Windamere trip in October

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Re: Windamere trip in October

Postby Fletch » Wed Oct 04, 2017 9:43 pm

Great. Looking forward to catching up..
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Yak PB's, Dusky Flathead 95cm, Sand Flathead 51cm, Snapper 57cm, Yellowbelly 59cm, Murray Cod 75cm,Whiting 37cm, Australian Salmon 58.5cm, Redfin 34.5cm, Bonito 44cm, Tailor 38cm, Bass 30cm..... Watch ths space.

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Re: Windamere trip in October

Postby kiwinaus » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:33 pm

Just a heads up for those coming up to windy before i forget. The new speed camera at the top of Mount Victoria pass in the Blue Mountains is 60km and is always on! watch your speed going both ways especially when going home. :roll: i can fit a couple bags of wood in too and if we run low they sell some up there.
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Re: Windamere trip in October

Postby 2yackers » Sun Oct 15, 2017 4:48 pm

I think I will head up on Friday morning and try to catch my first yellow.
I just got back from Lake StClair where I bagged my first Bass.
The moons are aligned, see you all there.
Regards
Bob

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Re: Windamere trip in October

Postby Fletch » Sun Oct 15, 2017 8:17 pm

Great stuff. Can't wait to get there myself. Looking like Thursday afternoon for me.
If anyone can, some timber will go a long way.
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Yak PB's, Dusky Flathead 95cm, Sand Flathead 51cm, Snapper 57cm, Yellowbelly 59cm, Murray Cod 75cm,Whiting 37cm, Australian Salmon 58.5cm, Redfin 34.5cm, Bonito 44cm, Tailor 38cm, Bass 30cm..... Watch ths space.

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Re: Windamere trip in October

Postby pavo » Mon Oct 16, 2017 8:52 pm

I get some wood on the way and bring a chainsaw
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Re: Windamere trip in October

Postby Fletch » Tue Oct 17, 2017 6:59 am

Thanks Pavo. I have some but will not be enough.
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Yak PB's, Dusky Flathead 95cm, Sand Flathead 51cm, Snapper 57cm, Yellowbelly 59cm, Murray Cod 75cm,Whiting 37cm, Australian Salmon 58.5cm, Redfin 34.5cm, Bonito 44cm, Tailor 38cm, Bass 30cm..... Watch ths space.

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Re: Windamere trip in October

Postby kiwinaus » Thu Oct 19, 2017 10:45 pm

Don't forget your $2 coins. You'll need three to get through the gate. Does not take anything else.
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Re: Windamere trip in October

Postby westie » Fri Oct 20, 2017 11:37 am

could be a late starter for this. if i sort a few things out plan on arriving early doors saturday morning

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