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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : February 25th 2009
46 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, February 26, 2009 SPORT Plenty of bream have been taken around Sydney, despite unfavourable conditions. Picture: Modern Fishing magazine Rain, rain, go away! JACK SCRINE Deputy editor, Modern Fishing magazine THE foul weather of the last week or so has no doubt kept a lot of anglers indoors, especially those in search of bluer waters outside the harbour and out wide. Lumpy seas, messy water and cold tem- peratures are but a few of the symptoms of these wintry conditions. Shark sightings (and sadly, attacks) have also been prevalent recently as a result of the prevailing murkiness. Remember though that increased shark activity in the harbour can only mean one thing -- there's more food in there for them to be chasing, which is a great sign for us fishos. Take advantage of the conditions and low light levels to target squid, which hunt more freely when the sun's not glaring. Use the bright fluorescent squid jigs available from most major tackle suppliers in the late afternoon or early morning for your best chance at success. When searching for squid, try to stay away from landlocked regions of the har- bour, which have become somewhat inun- dated with freshwater as a result of the rain. This affects the squidding, so head as close to the ocean as you can for best results. Otherwise, hit the usual harbour hotspots while it's rough outside. Anglers have been braving the rain around Botany Bay, Middle Harbour, Port Hacking and Fairlight in recent days, most coming home with feeds of flathead, flounder and bream. Small jewfish have fallen victim to soft plastics and fresh squid in the Cooks River, with the best results achieved by fishing next to bridge pylons. By-catches of greedy bream are likely. The wind and seas have started to die down now though, and the sun should even be showing its face, so offshore options are a lot more attractive in the coming week. VISIT connect to your community close to home matters Joe Blogs her Share your vie on local issue LEARN FROM THE WORLDS BEST Do you have the passion and desire to train and play professional football? COMMENCES - April School Holidays - 14th, 24th April ENQUIRIES - 0410972573 - email - firstname.lastname@example.org VENUE - Bill Anderson Park- Kemps Creek AGE GROUPS - 9 to 16 years PROUDLY SPONSORED BY - Liverpool (02) 9601 5999 Learn and experience ITALIAN FOOTBALL METHODS & TECHNIQUES Italian Football Clinic. Head Coach - ROSARIO RAMPANTI • Italian Federation Scout F.I.G.C. • Italian National u/15s, u/17s, u/21s Coach • Serie A Coach • Serie A Player • Professional Football Coach-Masters course, National School of Coaches Italian Football Federation F.I.G.C. IWW 2224285iL WK35 Then make sure you go to www.innerwestweekly.com.au to register your team for NRL Supercoach and NRL Tipping now on at Inner West Weekly NRL Tipping Top Tipper of the week $250 Overall competition winner $10,000 NRL Supercoach Coach of the week $500 Overall competition winner $25,000
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