Townsville report

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Post by VooDoo » Wed Jan 06, 2016 11:49 am

As always - a great report. Thank you Broomstick for sharing. Well done!!! :thumbsup:

Great to see the support for your endeavours by your Dad but it always take 2 to tango - you must also be a wonderful son as well. I am sure your Dad will be glad to do even more so your wishes and career can come true - that's what parent do.

Looking forward to your next installment wherever that will be. :)
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Post by CarlG » Wed Jan 06, 2016 1:08 pm

As always mate, top drawer..
Hats off to you, and your old man, some stunning fish there, that diamond trevally looks spectacular..
Got couta..?

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Post by DougieK » Wed Jan 06, 2016 1:24 pm

Barra and a GT on the same trip you bloody beauty!
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Post by Texas » Wed Jan 06, 2016 1:39 pm

Re: Dad swimming for lures, freshies don't grow very big, they only take small things
Hope your dad was wearing a cricketers box.
& those Mozambique mouthbrooders..If they're trapped in pools, why don't they net them or something ??
I said your post was the best read, I forgot to mention, how much I learnt from it.
I have never seen a crucifix frog & some of those fish you caught.
I have trouble with rainbows & browns, at times, let alone know the types of perch up north.
Thanks
Gra

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Post by Texas » Wed Jan 06, 2016 1:42 pm

DougieK wrote:Barra and a GT on the same trip you bloody beauty!
Is Barra Mick & GTS Hoon doing the same trip ????? :rofl:

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Post by dezza68 » Wed Jan 06, 2016 2:23 pm

Great report, not seen a diamond trevally before.
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Post by fitzy90 » Wed Jan 06, 2016 2:24 pm

Awesome report and photos!

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Post by poppy62 » Wed Jan 06, 2016 4:36 pm

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Re: Townsville report

Post by Broomstick » Thu Jan 07, 2016 10:18 am

Thanks for the kind words everyone.
VooDooMagician wrote:As always - a great report. Thank you Broomstick for sharing. Well done!!! :thumbsup:

Great to see the support for your endeavours by your Dad but it always take 2 to tango - you must also be a wonderful son as well. I am sure your Dad will be glad to do even more so your wishes and career can come true - that's what parent do.

Looking forward to your next installment wherever that will be. :)
Thanks mate. My old man is the best person I know, if I'm half as good a bloke as him I'd be happy.
Texas wrote:Re: Dad swimming for lures, freshies don't grow very big, they only take small things
Hope your dad was wearing a cricketers box.
& those Mozambique mouthbrooders..If they're trapped in pools, why don't they net them or something ??
I said your post was the best read, I forgot to mention, how much I learnt from it.
I have never seen a crucifix frog & some of those fish you caught.
I have trouble with rainbows & browns, at times, let alone know the types of perch up north.
Thanks
Gra
Cheers Gra, yeah the freshies don't bother us, but you never know where a saltie might turn up around there. The mouthbrooders are just so widespread they'd be impossible to remove...they are in the main body of the river as well as the smaller pools unfortunately.

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