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    1770 day charter

    Just had a weeks family holiday at 1770 and didn't take the boat, so did a day charter with Hooked on 1770. Turned out to be a top day, both weather and fishing wise. This is a good value charter imho, the skipper works hard to put you on the fish. We ranged from around the outer wides to the back of Fitzroy and came home with a great haul.
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    fruit salad is the new Bacon

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    Re: 1770 day charter

    Wow some excellent fish amongst that lot ,yummy. Matt
    A bad days fishing has got to be better than any day at work......


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    Yes, it was a nice quality standard of trout for sure!
    fruit salad is the new Bacon

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    I just LOVE coral trout it's my favourite fish to eat mmmmmmm. Matt
    A bad days fishing has got to be better than any day at work......


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    You got me keen to get back up there FH....was booked with them once but they pulled the pin due to weather....next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crunchy View Post
    You got me keen to get back up there FH....was booked with them once but they pulled the pin due to weather....next time.
    It's not a 5 star, luxury operation, but great value and old mate is very determined to put fish in the box. Well worth it.
    fruit salad is the new Bacon

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    Re: 1770 day charter

    Good effort well done.

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    Re: 1770 day charter

    Some good chewing there - and no boat cleaning to boot.

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    Re: 1770 day charter

    As mentioned in the OP, the skipper Damo works hard to get you onto the fish. He will pull anchor and move if decent fish aren't onboard after about ten minutes. Would be the best day charter I have been on.
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    Funchy
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