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    Went for a flick today

    Decided to go for a flattie flick today as I had a window of opportunity.
    Had a request from a friend to give his friend some advice on land based fishing but not having done it for a while took him with me instead.

    I fished last week in a couple of spots that seemed to fire but not today. Tried some places that hadn't worked for me for at least 2 years and came up trumps.

    We kept 4 fish 57 - 63cm let many more go including the lovely 73cm specimen.

    Good day all round (chilly start at 8.5C).
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    Re: Went for a flick today

    Great effort Sam. Well done.


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    Re: Went for a flick today

    looks like a good bit of weather to be out
    congrats

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    Re: Went for a flick today

    Nice Job Sam...

    Looks like cracking weather quite unlike up here which is blowing 20 knots and cold showery days...every day..!

    What did they bite on..?

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    Re: Went for a flick today

    Some nice fish to put a bend in the rod so worth the the cold start, there should be some nice fish coming in soon with the good flush out.

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    Re: Went for a flick today

    Quote Originally Posted by disorderly View Post
    Nice Job Sam...

    Looks like cracking weather quite unlike up here which is blowing 20 knots and cold showery days...every day..!

    What did they bite on..?
    Scott, started off on Atomic Prongs in Radioactive Chicken which was the favourite last week but when it slowed down changed to Zmans Streakz in midnight oil or similar seemed to turn them on.

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    Re: Went for a flick today

    Quote Originally Posted by Dignity View Post
    Decided to go for a flattie flick today as I had a window of opportunity.
    Had a request from a friend to give his friend some advice on land based fishing but not having done it for a while took him with me instead.

    I fished last week in a couple of spots that seemed to fire but not today. Tried some places that hadn't worked for me for at least 2 years and came up trumps.

    We kept 4 fish 57 - 63cm let many more go including the lovely 73cm specimen.

    Good day all round (chilly start at 8.5C).
    Well done Mate and how good when the Fish turn up .
    Was losing faith there a tad myself as most my Fishing Possies seemed to be drying up but last few trip the Whiting have been partying .

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    Re: Went for a flick today

    Quote Originally Posted by Dignity View Post
    Decided to go for a flattie flick today as I had a window of opportunity.
    Had a request from a friend to give his friend some advice on land based fishing but not having done it for a while took him with me instead.

    I fished last week in a couple of spots that seemed to fire but not today. Tried some places that hadn't worked for me for at least 2 years and came up trumps.

    We kept 4 fish 57 - 63cm let many more go including the lovely 73cm specimen.

    Good day all round (chilly start at 8.5C).
    That's a nice flatty ...... awesome .

    I see that NSW fisheries have now brought in a slot limit for Dusky flathead - > 70cm = no take

    Chris
    Give a man a fish & he will eat for a day !
    Teach him how to fish
    & he will sit in a boat - & drink beer all day!
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    Re: Went for a flick today

    Quote Originally Posted by NAGG View Post
    That's a nice flatty ...... awesome .

    I see that NSW fisheries have now brought in a slot limit for Dusky flathead - > 70cm = no take

    Chris
    But left the minimum at 36cm, also a bag limit which is good to see.

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