Species Comp 16/17

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Re: Species Comp 16/17

Postby Basti » Sat Jul 02, 2016 11:50 pm

I need to buy a new one. Ran over the last one with the car and snapped the plastic at the start.
FISH1617:566cm
S(349cm): mullet 30cm|Squid 42cm|Kgw 37cm|salmon 53cm|snapper 45cm|flattie 58cm|Bream 38cm|EP 41cm
F(217cm): Bass 34cm|Brown 47cm|'bow 36cm|Carp 50cm|Redfin 50cm



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Re: Species Comp 16/17

Postby mazman » Sun Jul 03, 2016 11:17 am

While we are on the subject of mats how do you get one to straighten out when it's creased? mine just doesn't seem to want to and it makes life extremely difficult when it's just me.
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FISH1617: 658 cm
Salt (452cm): Mullet 30cm|Squid 45cm|Jewfish 79cm|KGW 41cm|Flathead 50cm|Salmon 58cm|Snapper 37cm|Bream 38|EP 42cm|King 2cm|Gummy 30cm
Fresh (206cm): B.Trout 40cm|R.Trout 36cm|Redfin 35cm|Bass 40cm|Cod 55cm

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Re: Species Comp 16/17

Postby ducky » Sun Jul 03, 2016 11:37 am

I'd also like to know.
Fishing Victoria Species Comp: 317cm's

Redfin 50cm, Yellowbelly 44cm
Snapper 90cm, Rainbow Trout 37cm, Estuary Perch 31cm, Murray cod 65cm

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Re: Species Comp 16/17

Postby Scraglor » Sun Jul 03, 2016 11:39 am

Could you put a tea towel on top and run the iron over it? Or would it still be too hot and melt?

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Re: Species Comp 16/17

Postby Brett » Sun Jul 03, 2016 12:12 pm

Sit it flat in the sun, then roll it up, don't fold it

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Re: Species Comp 16/17

Postby Basti » Sun Jul 03, 2016 1:11 pm

A quick roll in the opposite direction when you pull it out usually gets it good enough to use
FISH1617:566cm
S(349cm): mullet 30cm|Squid 42cm|Kgw 37cm|salmon 53cm|snapper 45cm|flattie 58cm|Bream 38cm|EP 41cm
F(217cm): Bass 34cm|Brown 47cm|'bow 36cm|Carp 50cm|Redfin 50cm



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Re: Species Comp 16/17

Postby Scraglor » Sun Jul 03, 2016 1:20 pm

Brett wrote:Sit it flat in the sun, then roll it up, don't fold it


The old hose trick!

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Re: Species Comp 16/17

Postby Whiskers » Thu Jul 07, 2016 8:05 pm

Looking forward to this comp. Even bought a brag mat today and added the species comp to my signature.

Didn't get to use the new mat today. Don't think a 4" redfin would have set the world on fire!
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Fishing Victoria Species Comp 2016/2017:

Carp, 61 cm. Brown Trout, 54cm. Redfin, 31cm, Eel, 72cm.

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Re: Species Comp 16/17

Postby Lightningx » Thu Jul 07, 2016 8:15 pm

Lol :rofl:

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Re: Species Comp 16/17

Postby Basti » Thu Jul 07, 2016 8:34 pm

4" is more than the rest of us have at the moment
FISH1617:566cm
S(349cm): mullet 30cm|Squid 42cm|Kgw 37cm|salmon 53cm|snapper 45cm|flattie 58cm|Bream 38cm|EP 41cm
F(217cm): Bass 34cm|Brown 47cm|'bow 36cm|Carp 50cm|Redfin 50cm



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