video we used the following gear.
GARMIN 8412 and GT51 transducer. (find out why >>here)
As you can see by the video, you never know what river monster is going to jump on so don’t go under gunned.
Rod: Quantum Smoke Inshore 701SPH (Fingermark) Shimano Grappler 10kg S60-5 (Cobia)
Reel: Quantum Smoke S3 Inshore 40
Line: 30lb braid with 60lb Ande mono leader.
Perfection loop to attach lures.
I hope you enjoyed our fishing headlands in winter video.
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