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    Legendary Angler
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    Default Tinging the local

    Had word the Whiting are on in the Caboolture river, woke up at 3.30 could not sleep so headed off launched in the dark had prawns skipping every where in the spottie, set up on a bank to fish till daylight for a undersized bream and a pony fish,
    once light I moved down bakers flat a bit further was kept busy by under sized fish managed one legal fish at 26 cm then it went dead till turn of the tide,
    as soon as the tide turned to run out the fish came out to play I caught 8 fish in 10 minutes then the run got fierce and I started getting a fish every 10 minutes or so in the end I landed about 15 legal fish so turned into a good morning.
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    There’s a lot to be said about a fisherman who knows when to fish his local for results, good feed mate
    "Remember - pain is temporary, glory is for ever, and chicks dig scars!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BR65 View Post
    There’s a lot to be said about a fisherman who knows when to fish his local for results, good feed mate
    Most of these were resident river fish flushed down from upstream a few weeks back dark around the fins but most were rowed up they will now hang around for 3 or 4 months

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    Nice going mate.
    Chewy....
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    Its the quest,not the conquest...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ActiveAngler View Post
    Nice going mate.
    Thx Chewy will be up that way sat chasing your fish

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    The darts are good

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    Very nice Shane, good tucker.

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    Extracted a feed. Nice work Shane
    Now, I'm not saying we should invoke capital punishment for Stupidity, but how about we just take all the warning labels off everything and let nature sort itself out?

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    Catch them on yabbies Shane

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSB View Post
    Catch them on yabbies Shane
    I used worms mate but I know the others have been using yabbies and getting them

 

 
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