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Welcome to the site Rob, if you get a chance to post some pics of your fishing adventures, we would like to see them

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7 hours ago, Robert Allen said:

Got the misses sorting through all our photos and will put on as soon as we both agree. The two of us are both mad fisherman and agreeing on photos is like deciding where to fish. 

Fantastic. There is no limit to the number of photos you can post up Perhaps that can help negotiations

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I love seeing SA fish. There are some monsters ans really cool one's 

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Hi ellicat, 

This fish is known as a cob or salmon in S.A. and is caught at deep sea, salt water rivers as well as estuaries  mainly caught on artificial lures in rivers and bait known as chokka and sardine combination. Great fighting fish in shallow water. Back to work Will chat again

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Hi All, 

Thanks for the messages and just to let old scaley know that my Son lives in forest Glen on the sunshine coast I think that's right and my daughter lives in Brisbane. Arranging to come over in March next year and hopefully do some good fishing and meet as many of you as possible. 

Anyway good fishing and right lines

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Great photos @Robert Allen - I must have been busy when you put them up. A lot of those fish are caught in Australia - what is the large stocky one hanging on the scales?  Solid fish!!   Our mackerel season should still be going strong when you are hear in March (hopefully) so let us know when you are here and we should be able to get you out for a days fishing

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Thanks for the comment and yes it will be great to get to Aus and catch some of your great fish too. The one on the scale is known as a black mussel cracker here in S A it's an extremely powerful fish and can get very large up to 50 plus kilograms. That one in the picture is 38kgs. Have been off line for a bit so sorry for getting back to you so late. Tight lines

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