All of the Ports famous species go under the microscope looking at places to find them, how to catch them and any specific tips that might put the numbers in your favour. Western Port is then broken up into many area specific maps with each area analysed for its full fishing potential. Not one stone has been left unturned in an effort to help you find more fish. With the help of many good friends and excellent anglers Paul Worsteling has compiled 121 amazing GPS marks from around the Port and offshore that are almost guaranteed to provide results. The author has been fishing Western Port for over two decades and literally knows it like the back of his hand. The publication starts and ends with exactly the same sentence that makes a whole lot of sense as to why this area is so popular with so many anglers. The great thing about Western Port is that you can always find a fish somewhere, and you can always find somewhere to fish.This is the ultimate guide to fishing Western Port. ... Kilcunda Offshore (Thresher sharks) S38 33 483 E 145 27 242 153: Kilcunda Offshore (Reef snapper) S 38 35 059 E 145 25 250 154: Woolamai Kink (Makos, blues, threshers) S 38 38 287 Eanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fishing Western Port|
|Author||:||Paul Worsteling, Jack Crowley|
|Publisher||:||Australian Fishing Network - 2000|