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    WSF Hardcore Poster smutthunter's Avatar
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    spinning for sea trout

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    just wondering if you can use bass surface lures for sea trout?

    i know the laws so lets not turn this into another do i, dont i need a licence debate

    CHEERS!

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    Not something I've ever tried or heard of for that matter. Gotta be worth a few tries though.

    Up here we usually use silver or copper tobys and the like.

    Let us know if you have any results, be intresting to know. We have bass mixed in with the sea trout up here and they only ever seem to be small schoolies. Perhaps a popper might help pull out some of the larger ones.


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    WSF Hardcore Poster smutthunter's Avatar
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    im leaving in 15 mins so ill post a report on how it went later.

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    I caught one off Portland on a plug while fishing for bass and pollack so my answer would be YES!
    Good Luck ( but make sure you put them back cos they really dont taste that great baked with a bit of butter and a slice or two of lemon!)

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    WSF Hardcore Poster caster's Avatar
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    I'm grateful you posted that cascars, i won't try it now
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    your better of using mepz spinners for sea trout m8
    Good luck Davie Weir, Absolute Legend. Best of luck big man.

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    I hooked one alst night on a 2o dexter wedge if that helps. I have heard that silver spinners and spoons work alot better for them.

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    Best way to cook sea trout is to fry it in a bit of oil or butter. It only takes a couple of minutes on each side and along the top. Big fish are best cut into steaks. Same with salmon. It's a good eating fish. They will go for any lure if they are in the mood.

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    lures for sea trout?

    Hi,
    I have only fished for sea trout in the faulklands but we used silver tobys and they workeed a treat. But saying that they pretty much jump on you line down there!
    I highly reccommend anyone to go down there and try it it's ACE.
    A chef i know cooks them fileted a dusting of seasoned flour fryed in butter with a twist of lime. Its a

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    spoon spinners fo work really well on sea trout theres a spinner cod fisher has called a tazmanian devil dunno if u guys have heard of it anyways the sea trout love it
    Good luck Davie Weir, Absolute Legend. Best of luck big man.

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