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Shark 4th September 2007 15:13

Fishing In Oludeniz & Gemiler Bay
 
Hi everyone (who knows the taste of Lurefishing at the Mediterranean Sea)
Greater amberjack,Grouper,Large eyed dentex,Blue spotted seabream,
Wahoo,Atlantic bonito,Leerfish,Large grouper,Barracuda and Dolphinfish season was started.
I sail by a Northstar 190 cc from Gemiler Bay near of Kayakoy/FETHIYE included all transfers,tackles,lures,breakfast & lunch , soft beverages etc.
Please be in contact with me by a private message

Tight Lines
Shark

Andy 4th September 2007 16:42

Re: Fishing In Oludeniz & Gemiler Bay
 
If i lived near FETHIYE i would deffinately give you a try Shark.
Lure fishing is right up my street and would love to give it a go in Turkey.
Unfortunately my apt is in Alanya a few 100 miles East.

sonny meer 22nd April 2008 20:22

Re: Fishing In Oludeniz & Gemiler Bay
 
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kev m 11th May 2008 22:36

Re: Fishing In Oludeniz & Gemiler Bay
 
hello shark how much for a days fishing yours kev m

gordonlyall 14th July 2008 17:00

Re: Fishing In Oludeniz & Gemiler Bay
 
Hi Shark, I am a keen sea angler from Scotland and holidaying in your area between 23rd July and 4th August. Will be doing a lot of fishing from the shore but fancy a couple of boat trips also. Would like some info on cost of boat trips and also how many you can get on your boat.
I prefer bottom fishing with bait but will be up for some trolling as well if that produces the better fish.

Any info on the local shore fishing would be much appreciated as well and I'll bring the tackle I'm likely to need. I've heard mullet, garfish, scad & bream are the most common shore species so I guess light lines & small hooks are required.

What about bait for shore fishing. Is it possible to dig worms, find hermit crabs and shrimps etc. Is there a particular type of bread I should use for mullet.

Any help will be much appreciated.

Thanks Gordon


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