Tumby Bay – fishing extravaganza


We stopped for a couple of days on the way down the Eyre Peninsula at a quiet town called Tumby Bay. The big jetty and favourable weather conditions found us spending quite a bit of time fishing.

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Oscar started getting excited when he saw me catch a squid, but when he stepped up the next day he couldn’t stop catching mackerel, one after another. So many in fact I was having trouble getting a line in. At the end of two days we had caught mackerel, tommy ruff, trevally, snook, garfish and had a bag full of bait for future expeditions squirrelled in the bottom of the freezer.

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2 thoughts on “Tumby Bay – fishing extravaganza

  1. Gareth

    they beat the ugly catfish I caught over the xmas hols

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    • Gareth how are you? I’m a bit behind on posts but have a couple of crackers due when I get a power source again. Need to get a new laptop battery! Where did you catch catfish?

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