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    Trout
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    Default Mongrel Pony Fish

    For those not yet having had the pleasure of catching these slimy mongrels, almost impossible to get the slime off the rags you handle them with, have a new method of handling them which involves a sharp knife so no more slimy rags
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSB View Post
    For those not yet having had the pleasure of catching these slimy mongrels, almost impossible to get the slime off the rags you handle them with, have a new method of handling them which involves a sharp knife so no more slimy rags
    Get one of these don't have to touch anything
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    Giant Trevally
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazil Brush View Post
    Get one of these don't have to touch anything
    I use a tent peg. Flip them over and off they come.
    Finally got one

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    I use hemostats.....
    I guess im more ticknologikally advanced bait fisher.

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    Those Dehookers are certainly the go on just about anything.
    Though, I haven't had the pleasure of Pony Fish down here....... and that sounds like a good thing.

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    Trout
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    Hemostats are used to control bleeding during surgery Tony, for continually taking my hard earned yabbies, I want the mongrels to bleed to death not save em

    Quote Originally Posted by mangajack View Post
    I use hemostats.....
    I guess im more ticknologikally advanced bait fisher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangajack View Post
    I use hemostats.....
    I guess im more ticknologikally advanced bait fisher.
    And can spell to Tony, hahahaha ( i probably wouldn't have got much closer)

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    $14 a kg whole I saw them today at a fish shop in westfields Chermside
    "Remember - pain is temporary, glory is for ever, and chicks dig scars!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BR65 View Post
    $14 a kg whole I saw them today at a fish shop in westfields Chermside
    Thanks Brian, just killed my appetite.....

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    Right next to the Milkfish and imported Tilapia mate
    "Remember - pain is temporary, glory is for ever, and chicks dig scars!"

 

 
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