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  1. Just a quick report. I had a few hours around the rainbow channel last weekend with Angus. We were flicking 4 inch soft plastics around the sandy patches on the drop off on the Western side of the Rainbow. We came across one spot where the flatties were schooled up. There were at least 12 in the spot some were huge. Not quite busting up haha but they did spook easily in the shallows that were just over ankle deep water at times. We dropped more than we landed but kept 4 and released one that we weren't sure if it was too big. 2 of the ones we dropped were very large flathead. One of the medium versions jumped straight out of the net! On the way back we had a flick on the north side of Peel just outside the green zone near the Lazaret and picked up some nice little squire and a grassie. The sandy was just swimming past. Just his unlucky day I suppose. Here are some pics
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