A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Thursday, 23 April 2009


It's getting cooler. The southerners are arriving.

Round here almost all our estuarine fish species are bottom feeding, so typically fishing lines are rigged with small lead sinkers to ensure that the bait stays down where the fish are likely to see it. When the tourists arrive from the south, it's easy to spot them. They're the ones fishing with the floats.


Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia


Joan Elizabeth said...

Hey that's funny. I never knew what the sinkers were for ... I suspect I have become a southener.

Lowell said...

Tourists can be helpful as the float through the economy.

This is the way lots of us folks fish in Florida...

Lois said...

I used to use those to fish when I was a kid! Nice shot!

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