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  • SHANE BLAIR

    Reply Reply June 15, 2021

    Hi Ryan, Do fingermark inhabit all the tropic areas? I fish around St.Lawrence and havent seen more than a handful caught in a long time. Because of the high tidal flows there doesnt seem to be alot of herring around and for that matter squid. Mainly Mullet. Lots of pop eyes. Water is very dirty and turbulent in general.
    I have caught quite a few in other areas such as Hinchenbrook and the gulf. They are such a great fish.

    • Karen Rudkin

      Reply Reply June 29, 2021

      Hi Shane, I haven’t fished St Lawrence but I have student in Rocky and Gladstone that are catching and also some from Hervey Bay. I know spearos in Hervey Bay that say they see big schools on the wreck on certain tides. While they don’t seem to be as common a capture as further north there is good numbers. The thing about the fingermark course too is it’s our only course that applies to several species with same foraging habits. The guys are killing it on the snapper off Brissy and I’m sure that would work up your way too especially this time of year. Cheers

  • Steve Pocock

    Reply Reply July 10, 2018

    Hi Ryan,

    Am currently choosing between Fingermark course and Wonky Holes course.

    I have a Lowrance Elite 7 Chirp sounder but not with sidescan. Can you find Wonky Holes without Sidescan? I note that the transducer you recommend is quite expensive.

    Have really enjoyed your videos so far and have done the Sounder Skills course

    Regards
    Steve Pocock

    • Ryan Moody

      Reply Reply July 11, 2018

      Hi Steve,
      We highly recommend having a side scan to find wonkys because unless you are right on top of the wonky you will miss it with only a down scan.
      Cheers Team Moody

  • Ryan Moody

    Reply Reply May 14, 2018

    Hi Mick, thanks for that tip mate! Hope you enjoyed the workshop. Cheers

  • Mick Saxby

    Reply Reply May 12, 2018

    Ryan,
    I noted in your fingermark presentation that you use a drawstring cast net to catch squid at night. This is a technique I previously used successfully for many years until I found out that having squid lights at night is the same technique that scientists use to attract irukandji jellyfish to a boat for capture. Wouldn’t want to accidentally find one of these with my squid so I have gone back to using jigs.

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