Paddled out this morn in the dark and as soon was i hit spot x my reel screamed. The fish peeled off 200m and broke the surface just like the fish that i have lost recently. This time the hooks held and i gaffed him green as 10mins later. Stoked as, i paddled straight back in and even landed a school mack on the way in. The pics don't really show the true chunkiness of the fish but the brag mat shot shows its length. Ant and co may have a few stories i am sure.
Legendary Mate well done , You guys had a good session this morning i heard good stories and maybe tomorrow i can have ago if i get cracking now(do some work) instead of drooling over the Pedro's coming out!
I live with fear every day......
but sometimes she lets me go fishing!!!!
After speaking to Todd last night, and noticing how keen he was. When he see's that pic I'm pretty sure he's going to be waiting for you on the beach come the weekend. They may even be short a maths teacher tomorrow
Tight lines Cheers Dave
The more effort you put into your fishing, the more you will get out of it
The Carnster strikes again. It was a great morning very few boats with Carnster, Dennis, Pete and myself the only yaks out there. Everyone managed fish with Spanish, spotties and cobes caught. The cobes were hitting the pilly rigs with none under 10kgs Certainly gave the new jigmaster a workout. Nice work boys.