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Roz McKenzie



Registered: February 2007
Location: Northern NSW & Agnes Water
Posts: 101
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A late afternoon fish last week turned up six snapper up to 4kg.


The water was not as clear as usual due to the floods in south east QLD, certainly brings on the snapper though.


Hung around for a while and watched the lunar eclipse, amazing to see a huge full moon turn red over the water.


cheers r.
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MARCO ANTONIO SILVA

Registered: February 2006
Location: São Paulo (BRASIL)
Posts: 1,655
Sun September 2, 2007 2:25am

Pretty fish Roz, in Brazil the name is Pargo and is small, 2 kg

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Marco Antonio (Brasil)
Roz McKenzie

Registered: February 2007
Location: Northern NSW & Agnes Water
Posts: 101
Sun September 2, 2007 2:40am

Hi Marco,


Very common fish here.


They do however grow to well over 15kg. I would be happy just to break the 10kg mark...come close a few times. I will do it though!!!


Snapper/Pargo under 2kg are locally called 'Squire', the larger fish are regularly caught off the South Australian coast. I fish off the Northern New South Wales coast where 14kg+ fish regularly come in.


They are good fighters and can be caught from the rocks or out wide & are a well regarded table fish.


I do prefer more tropical species.


cheers roz.
Paul Kneller

Registered: February 2006
Location: N.S.W Australia
Posts: 49
Tue September 4, 2007 9:51am

Hey Roz. Where abouts in the Northern Rivers do ya fish? I live near Yamba and fish a lot offshore. Pelagics in the summer and Snapper in the winter. Agnes waters is a beautiful spot as well, spent a week there a few years back. Love Deepwater creek and Baffle creek. Cheers Paul.
Roz McKenzie

Registered: February 2007
Location: Northern NSW & Agnes Water
Posts: 101
Wed September 5, 2007 3:16am

Hey Paul,


I'm at Woolgoolga down near Coffs, I also have a place at Agnes and like you I chase pelagics up there in the warmer months, although winter doesn't happen at Agnes. I've fished Deepwater & know it well, magic place for mangrove jacks and still untouch IMO. Have you ever fished off flat rock at Baffle? Plenty of jacks there as well. But the best of the lot would have to be Pancake creek, only accessable by boat from 1770/agnes, take the snorkle gear for the coral and the lures for just about everything with scales!!!


cheers roz.
Paul Kneller

Registered: February 2006
Location: N.S.W Australia
Posts: 49
Wed September 5, 2007 8:48am

Woolgoolga! Hard name to say, nice place to stay! as well as Agnes? you are blessed. I got a tackle shop in the middle of Maclean,on the left heading north, next time you are passing and need a break drop in say hello to me and missus. Cheers Paul


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