Tackle World Exmouth Fishing report week # 3617
Wow, what a week we just had in Exmouth with the 50th Celebrations and town full of people. Also, with the training exerceise that Quadrant Energy and the Department of Transport arranged. With so many extra peole I town, many took advantage of the superb weather conditions and got out to wet a line. One vessel in the sail pass at town beach headed out to go for a fish and saw copious amounts of whales and calves. There were bait balls everywhere, yet the fish were not feeding at that exact time. Sometimes it jut takes the turn of the tide or rise of the moon to turn the fish in to ‘feed mode’ and that is what happened once the tide started to push in, with tuna coming closer to the surface and birds rising up to find the action. The water clarity in the gulf has been insanely terrific with blue clear water on the low tide and visibilty crystal from a cruising boat. When you see the water this clear in the gulf, we recommend going for a dive. That’s exactly what happened aboard the boat Spirited and resulted in some sweet coral trout for dinner, along with a black snapper that was baked whole the next night for dinner. Both fish fell to a spear and although there were plenty more fish from which to choose, only the two selected were taken to eat fresh. Peter Gates is up from Stratham for 3weeks to see family and get out for a fish. He managed to get out on one fo the best weather days to the isalnds surrounding the Exmouth gulf and jigged some rankin cod with Ross Lawrence and Kevin Durbano. Te guys were testing the new Shimano Stealth rods that are super light, yet strong and responsive. Paired up with a medium sized reel, 30lb braid and the entice jigs, resulted in a smashing session on the rankin. I can’t shout out loud enough to all the juniors that are possibly interested in the upcoming Australian Junior Billfish Tournament. We have at least two vessels that are keen to take out some kids and other teams that could use extra anglers. This event is designed to teach kids many things and we encourage all juniors to come down and see what has been caught each day over the weekend of the 29th Sept. There are some big squid getting about in the gulf at the moment. This, along with bait fish, certainly adds to the temptation for many predatory fish to enter the gulf, which is expected at this time of year. You can encounter all sorts of species in the gulf, but September and October are definitely a hot time for sports fish, whether you are chasing them on light line, medium line or fly fishing. We recommend using barbless hook if you intend releasing the fish and if you want to keep them, please remember to have plenty of ice, especially now that it is heating up for summer.
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Housekeeper Required Immediate Start Exmouth Escape Resort is seeking Housekeepers to join our small team. If you have an eye for detail and available to work weekends and school holidays please contact: Leah @ Exmouth Escape Resort on 9949 4800 email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or apply in person to Exmouth Escape Resort Reception Cnr of Murat Road and Welch Street
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Float Parade Invitation
EDHS invites you to come line Maidstone Crescent at 2pm on Saturday the 16th September as students parade their magnificent floats that they have been creating for the past two terms. Please see attached flyer with more information.
Lotterywest - Visit to Exmouth - Grants Information
Please be advised that Lotterywest representatives, Antony and Lee, will be in Exmouth between 15 to 17 September 2017. This is a great opportunity to learn about how Lotterywest may be able to support your organisation/community group financially (grants), as well as answer any questions you may have. Please refer to flyer attached.
Cleaner (Domestic Engineer) Wanted
At least 2 - 3 days a week or more. Skills required: be able to work in a team, takes iniative, hard worker, energetic, be positive, have a great eye for detail, great work ethic and reliable. Can follow instructions and have a laugh and a boogy when the music is pumping. It is 6-7 hours a day - hours are flexible. I like to employ and support local community. Please note - it's busy and primarily a holiday home service that means working on weekends and school holidays. Call Fiona if interested. 0417353721 Please text if I don't answer.
Yarn Art Reef Ningaloo Unveiling Friday 15th 12.30 Ningaloo Centre
After 18 months of work the amazing Yarn Art Reef Ningaloo will be unveiled on Friday 15th September at 12.30 at the Ningaloo Centre. Join us for the big reveal or come down over the weekend to be amazed at this community project to create a section of coral reef from yarn.
Special Story time at the Library
Story time at the library with special guest, Mrs Sarah McGowan, 11am Saturday 16th of September. See attached flyer