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    Undine reef pics

    Apologies for the lateness but have finall ygot the pics of mums camera. Unfortunately it ran out of batteries after the first couple of pics so land shots are it. The tally again was 5 Spanish, 17 trout, one shark mack, a nice Gold spot trevally, a small mouth nanny and a few mixed reefies. Only fished foir three hours hehe.
    Here we go, Micks first mack after losing 4 straight

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    15 kilos in the end

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    now for a few land shots, here's my big girl in bad light.

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    went 26 kg in the end

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    a couple of the macks

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    I hate this bit!

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    some nice fish there daintreeboy

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    some really good fish there mate onya

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    The small mackerel here was about 9 kilos

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    Good stuff mark! Great spanos mate, dont get much bigger than that!!

    Well done.


    Shane

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    not sure if youd eat a mack that weighed 26kg. isnt it the bigger they are the more risk of ciguatera? anyway pearler of a mack. what line class or rig were you using.


    andrew

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    yes you're right the bigger the fish the bigger the risk. I believe certain areas are more susceptible to ciguatera than others and our area is pretty good. Resident fish in these areas are a bigger threat too but I think this fish was not resident (not giving away any more than that lol)
    Cheers, Mark.

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    That's some very nice fish there Mark!

    Question though - Where you worried the esky would get away???

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    And do you have 3 legs ?

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    [smiley=stupid.gif]
    Funny post boys ....
    Great catch Mark .... does anyone like filleting???

    Well done,
    Herby

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