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Catching Fresh Flake 17/5/15 (Read 1769 times)
 
May 19th, 2015 at 8:50pm

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With the weather and other things getting in the way of fishing I finally got a got a chance to go fishing first time in 4 weeks .Both Sat and Sunday would have made a very poor day for sailing or flying kites however perfect for a trip on the bay .
I got out on the Sunday and what a mint day to be kayaking on the water drowning a prawn or 2 ( not a breath of wind ) -- I fished with a mate Mal out from Lang Lang with fresh flake in mind and we weren't disappointed 
both pulling our bag of pan sized gummies my larger of the 2 keepers went just over a meter , and quite a few C+R fish as well , there were also quite a few just under size fish amongst  the keepers so it was entertaining enough

but how good was the day no wind , slow tides, sunshine all day and fish -- it doesn't get any better than that !

Mal also had picked his 2 keepers ( bag limit ) and c+r a few more . hopefully we can get a few more of these perfect days through winter

I'm looking at getting down to the Portland area for Queens Birthday W/E to try for a Blue fin Tuna
Hopefully both the weather and fish play ball

these things are hard work to catch on the kayak with a lot of paddling between fish


 

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Reply #1 - Sep 21st, 2015 at 10:07pm

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The reply is a little bit late but glad you had a great day on the water. I bet those gummies tasted good too. I bet the blue fin would  tow you around for a while. I used to chase them off the rocks and know how hard they run. It would be awesome to get one in a yak.
 

Its not burnt. Just really well done.
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