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Once on the water you add water quality, water temperature, current and local conditions. If you see reports where anglers did catch fish, try and work out time of day, methods used and the spots they fished. This decision is invariably based on cumulative experience, local knowledge and current data.
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A fishing plan is always at risk of failure, and all your available intel is the building blocks of risk minimisation. Rule 2. Go through each outfit carefully prior to the event. Sort out all the leaders prior to going on the water, lay all the outfits down in front of you and go through a scenario-based check list. As an example, I often use six or more different outfits in a single session chasing flathead, and from time to time small threadlines move from one rod to another as I experiment with different rods, reels, line and leaders.
When it comes to the main event, all the experimentation is over. Rule 3. Find The Food, Find The Fish Catching fish is more about finding the food the fish will be feeding on than it is about finding the fish themselves. This can bring a delightful amount of subtlety into your planning, because when you concentrate your efforts on finding the bait, you learn a lot about the birds and other animals chasing the same food. A good example of this bait focused fishing happened to me a few years ago.
On a big run-in tide in the Daly River the mullet poured upstream on the tidal wave down the centre of the river. The water was filthy, but the mullet attracted large numbers of big barra. Over a few seasons I got quite good at the run-in tide big barra troll, and we came second in a very small tinny in the Barra Nationals largely due to three metre plus barras we caught using this tactic, as well as a few 90 to cm fish. When the mullet run up the middle of the river they move into the edges when the tidal flow slows down, and trolling the run out in mid river is generally unproductive as the baitfish are no longer out there.
A year later in the Barra Classic well known NT angler Shane Compaine, on a neap tide, caught a stack of big barras throwing huge deep bodied plastics. We were very focused on chasing big barra on mullet imitations. What Shane had studied in detail were the habits of baby barras, and he found how, where and when the cannibalism of small barra took place, imitated the bait and caught a swag of monster fish. The feeding activity occurs largely on the run-out tide as baby barra leave the feeder creeks.
Many get descaled as they escape big barra hits, and the hawks and eagles can be seen looking for the damaged baby barra in the middle of the river.