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Hunter69

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  1. Beautiful fish, incredible how deep its so close to shore.
  2. Amazing country side. Thanks Mepps
  3. Hi wurt, no snakes spotted. But it was a cold day. Funny you say that i was only telling a mate the day after how many snakes i spot summer time in the hills. - leaping off banks. Defently keeps you on your toes. Walking around the light river in padocks is worse. The browns are huge! A decent pair of waders is a must for me.
  4. Tried a tiny stream around the Lobey area this morning. The wheather was pretty average. only 11 degrees in the hills, wasn't expecting much activity. A bow n arrow cast into a murky twig infected hole and this juvenile could not resist. simple grub i tied years ago. Spotted this guy high on a bank, snuck behind him and made a short cast Trecked a few km's, with hardly any sightings.. Overall a quiet morning. When i arrived back in the Barossa it was 18 degrees and the sun was shining..
  5. Theres no way to prove it.. I wouldn't worry about it.
  6. Look for clean flowing water, that's permanently running. Search for fish. Take your time. Wade tight creeks. Put in the leg work. Youl find them! The journey is half the fun. Learn how to bow and arrow cast.
  7. Thats a silly question I know what id be doin
  8. Rileys shallow reef, good for squid, snapper maybe gar by novemeber. For the Reds- If its blowing an Easterly, balloon off with long trace, will save you loosing alot of rigs on the bottom. The snapper ban may be in place by then tho.
  9. Beautiful spring day, tried for some trout on fly in the hills. A few spotted, but not alot of action. 4 fish landed. Ran into a group of SAFFA gents, having a bbq and and catch up, along the heysen trail. When i got back to my car there was a letter and a contact number for the Association . Jolly o
  10. One of these would have been handy today.
  11. Sounds great! The same method would work as (confit) - to cook it its own fat. Place in deep oven tray. Cover cutlets with oil of choice. Cover tray with foil. 120c - 3 hours. You could flavour the oil with herbs and garlic, or citrus zest on flesh of the fish.
  12. I know right.. It's funny i couldh'v sworn we where 30km from the boat ramp and the only boat out there. Yet in the photo there's 3 boats in the background. Love the deckie too, no t-shirt, bogan az.
  13. Winter is amongst us. Some fishing banter is in order. 2005, 13 years old. I convince my parents to go to Broome. And somehow book a charter. $140 per person was the going rate. A great day out, landing 3 sails. 9 for the day. I send my photo into fishing world. Receiving my prize but not returning my only photo. 2018. 13 years later. I send the skipper a email. "Somewhere in July i said" He tracks back to the day in his books and sends me the other two fellow fishers details. As i knew one had a camera. A respond from Tasmania.. with full detail ov the day. Soon enough photos arived in the mail. Reunited.
  14. Used the bells alot as a kid, whitting fishing from the pt hughes boat ramp. Multiple rods layed out. Very handy
  15. Arts n Craft whilst waiting for a bite ?
  16. That is seriously messed up lol. Is that mold on top ? Its like a horror clip. Good job
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