It was a glassy day out on the water last week for the Year 12 Marine Studies students who went deep sea fishing. This excursion provided students with the opportunity to consolidate their boating, fishing and seafood cooking skills, which they have developed over the length of their Stage 6 course.
Students motored out to sea at sunrise, and dropped their lines off North Bondi, Vaucluse and Manly. The fish were biting and the students pulled up flathead, morwong, snapper, wrasse and some whiting.
Once back to shore, the fish were scaled and filleted by Jasper and Tom, and the students cooked up the catch on the barbeques.
Catch of the day was Tom Kenny’s monster flatty!
Well done boys, especially those who soldiered on with sea sickness!
Ms Gemma Brown
Head of Science