FISHING EDEN IN WINTER

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Re: FISHING EDEN IN WINTER

Post by smile0784 » Sun Jan 27, 2019 4:58 pm

Exactly just thing that



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Re: FISHING EDEN IN WINTER

Post by All ways fishin » Tue Jan 29, 2019 8:17 am

smile0784 wrote:When you filleted them did you discover anything ?
Never filleted them I alway throw them back. Apparently there fine to eat but no thanks :down:

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Re: FISHING EDEN IN WINTER

Post by All ways fishin » Tue Jan 29, 2019 8:20 am

I’ll be in Eden end of feb for a holiday if it’s to rough offshore I’ll try and catch another in the bay and cut it open to have a look and then it can become bait.

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Re: FISHING EDEN IN WINTER

Post by Kimtown » Tue Jan 29, 2019 8:37 am

All ways fishin wrote:
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All ways fishin wrote:Well I just got back from 10 days at Eden ended up getting out fishing 3 times due to weather, and fished in around 27m of water off Ben Boyd tower and caught 30 flathead, 2 snapper, 2 morwong and a leather jacket over the 3 days, most flathead were between 35-45cm Couta were a big problem lost so much gear but great time fishing. Also managed to have a whale come and visit us while fishing, photos of whale on Eden beachfront caravan parks Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/edenbeachfrontholidaypark/
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Nice mate! I stayed at that same caravan park in March. Awesome place to stay.

I left my brand new LED lantern there though and them bastards never returned my call about it :(
I’m sure if they found they would given you a call Jase & Nic good honest people. Other campers may have found it first.
Bummer :down:
Super late reply, but I left it in a cabin. A cleaner 100% would have found it.

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Re: FISHING EDEN IN WINTER

Post by smile0784 » Wed Jan 30, 2019 8:09 pm

All ways fishin wrote:
smile0784 wrote:When you filleted them did you discover anything ?
Never filleted them I alway throw them back. Apparently there fine to eat but no thanks :down:
Lol fair call.
Would have been interesting to find out.

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Post by smile0784 » Wed Jan 30, 2019 8:10 pm

All ways fishin wrote:I’ll be in Eden end of feb for a holiday if it’s to rough offshore I’ll try and catch another in the bay and cut it open to have a look and then it can become bait.
Cool enjoy next trip



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Re: FISHING EDEN IN WINTER

Post by Lightningx » Wed Jan 30, 2019 8:42 pm

All ways fishin wrote:
smile0784 wrote:When you filleted them did you discover anything ?
Never filleted them I alway throw them back. Apparently there fine to eat but no thanks :down:
Yea would put me off as well!

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