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  1. #11
    Grand Slam
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    A man with a plan!

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    Trout
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducksta View Post
    A man with a plan!
    You always need a plan Ducksta hey, a man without a plan just drifts through life like an unwaited yabbie on a run in tide with short shank up his bum!

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    My best whiting have been from almost directly in front of the little ramp in Elimbah Creek.
    Fish in the 35 to 40cm bracket but quite a lot of water between them.
    Upstream south of the islands is quite productive for average fish for me.
    In the slip and moorings stretch I tend to get little action.
    Upstream at the next set of houses always produces some good fish if it is salty enough.

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    Giant Trevally
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    great stuff Ron. Those grunter cook up tops. Did the young fella catch the jewies on yabbies also ?
    Dad reckons fishing is 10% brains and 95% muscle, the rest is just good luck.

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    Hi Tony
    Appreciate the info mate, I generally don't fish the creeks for whiting during summer only chase them up the creeks between April and August, however a friend of mine is catching a few at the moment in Elimbah and mostly good quality, might try and catch up with you one morning up Ningi for a chat if you have the time
    Ron
    Quote Originally Posted by mangajack View Post
    My best whiting have been from almost directly in front of the little ramp in Elimbah Creek.
    Fish in the 35 to 40cm bracket but quite a lot of water between them.
    Upstream south of the islands is quite productive for average fish for me.
    In the slip and moorings stretch I tend to get little action.
    Upstream at the next set of houses always produces some good fish if it is salty enough.

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    Hi Dean
    They certainly do cook up well, I prefer them in egg and breadcrumbs deep fried with a home grown salad and of course chips , young bloke caught both jewies on prawns, I got cleaned up the same morning by a much bigger fish, wasn't able to turn him and he slipped into the oyster lease about 50 meters down from where we were fishing, sometimes happen when you're targeting whiting or grunter with 3 kilo and a larger then average schoolie takes your bait
    Thanks for your response
    Ron
    Quote Originally Posted by kingcray View Post
    great stuff Ron. Those grunter cook up tops. Did the young fella catch the jewies on yabbies also ?

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    Legendary Angler
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    Another stirling performance Ron. My PB Jewie is about 20cm, so the young fella is streets ahead of me already. 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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