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  1. Hi Cin, I spoke to the guys at Great Lakes Tackle yesterday who say there are some good flathead throughout the system. I've found the island off Point Drive Tuncurry productive and you can wade there or excellent for the Yak. Work your way upstream. Most plastics - especially paddle tails or vibes will work. Haven't been outside for a while so cannot help but watch the bar. Some good squid off The Tanks and around the bait fad just out off the bar. Good luck.
  2. Yep I'm green as Bro!!! Monster Tailor off the rocks is as good as it gets. Thanks for the report. I am hearing its an early season for the spotties & spanish up north - any reports while you were up there??!! Hoody
  3. Thanks Donna, Great to hear from others out & about even if you didn't wet a line. Does your map show you stopped in the MIA? What did you think? Apart from the drought!!
  4. I have a Mercury 4 stroke which is overheating. It pumps water but not enough. The mechanic says the problem is the rubber grommet at the top of the water intake pipe which has a tendancy to swell and blocks the inlet hole reducing water flow. Found this on another site demonstrates the issue - maybe yours is similar. http://www.rib.net/forum/f36/powerhead-removal-35217.html
  5. Thanks for the report Neil. Spent my formative years water skiing on the lake. Its a terrible predicament shared by many. Hopefully Lake Eucumbene receives some significant inflows by November for the Anglers Reach PPFC crew. If its any consolation many on tank water on the mid north coast are also out of water and the coastal rivers are barely flowing. My son fished above Wingham recently and caught a Bass, Jewfish and Flathead all in the same spot while a Platypus watched on (all released).