Sometimes relentless bad weather can result in a hectic fishing session if you brave the elements.
Not that we would ever suggest fishing beyond the capabilities of your boat. You always need to operate your vessel according to the conditions.
Which is why we anchored up the blue boat in Watson’s Bay, part of the Lizard Island National Park and took the big boat Mood Swings.
It’s easier to have a hectic fishing session in the blue boat.
Because the spot lock makes it easier to fish on small spots and the smaller boat is easier to manouvure.
However because we were on the southern side of the monsoon trough, the big east south easterly flow made it very hard to find anywhere to fish with the blue boat.
The only area in calm water is unfortunately green zone off the resort. We had already fished a tiny patch of semi-protected water adjacent to this area, with minimal success.
So we were left with no option but to crank up the big diesels and use our floating caravan as our fishing machine.
But not before we headed up Cook’s Look to get some internet reception.
And installed the new anchor relay switch that was flown in last night.
Join us for our hectic fishing session in Mood Swings, brought about by relentless bad weather!
FISH FINDER FUNDAMENTALS
Going remote in a boat is easier if you can catch good eating fish regularly.
Doing so requires a good understanding of your fish finding equipment.
Sounder Skills is only $20 Australian at the moment and well worth a look.
If you don’t learn anything let me know and I’ll give you your money back.