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    Default Ningi Creek Fishing Report No 12

    Hi Everyone

    Had a few trips since last report but generally speaking fishing has been pretty ordinary

    3rd Nov - Mostly Pony Fish and few undersize flathead and bream

    17th Nov - More Pony Fish and unders, moved around to get away from the slimy mongrels but they were everywhere

    1st December - Finally caught some keepers, but still plagued by Pony Fish, Grandson came up with the idea of feeding the mongrels to the eagles, so we did, at one time we had 2 White Breasted Sea Eagles , 2 Brahminy Kites and 4 Whistling Kites circling above the boat just waiting on a free feed, was just beautiful to watch them swoop in with wings outstretched and claws fully extended and pick the ponies up off the water, attached are a couple of pics of a Spotted Javelin at 34cm and a Barred Javelin at 35cm, put 3 Spotted Javelin and 1 good bream on ice slurry for tea tonight.

    Not meaning to preach to the converted, however for those not familiar with Javelin fish, there are 2 species caught in Ningi Ck the Spotted Javelin legal length 30cm and the Barred Javelin legal length 40cm, relatively easy to tell them apart in the attached pics, don't get caught out and cop a fine, make yourself aware of the difference.

    Ron
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    Thanks for the report Ron.
    No whiting at Ningi yesty huh?

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    Hi Tony
    Not a one mate, haven't seen one for a month apart from the good one you caught couple of Fridays back, tell you what the heat is hammering my tomatoes, how are yours holding up
    Ron

    Quote Originally Posted by mangajack View Post
    Thanks for the report Ron.
    No whiting at Ningi yesty huh?

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    Ron do you use soft plastics when your out if you have grunter around like that they love Berkeley 3 inch shrimps in banana prawn color really small hops along bottom , might be worth a try if you havnt already done it
    the world is a lot better place if you just smile

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    Hi Ron, my corn and silverbeet are just hanging in there....going to plough everything else in during the week.

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    Bugger

    Quote Originally Posted by mangajack View Post
    hi ron, my corn and silverbeet are just hanging in there....going to plough everything else in during the week.

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    Morning Al
    Only use bait to date, young fella is keen to get into the soft plastics so I will give it a shot next time we go, thank you for the tip
    Ron

    Quote Originally Posted by al49 View Post
    Ron do you use soft plastics when your out if you have grunter around like that they love Berkeley 3 inch shrimps in banana prawn color really small hops along bottom , might be worth a try if you havnt already done it

 

 

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