Monthly Archives: September 2008

Trolling for marlin

I plan to troll South Gutter, North Gutter and the Fentons each set of neap tides until the monsoon sets in. This helps me get waypoints for bottom fishing for the next FISH FINDER book, while also giving me a … Continue reading

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Weird Fish

I caught this with a landing net under a floodlight at night in a Kimberley bay during my recent trip with Mal Miles. This strange fish had skin like a leatherjacket, a tiny upturned mouth and a goatee on its … Continue reading

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Poxy Marlin

A couple of the marlin we caught on the recent Darwin Bluewater Charters expedition to the Kimberley had these parasite-like lumps on them. I did not have a closer look at the time so I don’t know if they were … Continue reading

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Personal Best GT

I just did a 10-day Kimberley research trip with Darwin Bluewater Charters on board Mal Miles’ mothership Hyland-C. The trip was awesome with unbelievable weather and Mal found some great new grounds for trophy fish. The Kimberley coast is amazing … Continue reading

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