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Barramundi on mud flats

Barramundi, a very sought after sport fish is also one that can be lazy when the tide movements are slow. During the low tides, either down or up, these predators can be sitting on mud flats waiting for the change of tide movements. They could also be waiting for innocent bait fish to swim into the muddy waters, thinking that they are well concealed. Both predator, Barramundi and prey such as Mullets think that they are both well covered. But, we know that they are there from the sounders and to cast our soft plastics into the line of travel to have our lure bounce right into their line of sight. As soon as the lure comes into the sight of the predator, it would be hard for it to resist.

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