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queensland NPD 15/5/19

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On 15/05/2019 at 8:12 PM, rayke1938 said:

Bit damp first up this morning, 46 bass and 3 yellas and some spanglies between 2 of us all within 1 k from ramp, Spanglies are now redclaw bait. Quite a few redclaw 35cm long. Sorry no photos as I left camera home .



nice one mate. 

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