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I caught up with the guys at the Rye boat ramp and after a quick intro we got stuck into filming, before long we were on our way out to find some squid. Now the idea of the show was for me to teach Shae how to catch her first squid so we made our way to an area that I know would hold big numbers of squid, not big in size but in numbers and the perfect place to get some one their first cephlapod. We arrived at our chosen spot and I prepared a rod for Shae then started with a quick run down of catching squid. I then asked her to cast out as far as she could from the boat and let the jig sink to the bottom. There was a slight moment of silence before I realized that Shae had not yet cast a rod before. Back to rod casting 101. With the jig in the water Shae must have been a natural, first ever cast, first ever jerk of a rod and first ever squid.
Jay was also casting away in the back ground casting away but not yet landing a squid, we took Shae's first squid off and got her jig out into the water again, second cast second jerk and sure enough another squid. I guess some people just have it and some dont. We kept on casting for an hour or so in this area and decided to move to an area where we knew the squid would be a bit bigger but the numbers would be less. It was not long before we starting banging squid again, both Jay and Shae were pulling squid in left right and centre. Charlie managed to get heaps of film and the water was clear as could be.
The filming we did will be shown sometime soon on Channel 31, if you would like to share a similar experience to me contact Charlie at Savage Seas Adventures on 0415-242-902 or visit his web page www.savageseasadventures.com.au his vessel is licensed for 5. I will be back for more