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#1 keithy351

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Posted 15 February 2010 - 07:48 PM

g'day all, over the weekend i finally got a chance to take out the yo-zuri shrimp hunter, was working it with my soft plastics rod, but unfortunetly no success, it was an area that i have seen squid caught before, sunny arvo, minimal wind, was a little p'd but thats fishing, gonna invest in a few more jigs this week so i got 4 different colours, anyone fish with 2 rods when squiding? ie one rod in hand flicking squid jigs the other out there with a baited jig under a float with a pilly? on a decent note though picked up 2 decent size salmon well over 2kgs each and a just legal flathead off the beach the other night, which cooked up very well with some lemon, oil, onions, tomato and garlic salt cooked whole... heres a pic

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Posted 15 February 2010 - 09:50 PM

g'day all, over the weekend i finally got a chance to take out the yo-zuri shrimp hunter, was working it with my soft plastics rod, but unfortunetly no success, it was an area that i have seen squid caught before, sunny arvo, minimal wind, was a little p'd but thats fishing, gonna invest in a few more jigs this week so i got 4 different colours, anyone fish with 2 rods when squiding? ie one rod in hand flicking squid jigs the other out there with a baited jig under a float with a pilly? on a decent note though picked up 2 decent size salmon well over 2kgs each and a just legal flathead off the beach the other night, which cooked up very well with some lemon, oil, onions, tomato and garlic salt cooked whole... heres a pic


Are u sure theyre salmon? They look like tailor to me. Nice catch regardless...
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#3 keithy351

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Posted 15 February 2010 - 09:55 PM

Are u sure theyre salmon? They look like tailor to me. Nice catch regardless...



haha yeh they look like tailor in the pic but they have the greeny colour along the top of them like all salmon usually do,plus they have been scaled and gutted in the pic, when the scales came off it made em look silvery but defiently salmon... thanks btw
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