Port Phillip Bay is the largest enclosed sea in the southern hemisphere, it is bordered for most of its coastline by Melbourne and its suburbs and because it is relatively sheltered, provides a great location for a day's boat fishing. Paul teams up with local guru Aaron "Red" Habgood and first up, on the slack tide, they head to a spot where the Calamari Squid have recently been spawning. As well as being a very tasty catch to take home for dinner, the calamari provide an excellent fresh bait for the main target of the day, the King George Whiting. These are bottom feeding fish, which although not being one of the biggest fish in the water, are one of the tastiest. They also then provide a bait option for Paul's third target species of the day, the Red Snapper.
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