Grumpy’s fishing report
17 November 2020 | Fishing
There were however some decent big fish caught with one such beast caught at the Super Tube in Henties Bay.
This particular kob catch weighed a whopping 24 kg.
Winston wreck’s fishing area was definitely the pick of the week with good fish being caught all day long.
The size of the kob was great too with fish in the region of the 5 kg’s range taking the bait readily.
The fish was a bit scares between Swakopmund and Henties Bay and one had to work to get some catches landed.
I must add that there was quite a variety of fish caught.
The Swakopmund Treshers had a fishing competition and the winner of the day was Alan Langenstrassen with 7 species of fish.
They fished from “Sam se huis” to Pelican point. This format of fishing entails the fishermen to target different species.
The anglers would try a variety of baits to target certain species. It’s a super fun way to fish and young and old can master this art.
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The ski boats are really into the thick of things, with deck loads full of snoek continuing to be caught.
The snoek are also not so far roughly about 10 nautical miles out from Swakopmund at the moment.
With the sea being calm the boats can quickly get to the fish and back to the launching place with ease.
There have been quite a few spotties around especially in the Mile 8 area for the shark anglers. Canopy and Watergat produced some steenbras as well as Skuinsrif way up north.
Conditions for the week will remain calm which is good news for the crayfish divers.
Until next week, tight lines!