Crayfish Galore found in Carpenters Rocks South Australia

Australia
May 23, 2011 6:00am CST
Although the sea is deamed dangerous by some, As getting out of the breakers into the calmer water isn't as easy as it appears from the passengers seat. Either way many of the local fisherman around this small seaside village along side Mount Gambier in south Australia, are in some way shape or form related or business relations. There are about 10 or more boats mainly owned by family business that makes an amazing amount of money out of this tiny little fishing cove. I have been diving off the side of a small vessel along the rocks and there are endless abolone attached to the rough surface as the conditions make them hard to get to, without a few scratches. The crayfish is much easier to catch and you can usually spot the orange weedlike feelers poking out from underneath the reef. They are very scary when you first greab them because they flap all about but aslong as you are careful for the spikes they are not dangerous. Carpenters Rocks is a favourite fishing spot of mine, and hope to be enjoying another family holiday there one day. Has anyone else visited Mount gambier? Carpenter Rocks or another gret diving spot you would like to share?? What fish do you try to catch?? this topic was started regarding carpenters rocks South Australia, so please share some input in your experience with this seaside village.
1 response
@rameshchow (5284)
• India
25 May 11
Swimming is a great job, that too you are swimming in a dangerous place to search some valuables, really appreciable. And Some valuable fishes will be more precious in cost like you mentioned the Cray fish Galore.
• Australia
25 May 11
We do this for Fun, my ex patner was a professionsal sfisherman though and did teach me alot of tips for catching and finding catches. thanks for your response.
• India
26 May 11
Habbies becomes great works. nice to meet you friend.
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• Australia
6 Jun 11
Yes thats what i think, your picture is very interesting? what do you do?