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FREEZING FREMANTLE FISHING

Posted in fishing, fremantle, fremantle ports, western australia by freoview on September 28, 2016

gone-fishing

 

The anglers were freezing their butts off this morning on the Fremantle north mole and the fish were not biting, but the port cranes in the background made for a nice pic during this slow news period.

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RAIN IS GOOD FOR FISHING

Posted in fishing, fremantle by freoview on April 12, 2016

fishing

 

The Fremantle South Mole was packed with anglers this morning trying to take advantage of the rainy weather and catch a lot of fish. It is not often that crowded, so had to take a photo.

Roel Loopers

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GOOD FRIDAY FISHING FOR A FREE FEED

Posted in fishing, fremantle by freoview on March 25, 2016

Good Friday fishing

 

It is Good Friday so many people out on the Fremantle South Mole to catch a free feed of fish this morning.

Interesting to note that IGA on Hampton Road is closed but Peaches and the Fremantle Markets are open today.

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VICTORIA QUAY ANGLERS’ PARADISE

Posted in fishing, fremantle by freoview on March 8, 2015

I don’t think I have ever seen as many anglers at Victoria Quay in Fremantle port as last evening around sunset, so I hope they all caught a feed for dinner, while watching the cruise liner Astor leaving.

Roel Loopers

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FREO NEEDS CAMPERS SOLUTIONS

mole camping

 

 

Parking of campervans is again posing a problem in Fremantle and will get even worse during the summer months, with backpackers ignoring the no parking signs on the South and North Mole at the port and at South Beach.

The idea to lock up the moles during the night is not a good one as it affects people fishing from there and those who like a bit of romantic sightseeing in the dark. It would also only shift the problems and make it worse for South Beach and that is not fair to those who frequent that beach.

There is either a problem with not enough space for campervans at Woodman Point or the backpackers don’t want to pay for legal camping and that needs to be addressed.

In Broome during the busy tourist months they used to use one of the sports ovals as an overflow caravan park at Roebuck Bay, so maybe this is something the City of Fremantle should look into. If the problem is not enough space at Woodman Point, could we make a part of Fremantle Park or Princess May Park available at reduced costs and what would the implications be as far as health regulations go because there would be no showers and toilets.

Backpackers are important for our tourism industry, so somehow we need to be flexible in accommodating their needs. Any bright ideas anyone out there?

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