Settled in for a few hours

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Settled in for a few hours

Postby ratbag » Sat Jul 22, 2017 6:11 pm

All set for a few hours, hopefully when the tides starts moving in there'll be some action :water:

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Re: Settled in for a few hours

Postby Lightningx » Sat Jul 22, 2017 8:25 pm

Good luck mate.
Any action yet?

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Re: Settled in for a few hours

Postby 4liters » Sat Jul 22, 2017 8:55 pm

It'll be fun when one of them goes for a run among the swing moorings out there
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Re: Settled in for a few hours

Postby ChrisAbout » Sat Jul 22, 2017 9:07 pm

Good luck mate, keep warm its quite cold tonight.

I'm dieing to get out on the water, but the boat is still being worked on.

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Re: Settled in for a few hours

Postby Fish-Hunter » Sat Jul 22, 2017 10:40 pm

Good luck, dress warmly.

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Re: Settled in for a few hours

Postby ratbag » Sun Jul 23, 2017 12:38 am

The only fish worth noting is the ones with chips from the store washed down with a beer. No action and not even bites from 6 through to tide change at 10:30. Lost a couple of rigs in the weed beds.
The highlight for the night was watching the storm & lightening cross bass strait while we had 6 shooting stars above us.

Fish-Hunter wrote:Good luck, dress warmly.

3 layers on the bottom half & 6 on top! Wasn't too cold as we were protected by the trees & nw wind at balnarring.

Lightningx wrote:Good luck mate.
Any action yet?

Sadly only a smelly cod.

ChrisAbout wrote:Good luck mate, keep warm its quite cold tonight.
I'm dieing to get out on the water, but the boat is still being worked on.

Would have been the sensible option! Just needed to get out for a fish.

4liters wrote:It'll be fun when one of them goes for a run among the swing moorings out there

There're safe for tonight!
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Re: Settled in for a few hours

Postby crumpet_avenger » Sun Jul 23, 2017 7:19 am

[quote="ratbag"]The only fish worth noting is the ones with chips from the store washed down with a beer. No action and not even bites from 6 through to tide change at 10:30. Lost a couple of rigs in the weed beds.
The highlight for the night was watching the storm & lightening cross bass strait while we had 6 shooting stars above us.

Thats where you went wrong... 6 shooting stars means 6 wishes doesnt it? Surely you didnt wish for a rock cod?
Theres gummies to be wished for mate!

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Re: Settled in for a few hours

Postby ratbag » Sun Jul 23, 2017 4:37 pm

crumpet_avenger wrote:Thats where you went wrong... 6 shooting stars means 6 wishes doesnt it? Surely you didnt wish for a rock cod?
Theres gummies to be wished for mate!


I wished for all the rock that I could catch CA :tongue: at that stage of the night, a rock cod was welcome :rofl: as there was a lot of :water: and no :fish22:

might hit it up again on the full moon to see if there is anything lurking.
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