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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2016, 21:54 
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G'day everyone,

Just thought I would let everyone know of my latest dive at Saint Kilda Pier.
I live very close to the pier and thought i would give the pier a shot and see what was lurking around. i went in with very low expectations, and boy was i disappointed hahaha.
The biggest problem with the pier was the visibility, i couldn't see the end of my gun! let alone any fish.... after swimming around for 10 mins i returned home after posing for a couple pictures with the tourists on the pier.
A bit of a waist of time but at least i know that i am not missing out on anything.

If anyone knows of any other spots around the Port Melbourne to Sandringham area let me know.
Thanks


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PostPosted: 09 Dec 2016, 08:51 
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There are heaps of spots all the way down to the border of the Beaumaris Marine Park ( Fourth St.)
Sandringham is going off at the moment with Bream, Snapper, Snook, Fathead and more.
Water is 19.5 degree with 8m vis! I have only seen it that clear once before.
I had a cracking dive their last Wednesday afternoon.


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PostPosted: 09 Dec 2016, 10:15 
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Thanks man, Sounds great!
R u just going off the beach near the car park at Sandringham?
I'll have to give it a try


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It is illegal to spear within 30 metres of any pier in this state.


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PostPosted: 10 Dec 2016, 17:24 
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Very well aware of this law Brett, and I kept my distance from the pier itself.
An interesting question would be is entering and exiting the water from the pier illegal even if you keep a distance when fishing?


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