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70 sumthin snapper 🙂 Southern bay island ( probably to be trumped by josh @Cobiaaddict )  👀 👀 👀 Please login or register to view this image

Cobia for dinner tonite. Caught this bad boy  at about 10am this morning at Outer Rock off Bustard Head. Bait - whole Watsons leaping Bonito. Line - 40 lb  Weight - 14.5 kg Lengt

Flathead  64cm (PB) Coombabah Creek - from the land - ha ha on a yabbie after pumping them to fish from the boat today (couldn't help myself had to wet the line and now glad I did). Was

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On 15/07/2021 at 6:02 PM, Another Wazza said:

Greg, I’m going to call you out for not actually drawing that picture, I believe the credit should go to the 4 year old who did it, shame on you, Hahahaha 

In my defence, it was drawn electronically using a mouse, after half a dozen beers and by someone who was never going to be accepted to art school. 

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1 hour ago, Neil Stratford said:

Cobia for dinner tonite.
Caught this bad boy  at about 10am this morning at Outer Rock off Bustard Head.

Bait - whole Watsons leaping Bonito.

Line - 40 lb 

Weight - 14.5 kg

Length - 1200mm 

Regards 

Neil

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Wowzas!!! That’s huge!!! Nice work Neil!!!

Cheers Hamish

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23 hours ago, Neil Stratford said:

Had a good day on the water today. 

Fished South Bustard Reef for a nice box of mixed reef fish. 
Here’s a few photos . 

Saddle tail sea perch 530mm 

Hussar 350 mm

Mosses Perch  400mm

Grassy Sweetlip 440mm

Coral trout  520mm

Great catches Neil! You are doing so well up there.

5 hours ago, Old Scaley said:

Pretty sure that this will be easily beaten, but here it is anyway:

Whiting 28cm.

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It was sure a nice whiting Steve! 

19 minutes ago, GregOug said:

Well done Steve. I don’t even know how you’re getting out there to catch a whiting, with this **** weather!

Hi Greg

Yesterday, I had a pupil free day, so we (Steve, Brian, I) went to the Rous Channel. The report is called Pupil Free Days’ are best spent in Moreton Bay! 
Cheers Hamish

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On 22/07/2021 at 7:30 PM, GregOug said:

Well! Now that you mention it,  a sentence should start with a capital, so ‘Ha ha’ should be followed by either a full stop, an exclamation mark or a comma. And ‘there’ day, should be ‘their’ day. Apart from that, it was a fairly good effort. 

yours faithfully 

Old Fogie

 

P.S Thanks for giving me something to do.

Capital 'Y' for 'Yours' Greg, a comma or full stop after 'faithfully' and a full stop after 'Fogie' ...... 🤫🤭🤐.   Apart from that, it was a 'reasonable' effort ........ 🤣.

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44 minutes ago, kmcrosby78 said:

Capital 'Y' for 'Yours' Greg, a comma or full stop after 'faithfully' and a full stop after 'Fogie' ...... 🤫🤭🤐.   Apart from that, it was a 'reasonable' effort ........ 🤣.

Is ‘reasonable’ higher than ‘fairly good’? I’m not au fait with the current teacher grading system.

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53 minutes ago, kmcrosby78 said:

Capital 'Y' for 'Yours' Greg, a comma or full stop after 'faithfully' and a full stop after 'Fogie' ...... 🤫🤭🤐.   Apart from that, it was a 'reasonable' effort ........ 🤣.

Thanks for that KM. I think I’ve got it now. One last thing. If I was sending an email to someone I didn’t like, would I still capitalise the ‘y’ in ‘yours’, or just the ‘u’ in ‘up’?

Yours faithfully,

Greg.

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10 hours ago, GregOug said:

Thanks for that KM. I think I’ve got it now. One last thing. If I was sending an email to someone I didn’t like, would I still capitalise the ‘y’ in ‘yours’, or just the ‘u’ in ‘up’?

Yours faithfully,

Greg.

Put it all in capitals Greg,

Then they would know you're yelling and

not happy.

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1 hour ago, Neil Stratford said:

When for a flathead fish this morning and much to my surprise this nice little tailor decided he wanted to check this inside of my esky.

Fish : Tailor

Size : 600mm

Weight: 2.5kg 

Location : Jumpinpin

Lure: Zerek Hot Legs

Line : 3kg braid

 

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That was very nice of him.

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1 hour ago, Neil Stratford said:

When for a flathead fish this morning and much to my surprise this nice little tailor decided he wanted to check this inside of my esky.

Fish : Tailor

Size : 600mm

Weight: 2.5kg 

Location : Jumpinpin

Lure: Zerek Hot Legs

Line : 3kg braid

 

And this was at your secret spot number X21? By the way, thanks for giving me all Neil’s secret spots @Old Scaley. Much appreciated. 

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On 26/07/2021 at 4:48 PM, rayke1938 said:

yella NPD 26/7/21 just over 50 pulled out of 50ft of water and sent it down on a dropper but came back up so Hai is having yella tonight. 

Hi Ray

Great yellowbelly! That would've fought well.

4 hours ago, Neil Stratford said:

When for a flathead fish this morning and much to my surprise this nice little tailor decided he wanted to check this inside of my esky.

Fish : Tailor

Size : 600mm

Weight: 2.5kg 

Location : Jumpinpin

Lure: Zerek Hot Legs

Line : 3kg braid

 

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Hi Neil

Nice tailor! That is a stonka! I'd be happy to catch a tailor 1/2 of that size, haha.

Cheers Hamish

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