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    Deep-drop

    Went for a quick fish before this wind hit
    Happy freezer - gotta feed
    23kg Blue-eyed Trevella Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: Deep-drop

    Funny thing was first fish a green-eyed shark
    Then a 3.5m shark circling under the boat - even ste a big puffer fish
    Dropped the green-eye when it took it it was like it got hit with a cattle-prod
    Never saw it again

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  3. #3

    Re: Deep-drop

    Trev, nice filleting job, can you look after mine please.

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    Re: Deep-drop

    I like your skills nothing to waste

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    Re: Deep-drop

    Doing a Thai green curry tomorrow with wings and frame Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: Deep-drop

    Buried the heads under apple trees Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: Deep-drop

    Gee isn't that a ripper…!..

    How big do those suckers grow..?

    I also bury the remains in the garden.....just have to be careful with mackeral in the vege garden..the bloody jaws and teeth stay intact 12 months later...

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    Re: Deep-drop

    Quote Originally Posted by TREVELLY View Post
    Went for a quick fish before this wind hit
    Happy freezer - gotta feed
    23kg Blue-eyed Trevella Click image for larger version. 

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    well done

    out of Moreton ?

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    Re: Deep-drop

    Thanks
    Yeah off Brisbane
    I typically fish mid Straddie to Mooloolaba wide
    It's a big paddock
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    well done

    out of Moreton ?
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    Re: Deep-drop

    Don't know how big they grow but have seen bigger than 35kg
    Quote Originally Posted by disorderly View Post
    Gee isn't that a ripper…!..

    How big do those suckers grow..?

    I also bury the remains in the garden.....just have to be careful with mackeral in the vege garden..the bloody jaws and teeth stay intact 12 months later...
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    Trev

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    Re: Deep-drop

    Typically how deep are you fishing. Is their any point in looking at water 150 to 200 meters.

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    Re: Deep-drop

    Trev u have some really rich soil with all that foliage breaking down on the top they say the darker the soil the richer the quality

    I tried doing cert III in horticulture thru oten de many years ago went to one group meeting but felt uncomfortable and the amount of bookwork was masdive so never took it any further

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    Re: Deep-drop

    I typically start at 250m for barcod and deeper for blue-eye
    This one was deeper than 600m
    Am hopeful to look 450m to 750m when conditions allow for blue-eye and bass groper
    In the 150 to 200 you will get barcod but also in good depth for snapper, pearlies and flames
    I get the above off a wreck in 150m except the illusive flames which I am determined to find
    Quote Originally Posted by tropicrows View Post
    Typically how deep are you fishing. Is their any point in looking at water 150 to 200 meters.

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    Re: Deep-drop

    I got silly last birthday and bought a fishing reel
    Haven't used it yet
    Presently using Miya Epoch X-9Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: Deep-drop

    That's what I call a fishing reel !

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