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    Bribie Island Fishing | 24 February 2020

    Pumicestone Passage is a beautiful, diverse location to fish with many species from Flathead, Bream, Sweetlip through to shovelnose ray, bullshark, dewfish and many other awesome fish.

    Often while travelling down the Pumicestone Passage you will see Turtles and Dolphins just playing around, enjoying the weather or the schools of baitfish that congregate around different structures.

    On Monday, our team took a group of participants to Bribie Island and up the Pumicestone Passage to a spot that we know fishes well, this location, despite the rain, it produced again with a 53cm flathead, sand crab and a few smaller, undersize fish even some dropping boat side.

    These sessions are not only fun for our participants and their support workers, but it truly is amazing for us to know that, what we do everyday is something that helps so many people emotionally and physically to enjoy the simple things in life.

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