Great pics, Ross....wish I coud have been there. Wow, Wivenhoe's water is low and the grass is dry. Looking forward to the rest of the reports.
He burnt them successfully with his little helpers :lol:yaker said:Here's some of the guys at lunchtime, making sure Ross burnt the sausages properly...
We get the big forkies out here in CQ wrasseman and when nothing else is biting they are a welcome little battle! Not to mention they hit surface poppers out here and the bigger ones can even tow the yak for short periods. Good fun.wrasseman said:Sounds like a good trip fellas. I for one would love to catch one of those catfish to add to my species tally if nothing else. After all they grow big and take lures, what's not to like. Never met a fish I didn't want to catch...
Ross time for one of those tests reserved for older folk; it was a 3 pack of stubbies of which one was Ginger Ale, and just as you left you quaffed the ginger...if you fail the test you get put out to pasture and get more fishing time, so don't try to hard :lol:meoldchina said:.
Karl, did you end up with beer or Ginger Ale for the "biggest Forky" :?: - apparently my eyes were a bit fuzzy from the smoke of the burning sausages and I handed over a 4-pack of Ginger Ale bottles thinking they were beer :roll: