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  1. Hi all! so got some responses yesterday and to put it simply they are trying to pin the blame back on myself 😂 can’t say I’m surprised! All they can come up with is that the wobble rollers are not positioned correctly? So they are really clutching at straws.
  2. Thanks all for the opinion! It’s good to know that you all share the same thoughts as myself!. Ive got the ball rolling so I will let you know how I go in the future! 🤞
  3. Hi all Have been out of action for a while due to an unfortunate problem with my boat. two long cracks along each side of the keel weld ☹️ Taking on water at a rate of about 1 full bucket every 40 minutes. Does anyone know the reason for this happening? The boat is trailered correctly (on the trailer which was supplied with the boat which is unaltered) and it’s always been looked after. I’ve already got the ball rolling with a warranty claim with bluefin but I have a feeling they will try to wiggle their way out of any responsibility. I’m sure the cracks are due to bad workmanship would love some opinions so I could maybe get it fixed and get back fishing.
  4. That’s insane mate awesome snapper! Congratulations!
  5. Seems like there is a fairly healthy EP population in the creeks down there? @reelaxation
  6. Nice fish mate! All the best through the lockdown man
  7. Anything is possible in the lake with the warm water outlets. I’ve witnessed a bull dolphinfish busting up bait near a marker buoy at wangi
  8. @BigHorse it was actually a pretty quiet morning out there man! Should tee up a fish sometime!
  9. Spent the morning fishing a wreck on the western side of Lake Macquarie today. Fished the early low tide change and managed a handful of nice dusky flathead in an hour. water was 15 degrees and when the water drops to those kinds of temperatures the flathead move to deeper water and hang around wrecks and reefs making them (in my opinion) much easier to find and catch than during the summer months. use a 3/8 ounce jig head with a 3/0 to 5/0 hook and any 4 to 5 inch paddle tail plastic. Work the lures with short hops along the bottom around the wreck/reef and you should come up tight to a few. A tide change early is prime but isn’t necessary as I have caught good fish on all stages of the tide. if you spend time sounding around the lake it won’t take you long to find a few wrecks but I’ll put a secret out there… there’s an old RAAF base on the shores of the lake and years ago they discarded some unwanted machinery by chucking it in the lake 😉 Here’s a specimen from this morning tight lines.
  10. Nice fish mate! Gotta respect not spilling the beans on your mates fishing spot! 😎
  11. Thanks very much again for that info mate. I’ll let you know how I go when I get around to giving it a crack. cheers!
  12. Awesome write up and lovely fish!. I’ve been wanting to try this for a long time so thanks for the insight!
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