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    What about the sites further up the passage lads?
    "Remember - pain is temporary, glory is for ever, and chicks dig scars!"

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    Brian site up at lime pocket will flood on the larger tides so check tides before booking

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    I've camped at Lime Pocket plenty of times with no issue of flooding over easter full moons.
    Stockmans Point campsite (mouth of Poverty Creek) is a decent camp site too but more exposed to SE winds.
    Apart from the crowding at Mission Point it is still the best of options.

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    Just watch the stonefish. Three in three trips. Two of those at Limepocket.

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    Mission is the go mate. I’ve camped there lots my self, I had my bucks week there, through winter is prime time at mission IMO, the midges are quiet, the weathers nice, the goannas are pretty slow, I’ve never seen it too busy, in saying that I stay home on long weekends and get out through the week. It’s worth a trip there if you haven’t been. Just need to take your own wood, it’s frowned upon to burn wood from the island. We have caught probably 8-10 jacks off the drop off, Mostly on softies from the boat. But few stragglers on livies, Got a few Jew and snapper aswell, seen 1 salmon off the beach. A great spot and a pretty easy trip, Be a good spot for a flatty forage,
    As with real estate, Fishing is all about Location Location Location

 

 
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