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Darcy managed to have his arms stretched by a cracker longtail tuna – a few feeds out of this  sh.
Drew and his father Wade took a trip out to the usual spot in the bay, but in true fashion the snapper didn’t get the memo and failed to turn up.
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up a couple of what I thought were monsters over the years but look- ing at that beast, I think Jet has put myself and a few others to shame.
Moreton Island with the family to chill for a few days.
perfect, but the Nomad Styx Minnow did the damage on the local flathead population.
At age 16, Jet has done an outstanding job with his catch, and I dare say that over the next few years he – and his ad- ventures of chasing the big game out there – is going to be one fisher to follow.
Any keen young an- gler knows that you can only relax for so long before you need to wet a line – Tori included.
If you want to have a crack at an estuary char- ter, jump onto Sandbar Charters on Facebook.
We will keep you posted, and we hope your arms return to their normal size soon Jet!
Now you need to hit up the flathead and bream along the Sandgate- Brighton foreshore!
Darcy managed to get out and have his arms stretched a bit with a cracker longtail tuna – quite a few feeds will be coming out of this monster.
Moreton Island was a destination for many families over the school break, and young Tori did just that – hitting
As we all know, when you head out to More- ton Bay, there is a fairly good chance that the taxman will pay you a visit.
Generally, it doesn’t matter if you’re boating on Moreton Bay, tak- ing a charter or if you have been land-based, we are seeing cracker catches being taken and many from our younger anglers.
He headed to the jetty and got stuck right in.
Overall, the More- ton Bay region has been turning all the right cards for our lo- cal fishos, with cobia, snapper, yellowfin tuna, dollies, great whiting and flathead making for fantastic action.
With a smile on his face, Tori did a great job.
Job done Tori.
As you can see by the smile on his face,Tori did a great job.
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Dave said the condi- tions may not have been
Maintain the passion!
After cruising to a couple of other spots, they finally started to turn the reels and cap- tured a couple of qual- ity snapper.
There are numerous awesome female an- glers out there who love to wet a line, and I must say from experience these fishers put many seasoned piscators to shame on countless oc- casions.
I don’t know if it was because of Drew’s age but the taxman had appeared to lower his rates and took only a small slice of his snap- per.
So, if you have a fe- male angler partner, friend, best mate or a junior angler who you feel should be repre- sented, send a photo to Tackle Land of them with their catch and a bit of a story – we’ll do our best to put them in the spotlight.
Good one Drew, and you came away with more than the rest of us normally do.
Dave from Sandbar Charters managed to take a day off and hit Pumicestone Passage to troll a couple of the new Nomad lures on the market.
Until next month, be safe and fish hard.

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