tyrone07

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  1. tyrone07

    Weekend Shenanigans

    Bang on 75 again, last three lizards have all been that size. Maybe I just catch the same fish in different spots 🤔
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    Weekend Shenanigans

    As long as the day is all about her including baiting hooks, unhooking fish, and everything else she is happy
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    Weekend Shenanigans

    So finishing up some work training Thursday and the weekend off I thought I would take the wife on an adventure north to Lake St Clair for an exploratory mission and a quick fish. With very limited freshwater experience I was stoked the wife hooked and netted a cracker bass off the top all on her own. With only a few smaller rats I was stoked with the result being the first time up there. Today I hit the local chucking vibes and plastic and managed to land a cracker lizard in 8 meters of water on a zman paddlerz, 3/8tt jig head. All up landed 9 Lizards with my mate which were all released.
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    Port Stephens- cracking day!

    Cracking reds fellas well done, top day for it
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    Wollongong/ Illawarra update

    Can handle just about anything but the wind when flicking lures, understand the frustration!!!
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    Brisbane Waters Lizards

    it may well and truly have been a male but it is widely accepted that males platuea around the 49-54cm range, I have a personal limit that I release any fish over 60cms regardless ?
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    Brisbane Waters Lizards

    G’day guys, with a few days off mid week I made the most of the conditions and had a flick around the local. Flicked a variety of soft vibes and plastics mixing it up between 3-4inch paddle tails and changing the weights to match the depth and tides I managed to put a number of fish in the boat. Majority of the fish were smaller around the 45-50 Cm mark but were in good numbers. Managed to get a 75cm female late In the arvo which after a quick happy snap was released. Now is the time to get out to your local estuary, tie on a plastic and have a flick.
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    Barrycuda v Broken Bay

    Hey mate is the fad out there?? According to DPI it hasn’t been put in place yet? Good feed on the flattys
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    Cairns GT Fishing!!!!

    Hahahahaha I dunno about that the missus always would win if push came to shove. I brought my pooping gear but cNt fish off the resort we are staying on. Going with a charter Friday though so pumped for that
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    Cairns GT Fishing!!!!

    Fishing is booked for Friday, not cheap but we are going jogging early for dog tooth, then have the arvo chasing dollies and yellowfin so I’m pumped.
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    Cairns GT Fishing!!!!

    Cheers mate, that one is only considered a good fish, they regularly get them over 30kgs still, all are catch and release too.
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    Cairns GT Fishing!!!!

    G’day All, currently sitting in Singapore Airport, awaiting my transfer to the Maldives. Anyway was up in Cairns the last two weeks for my wedding, and had planned a full two week itinerary before the big day. The wife and I went out with a guide I had wanted to go with for a while and it did not disappoint. Threw big poppers and stick baits all day, and within the last hour was rewarded with a cracking GT that fought like nothing else. We landed a number of fish including Giant trevally, Coral Trout, Mack’s and a number of reef fish. In 3-5 meters on locked drag and 100lb braid/leader it was a war,that luckily I won. Highly recommend if your ever in Cairns spending the money and chasing these awesome fish!!!
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    Browns Rock report - with a word of warning.

    Would barely call it revenue raising, have a look at the coroners findings into a large number of rock fishing deaths around NSW I think it was published in 2016, has absolutely nothing to do with banning rock fishing.
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    Central coast donuts, 2 trips

    Wow that is hard work mate, won’t be the first and won’t be the last caught out by a westerly blowing, we copped it heading to the Terrigal Fad one day, forecast was max ten knots and variable winds, once we hit 15km mark it was blowing westerly at a good 15-20 knots, blowing the top off the swell. Was not an enjoyable trip, plus was the dollies were on.
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    Central coast donuts, 2 trips

    You end up going? Forecast was nothing like predicted as usual