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After reading Tryhards excellent report on popping the flats, it inspired me to go into Nth Creek for a run.
I suggested to GF that we spend some quality time together and go into the river in the inflatable and fish the flats. She agreed. :lol:
We hit the Nth Creek at about an hour before low tide, which meant it wasnt very good for the flats, they were out of the water, so we decided to head to a little spot that had fished well in the past.
Trolling a Red Eyed Clyde Killer a couple of k's to this semi secret spot hadnt had a touch. We beached the inflatable on a nice sand spit and I cast into some likely holes and snags but with no luck.
Running low on patience we left this spot and trolled down river to the prospect bridge and back to the boat ramp. I didnt get a touch, didnt see any fish at all, saw some nice birds, but it was beautiful on the river and great to spend some quality time with the GF. :D
 

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Breambo, mate sounds like a nice day out doing what you love with the woman that you love. When I lived at Byron, the creek/river at Brunswick was one of my favourites. Big flatchaps, some nice bream and I even managed some nice jacks out of there on occasion. Do you ever fish it?

Catch ya Scott
 

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Scott, cheers mate, I fished Bruns breakwalls about 20 year ago. Havent gotten up there in the kayaks yet. Every time I drive past, I say, "Gee it looks good in there for kayak fishing,". I'd love to catch a big Mangrove Jack.
They are building a new bridge there at the moment. :D
 

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Nice pics Breambo, there is some beautiful country down that way.

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pity about the lack of bites, when I bought my yak on my last holiday up that way it was the site of the maiden voyage. Picked up a couple of small flatties. Second trip was south arm of Brunswick and got a better lizard abt 3lb in old language. back home in Sydney its been a bit less regular
I am heading up that way in October , any hints on places to paddle? I am not up to any offshore stuff yet.
A bloke told me I could launch at the bridge at Teven?

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pity about the lack of bites, when I bought my yak on my last holiday up that way it was the site of the maiden voyage. Picked up a couple of small flatties. Second trip was south arm of Brunswick and got a better lizard abt 3lb in old language. back home in Sydney its been a bit less regular
I am heading up that way in October , any hints on places to paddle? I am not up to any offshore stuff yet.
A bloke told me I could launch at the bridge at Teven?

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Yeah its good up there alright. When you come up we can go after some mangrove jack. Ive been quizzing the old timers for the best spots.
Guy check your PM's.
Cheers
 
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