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Yet another Coomera session with Viper 83.


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Hit up my spot at Coomera on yesterday again with Matt (Viper 83.)

It was an early start again (which is becoming a favorite of ours,) We found a deep hole on the way to our spot so thought we'd drop down a couple of plastics as the sounder was showing some great arches, but nothing came of that.

Moon set:

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So we moved onto and started to work a flat that was slowly submerging. We tried surface lures and plastics there but again no joy.

So we moved again, and on the first cast Matty was off the donut with a good flatty, taken on an ecogear prawn again.

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Next he was onto a bream for the same hole.

More pics and report to follow.

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We later moved on to our intended spot, but we'd stuffed up with the tide times and it was tough going.

Matt was finding it easier than I was, pulling a few fish from here and there.

Once the tide had basically bottomed out we were stuck in spot for a while. Then I started to find the fish. I switched over from the ecogear prawns to a plastic that's never let me down, ( Damiki 3" armor shad in Moebi)

I was instantly rewarded with a flatty going 43.

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Then Matty was onto one.

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Then I pulled a nice bream going 32.

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More pics to follow again.

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Killing it man! Those armor shads are my favourite flattie sp too.... Looks like you guys have got the coomera pretty much sussed B) nice pics too btw

Yeah mate they are flatty killer. I've been starting to experiment with snagless, and lighter hidden weights with them.

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