Rainbows

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coattail rider
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Rainbows

#1 Post by coattail rider » Sun Aug 07, 2016 5:36 pm

Got these out of the yak today.

Full report, photos and video when I get chance

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Kayak PBs

Spotted Mack 87cm ,Murray cod 73cm,Trout Cod 35cm, Snapper 65cm, Mangrove Jack 54cm, Kingfish 74cm, Sooty Grunter 40cm, A. salmon 58cm, Bream 38cm, Flathead 70cm, GT 50cm, Jewfish 60cm, Yellowbelly 55cm, Bass 45cm (to the fork), Estuary Perch 50cm, Tailor 62cm, Squid 45cm, Redfin 36cm, Flounder 37cm, Mac Tuna 38cm, Macquarie Perch 33cm, Rainbow trout 47cm,Bonito 47cm Albatross 75cm (wingspan!)

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Re: Rainbows

#2 Post by allane » Sun Aug 07, 2016 6:04 pm

Mmm smoked trout, looking forward to the report.
Yak PBs: Bream 38cm FL, Bass 46cm FL, Estuary Perch 36cm FL, Flathead 61cm, Whiting 43cm, Luderick 41cm, Silver Trevally 47cm, Mangrove Jack 44cm

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Re: Rainbows

#3 Post by Jamie D » Sun Aug 07, 2016 7:05 pm

allane wrote:Mmm smoked trout, looking forward to the report.
X 2 on the yumminess

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Re: Rainbows

#4 Post by Jamie D » Sun Aug 07, 2016 7:07 pm

Or yummyness , or yuminess , forgive me , I've been playing games in the comments section on youtube with grammar trolls again :wink:

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Re: Rainbows

#5 Post by coattail rider » Sun Aug 07, 2016 8:03 pm

It's in the oven as we speak
Kayak PBs

Spotted Mack 87cm ,Murray cod 73cm,Trout Cod 35cm, Snapper 65cm, Mangrove Jack 54cm, Kingfish 74cm, Sooty Grunter 40cm, A. salmon 58cm, Bream 38cm, Flathead 70cm, GT 50cm, Jewfish 60cm, Yellowbelly 55cm, Bass 45cm (to the fork), Estuary Perch 50cm, Tailor 62cm, Squid 45cm, Redfin 36cm, Flounder 37cm, Mac Tuna 38cm, Macquarie Perch 33cm, Rainbow trout 47cm,Bonito 47cm Albatross 75cm (wingspan!)

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Re: Rainbows

#6 Post by dinodadog » Mon Aug 08, 2016 5:13 am

Bass in the 2 dams I mostly fish dont seem to like that colour spoon, I can catch plenty on the green one though. :roll: :roll:
Nice rainbows, havnt caught a trout for a couple of years, might have to go come october.

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Re: Rainbows

#7 Post by mouse » Mon Aug 08, 2016 4:29 pm

Nice one Coat :cool:
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Re: Rainbows

#8 Post by pavo » Sun Sep 11, 2016 11:35 am

They are a beautiful looking fish bud.

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Re: Rainbows

#9 Post by Jamie D » Sun Sep 11, 2016 12:15 pm

Just watched the best episode of adventure angler based on the Tasmanian Lakes region flyfishing using the dry beetle flies Great footage watching the trout stalk the fly and then big Splashy surface take

Awesome

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