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ID:	124653Went done the coast the day after the classic and had a good session. We ended up with a dozen or so fish but these three, 81, 68 and 54 were the best. we also dropped two big mammas. Cant wait to get back to the secret spot.

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    Re: Some nice flatties

    Very nice
    The 81's a stonka

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    Well done Micksta , i fish the Pumicestone passage and in the last 2 years my tally so far is 470 fish and the biggest was 68cm, have not caught a fish over 70 cm for 7 years now..

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    Re: Some nice flatties

    Quote Originally Posted by alleycat View Post
    Well done Micksta , i fish the Pumicestone passage and in the last 2 years my tally so far is 470 fish and the biggest was 68cm, have not caught a fish over 70 cm for 7 years now..
    Gday AC, Iíve been getting my fair share but this is the first season in ages I havenít caught one over 75cm. Weird
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    Quote Originally Posted by Funchy View Post
    Gday AC, Iíve been getting my fair share but this is the first season in ages I havenít caught one over 75cm. Weird
    Hi Funchy, i find they drop off badly come september in the donnybrook toorbul area, that 68 cm was caught in the Pine so my record for the passage is a sad 65cm , my best session was 25 flatties before lunch in June, great fun but no big girls, they seem far more common around the Pin .

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    Generally in September/October they tend to move towards the bar up here around the coffee rock to breed. March also seems to be a month they move this way also.

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