ellicat

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About ellicat

Profile Information

  • Location
    Holland Park
  • State
    Queensland
  • Country
    Australia
  • Post Code
    4121
  • Bio
    I am me.
  • Interests
    Chocolate
  • Occupation
    Chocolate tester
  • Website
    As if I'd tell you

Contact Information

  • Mobile Phone #
    yep
  • Home Phone #
    yep
  • Work Phone #
    nuh
  • Skype
    yep

Fishing

  • Fishing Types
    Freshwater and Impoundment Fishing
    Estuary and Coastal Fishing
    Offshore and Reef Fishing
  • Favourite Lure
    Stump Jumper
  • Favourite Bait
    Shrimp and squid
  • Best Catch
    The wife of course

Personal Bests

  • Tailor
    64
  • Bass
    40odd
  • Kingfish
    80
  • Bream
    42
  • Yellowbelly
    51
  • Cod
    65
  • Mackerel
    Spot 88cm, Shark 1m+
  • Flathead
    68
  • Mangrove Jack
    46
  • Tuna
    85
  • Snapper
    70
  • Grassy Sweetlip
    40odd
  • Jewfish
    73
  • Shark
    180
  • Trevally
    40odd
  • Whiting
    38

Boating

  • Boat Owner
    Yes
  • Boat Name
    The [insert all known swear words] Force

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  1. ellicat

    Nrl 2019

    Settttlllle. You're worse than me. Lovin' it while it lasts. We've got a pretty easy start to the season.
  2. https://australianmuseum.net.au/learn/animals/sea-squirts/cunjevoi/ Cunjevoi Scientific name: Pyura stolonifera Alternative name/s: Sea Squirt Updated 18/10/18 Read time 2 minutes Share this page:hare on Facebook e on Twitter Share on Linkedin Share via Email Click to enlarge image Cunjevoi, Pyura stolonifera Image: Andrew Donnelly © Australian Museum Fast Facts Classification Species stolonifera Genus Pyura Family Pyuridae Suborder Stolidobranchia Class Ascidacea Subphylum Tunicata Phylum Chordata Kingdom Animalia Size Range 30 cm Introduction The Cunjevoi is a sea squirt found around the edge of the low-tide mark that often forms mats over the rocks. Identification The Cunjevoi is sometimes covered in green or brown algae and has a tough brown exterior or 'tunic'. Habitat Cunjevois live on intertidal rocky shores. Feeding and diet During high tide, the Cunjevoi feeds on plankton as water is pumped in and out of its siphons. Other behaviours and adaptations As the tide recedes, the Cunjevoi holds water to keep from drying out and, like all sea squirts, squirts a jet of water like a water pistol when squeezed or trodden on at low tide. Economic impacts Cunjevoi is an Aboriginal name and the animals were once a common food source for Sydney's Aboriginal people. Today, the Cunjevoi is popularly used as fishing bait. People cut the Cunjevoi, scoop out its soft insides and leave the hard tunic attached to the rock. However, the Cunjevoi is a protected species in some parts (marine reserves) of Sydney Harbour.
  3. ellicat

    Nrl 2019

    I'll just leave this here ...
  4. You're lucky you didn't get bitten - they have a habit of trying to get you.
  5. Woohoo ! Now you know what to expect, it'll be even better than the last one.
  6. Anything that bends the rod is a good thing. Except, of course, dead bodies and pike eels.
  7. Good you can get back into it, even if you do look like a bank robber.
  8. That's a great job you have done, mate. I bet you can't stop looking at her.
  9. Not a bad session. At least you had something worthy to show them. Better than my last few stranger conversations about catfish and pike eels. haha
  10. Your arms will be too long for the keyboard soon. Get in as many reports as you can. Plenty of fun in that lot, no wonder the memory is fuzzy.
  11. ellicat

    Nrl 2019

    Bit harsh on the poor old Titans there Gad. Missing their two halves and all. Their forwards certainly lost the battle against Papali and Co.
  12. Sounds like a good father/son day out. I've never fished Scarborough Reef myself, however have seen some good size snapper (60cm+) reported from there. Can't remember the crucial details though (like tide/time etc).