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After a few days of wind and rain met up with Gunston for our first yak fish together and launched about 10am.

I'd seen Chris's scupper pro a few weeks ago at his place but first view of one on the water, great yak, and makes YakAtak's pending ownership of a Sc-pro a smart move and incredible value.

With a making tide we used it to advantage; and using 3" pumkinseed minnows I had boated a small lizard within 20 minutes, and on a drift/troll and jig, only managed a few snags over the next hour, also tried 3" watermelon minnows..we went different ways, in river and drains with no further successes..but it was great on the water.

Cuppa on a sandbank, and a couple of pics and 30 minutes later we were off again, me trying a kokoda mad shad which was successful when with LizardWizard last time, and thought it had worked when good bites and strike and some weight all down the tube when I boated a box fish about 25cms,hadn't seen one this far south before, [normally just bloody toads]

I picked up another small flattie, and gradually worked back to the launch site and left the water about 3pm and a pleasant 45 mins postmortem with a couple of stubbies

As expected Chris was good company and another outing is a cert.
 

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Even though the fishing was slow (you did better than I did today), isnt it great to just get out on the water.
I hope we get some good weather now. Forecast is for clearing showers tomorrow. :D
 

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Had a really good time today with Dodge, the weather was perfect and the company great.
I started trolling with a Diawa hardbody without success and after about an hour I took Dodges advice and switched over to a 2" drop shot minnow and within 15 minutes scored a flattie (who cares if it was undersize it was just great being there).
Total for the day two flathead and a pike and two beers.
Not bad I say!! :D
Looking forward to the next trip!!!
 

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Gunston said:
I took Dodges advice and switched over to a 2" drop shot minnow and within 15 minutes scored a flattie !
:shock: :shock: Does that mean I'm now an SP guru :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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That type of scenery is so lazy looking you could just cruise around all day and forget to even drop a lure over the back. :shock:

SAY WHAT

:lol: nice report fella's, but come on

how many beers..........come on :p

:D fishing Russ
 
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Great Stuff Dodge

Good little creek that one, I know some great flathead spots just out from the mouth where it joins the Coomera.

We will have to have a paddle down there together too.

Can't wait.

Cheers
 

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mac_fish said:
We will have to have a paddle down there together too.

Can't wait.
Sel

When the season gets into swing for the lizards we'll organize a trip and am sure a turnout of the GC mob would happen, also good water because not as much traffic on the water
 

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Hi guys,

top report and beautiful pics. looks a lovely place. :D
 

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Cuppa sandbank sounds like miles away from the developers..nice paddling gents :D
 
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