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Re: Docklands

Postby eddyt » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:28 pm

Looking forward to the kingy reports

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Re: Docklands

Postby bilby » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:58 pm

We had our first crack on the weekend. Nothing ... yet.

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Re: Docklands

Postby barwonboy » Tue Feb 13, 2018 1:07 pm

works been slow and dad hasnt had weekend work so i havent been able to fish yet but i will soon

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Re: Docklands

Postby wem21 » Sat Feb 24, 2018 2:49 pm

barwonboy wrote:today I headed down to docklands once again. I got to my favourite pier around 6:30 and started fishing. A man next to me pulled up a tiny snapper about 20 centimetres long. The morning was pretty quiet and I had no hookups. Got some nice bites but only managed 6 small yellowfin gobys. Then all of a sudden I heard my rod scraping across against the concrete. I grabbed my rod and I was on. After a nice fight I pulled up a 33 centimetre Aussie salmon. I hit it on the head then bled it. The rest of the day was pretty quiet and I only got small bites, overall a fun days fishing with a decent result. I will be heading out a lot in the upcoming fortnight as it's school holidays, so stay tuned in :super: :water:

Are you talking about the pier on wattle road?

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Re: Docklands

Postby Jtownley » Sun Feb 25, 2018 7:48 pm

barwonboy wrote:Here are the photos of the fish I've caught at docklands so far

Where abouts did you get em mate and what bate

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