Two fish one net?

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Two fish one net?

Postby coattail rider » Sun Jan 08, 2017 7:17 pm

You'll notice there's two fish in the net... Why? Well I hooked a 36 cm Yellowbelly and it's budy came up to watch the fight... And I netted it two.. 43 cm Yellowbelly in the net as well.. Does this mean my pb is now 79cm?

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The fun didn't stop there.. More strangeness later with a 56cm Carp smashing a surface lure.

I'll post some video and a full report in the next few days
Kayak PBs

Spotted Mack 87cm ,Murray cod 73cm,Trout Cod 35cm, Snapper 63cm, Mangrove Jack 54cm, Kingfish 63cm, Sooty Grunter 40cm, A. salmon 55cm, Bream 38cm, Flathead 70cm, GT 50cm, Jewfish 60cm, Yellowbelly 47cm, Bass 45cm (to the fork), Estuary Perch 41cm, Tailor 62cm, Squid 45cm, Redfin 36cm, Flounder 37cm, Mac Tuna 38cm, Macquarie Perch 33cm, Rainbow trout 47cm, Albatross 75cm (wingspan!)
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Re: Two fish one net?

Postby dinodadog » Mon Jan 09, 2017 5:28 am

Years a go I used to put my sounder on fish ID and you could see a large and small fish together, they were usually yellas, I would bait fish for them and many times you would get the bigger one female and the male would follow it up and as you did you get 2 for your effort. I have done it once with bass as well.

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Re: Two fish one net?

Postby Green Hornet » Mon Jan 09, 2017 7:59 am

Good score :gu:
If you can count a 79cm yellowbelly as a PB then my PB flathead has just jumped to 135cm :lek:
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