Victorian Snapper are seasonal, can grow up to 15kgs and can be caught in Port Phillip Bay and Westernport Bay
October to December is primarily a great time to target Snapper in Victoria, however they will, and can be targeted at their best when water temperatures range from 15 to 20 degrees. Snapper can be caught in most depths of water along our coastline and in our bays.
Bag Limit Victoria, Snapper is 3 over 40cm and 7 between 28cm – 40cm or a total of 10
Eating Qualities – Exceptional table fish, will suit most pallets White flaky flesh can be cooked in many ways, a favourite way is simply in the oven baked.
Scientific name - Pagris auratus
Posted: November 18, 2021
Hi all here is a quick rundown for 2021 Snapper season have a lovely weekend and catch plenty of fish this weekend its looking GR8Posted: November 07, 2021
We are back and lets enjoy fishing guys, even though we will be winding things up we will be focusing on making sure you get some important tips and here there is a few for EG slack tide drifting in the channel in WP, you wont ever say wait for the tode again utilise your time on he water and make every minute count.Posted: November 05, 2021
Hello Members after almost 2 years of hard work and fighting covid to try and make this possible, I have decided to wrap up this site however, i won't be leaving those that have used their full year and for those that have months to come, I will be keeping you upto date with what I see in my fishing adventures from now until next tuna season, for those that are members currently you won't be charged from here on in and won't need to worry about your mebership expiring we are back as of today and will have fun with fishing and providing generous information each week, please stay in check from here on in and make sure to subscribe to our Youtube channel as we shift over, but in the meantime, i will give you guys some very important information each week to help you make your desitions when and where you should go fishing I hope you have enjoyed the many vidoes and 100s of GPS Marks so far please ensure to listen what I have learnt you and provided I will make sure to add some guidance, Squid, Mulloway, Tuna, SnapperPosted: November 05, 2021
Matt Cini describes what sinkers he uses went fishing for snapper in Port Phillip Bay on his casting rodsPosted: April 01, 2021
Westernport Whiting Hot SpotPosted: December 11, 2020
here we display the importance of why High Speed Sounding in Port Phillip BayPosted: December 05, 2020
Here we teach you when to make decisions when targeting Port Phillip Bay Snapper.Posted: November 27, 2020
Reel Time Fishing with Matt Cini, Matt Cini describes why you should have your sounder OFF when fishingPosted: November 27, 2020
Port Phillip Bay, testing the waters so to speak.Posted: November 23, 2020
Matt has so much confidence in his transducer that he really pushed the fact that using the correct tools for the trade, will make all the difference.