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  1. #31

    Re: Show us ya toga

    i got this(my first) toga last weekend @ Hinze Dam during the bass electric comp. it measured 56cm and was taken on a 50mm squidgey fish rigged on a beetle spin blade. we spotted the fish up a narrow gap, like a drain, and i must have bumped it during the retrieve as it startled then whacked the lure a few cranks later. have to say the fight was nothing special but i suppose its only a small fish for this species.
    Cheers Roo.


  2. #32

    Re: Show us ya toga

    nice fish mate, cant wait till i get on myself!

    Cammo
    Australian Native Fish Vids
    Specialize in Terapontida's, Perches, Cods, Gobies & Gudgeons

  3. #33

    Re: Show us ya toga

    Got this one at Borumba befor ethe water rise.
    It went 740mm and was caught on a green bubble pop on dusk on 4lb fireline.

  4. #34

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    wow theres some massive togas in this thread including the monster 1.3 what a mamoth

  5. #35

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    My first and only from Borumba last year 65cm from memory

    Jim

  6. #36

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    ok these 2 me and my mate caught about a month ago, Biger one is mine i dint measure it but id say it would be close to 65cm.
    "True Blue"

  7. #37

    Re: Show us ya toga

    Nice Togaz mate, Thought id help ya out on your thanking metre lol

    Cam
    Australian Native Fish Vids
    Specialize in Terapontida's, Perches, Cods, Gobies & Gudgeons

  8. #38

    Re: Show us ya toga

    Here's a Cania fish taken at sunrise on a pencilb8 .

    Cheers. B8.
    The underlying spirit of angling,Is that the skill of the angler,Is pitted against the instinct and strength of the fish,And that the latter is entitled to an even chance for his life. Regards, Hardb8.Kickin tails and razin scales since 1979.

  9. #39

    Re: Show us ya toga

    What did ya catch the hand on????

    Jim

  10. #40

    Re: Show us ya toga

    G'day Jim,
    The minor thumb damage is from the jaw grip.And the blood in the palm (Between the thumb and index finger) is from the front treble.

    I do know better .But to land,Photgraph,And release the fish as quickly as possible,A little carnage was a small price to pay .

    Cheers. B8.
    The underlying spirit of angling,Is that the skill of the angler,Is pitted against the instinct and strength of the fish,And that the latter is entitled to an even chance for his life. Regards, Hardb8.Kickin tails and razin scales since 1979.

  11. #41

    Re: Show us ya toga

    Lol Rick. Not really a good fish to go sticking your thumb in their gob .

    Got a new PB .

    Went 77cm. Caught on the quick bee, which still catch's fish despite all its paint worn off. Gotta love surface fishing.

  12. #42

    Re: Show us ya toga

    nice one Tim , she's a pretty solid Toga mate!! From the local puddle ?

    Federation of Fly Fishers
    International Certified Casting Instructor
    Sunshine Coast Fly Fishers
    www.saltwaterflyfishers.org

  13. #43

    Re: Show us ya toga

    Nah Chris, the not so local puddle.

  14. #44

    Re: Show us ya toga

    Hey Tiges,
    that first pic shows a mean looking fish, they sure have kept their prehistoric design. Awesome creatures !

    Can't wait to finally catch one.

  15. #45

    Re: Show us ya toga

    I have been a bit slack in posting these pics, but these are a few fish we caught in CQ a few months back during winter.

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