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  1. #136

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    A few Lake Samsonvale ( North Pine Dam ) Yellowbelly from the last few weeks, they're loving the grassy edges at the moment. Catching most of them no more than a couple of metres from where I'm standing. On plastics and metal vibe lures.
    Last edited by Little grey men; 01-04-2008 at 03:20 PM.

  2. #137

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    nice fish lgm ,the yellas just love new flooded ground.EASY PICKINGS.cheers bdowdy..brett

  3. #138

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    Been looking through the pics, some big fish in here fellas!

    I'll add a couple of pics of my best yellow, 52cms from somerset, don't know the weight. I've only ever caught two, this was the second. Dont get to do much freshwater fishing.

    Didn't realise my bro had chopped the tail in the photo until after the fish was back in the water, ah well .
    simon

    The ocean is the ultimate solution - Frank Zappa

    http://s428.photobucket.com/albums/qq9/slyman71/

  4. #139

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    Nice yella Simon, amazing colourings on some of them. they'd be pretty hard to spot in a weed bed.

  5. #140

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Little grey men View Post
    Nice yella Simon, amazing colourings on some of them. they'd be pretty hard to spot in a weed bed.
    Yep lovely colours on these fish, this one was caught right up close to a steep rocky face to my left in the picture though, not from the grassy area behind me. This was just after Somerset had that big inflow at the beginning of the year. It was the only fish for the day between three of us in the boat, and it was released. Caught it on a soft jackall in a yellowy green colour.
    simon

    The ocean is the ultimate solution - Frank Zappa

    http://s428.photobucket.com/albums/qq9/slyman71/

  6. #141

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    Yellowbelly from Copeton Dam



    Cheers

    Phil

  7. #142

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    Thats an awesome yellowbelly Phil. I used to fish for these when I was much younger but haven't done so in many years. I'm keen to get back out there again amongst these freshwater buggers. I love 'em to eat! Darren.

  8. #143

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    glenlyon yella[ATTACH]sum[/ATTACH]

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  9. #144

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    Niiiiiiice.
    God I love the colour of those yella's further north. Copeton's yella's are very very gold too. Is glenlyon rocky like Copeton Brett?



    This is one from Split Rock last month. Ours dont get that beautiful gold.

    Have a good weekend to all doing the Glenlyon Ausfish M&G this weekend. Hope this bloody wind settles for you all.

  10. #145

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    hi cindy not as rocky as copeton,,,nice fish...wont be making glenlyon this weekend off to the gold coast living it up at conrads casino...more relaxation..brett

  11. #146

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    Borumba a couple of weeks ago, not a huge fish, but good color, and my first yellow on a jigged blade.



  12. #147

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    Nice yella - yes, beautiful colour. What sort of blade?

  13. #148

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    A few Pindari yellas , note the jaw on the second pic .

  14. #149

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    Nice fat soccerballs there Muggles. Plus one with a harelip..lol
    Pindari starting to fire up? What did the damage?

  15. #150

    Re: Show us your Yellas!!!!

    Gold TT Cindy.



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