Narrow Neck 10/03 - smooth sailing

Go on then, tell us your stories...
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Sat Mar 10, 2018 4:22 pm

6:15am launch with Mitch and Barry. (I hear the Mayor was busy shopping for healing crystals for his yoga studio.)

Easy paddle out to Rough Rock, drifted across to Pin #7.

We were all on the fish.

The new Catch Stingaz Jig-heads worked well - pretty impressed.

Was good to get out there after the last couple of weekends of rubbish weather.

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Sun Mar 11, 2018 11:09 am

Yes Doc, it was a good morning, As for Barry forgetting is battery for his FF. He would lose his head if it wasn't screwed on.
The Jester did say he was off to a kids party dressed in his best Jester (clown) outfit minus the yoga pants but with trench coat and bag of lollies.
Sliders working well as per normal with a couple on soft sits, life is good.
Viking PF400 - Kermit
Viking Espri Angler - worn out
PB snapper - 17.9lbs - 82cm CKFC
Plenty of time to sleep when you die

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Sun Mar 11, 2018 1:37 pm

Result right there mate... :y:

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Mon Mar 12, 2018 9:19 am

Laugh it up chaps. I was in fact sorting you fella's a new kayak landing net (pictured) which should be more than adequate for the size of fish you catch.
I went on Sunday, a very pleasant morning and yet more points for the Mayor.
Looking forward to our forth coming trip up North :beer:

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