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    Default Ningi Creek Fishing Report No 6

    Grandson was over on his regular fortnightly visit, so we went fishing Ningi early on the 26th May, knee was giving me heaps so took out a personal loan and purchased enough worms for a days fishing, day started well with the young fella landing a nice lizard,, however that was about it for keepers until just after midday when the young fella landed another nice lizard, we were plagued by pony fish all day no matter where we went and in the end came home just after 1.30, had a few worms left so gave them to a couple of young blokes at the ramp at spinnaker.

    Stopped at Beefys on the way home for a pie each, love my Beefys pies, got home cleaned the boat and motor and left her out to air dry.

    Couple of pics including the best whiting of the day
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    He takes a good photo, good on Grandpa and Grandson.

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    Good stuff Ron. Those smiles seem to get bigger with each report. Keep 'em coming
    Cheers
    Gazza

    IF MEN ARE FROM MARS AND WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS, THEN POLITICIANS MUST BE FROM URANUS

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    The whiting would have made a good live bait.Hook through the top lip and release if still there when leaving lol
    aspire to inspire before you expire

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    Good day out there Ron.
    Prime time right now to head up the creek to the rocks upstream of the powerlines.
    Best to get there about 90 minutes before low tide and get in position for the change of the tide and the feeding frenzy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackfish View Post
    He takes a good photo, good on Grandpa and Grandson.
    Thanks Gordon, he is a great little kid and loves his fishing

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    Quote Originally Posted by tackle_buster View Post
    Good stuff Ron. Those smiles seem to get bigger with each report. Keep 'em coming
    Hi Garry, he enjoys being out in the boat especially when he is catching a few

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick Baker View Post
    The whiting would have made a good live bait.Hook through the top lip and release if still there when leaving lol
    Hi Mick, you are right there mate, I intend to take him live bait fishing for the big girls in September, have caught and released some cracker lizards in Ningi Creek over the years using livies, however have been learning to use plastics with some success during last 12 months, I am an old dog so learning some new skills using the plastics, young fella has taken to using them like a duck to water, thanks for your response

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangajack View Post
    Good day out there Ron.
    Prime time right now to head up the creek to the rocks upstream of the powerlines.
    Best to get there about 90 minutes before low tide and get in position for the change of the tide and the feeding frenzy.
    Morning Tony
    Thanks for your response to my post and the heads up on timing , whats best to use mate bait, plastics or livies

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    Great pic Ron,making the best memories mate.
    "Its Five o'Clock Somewhere"...........(Jimmy Buffet).

 

 

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