Lake St Clair - Sunday 26/11/2017

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Lake St Clair - Sunday 26/11/2017

#1 Post by pdfarrell » Thu Nov 23, 2017 2:27 pm

Change of tactics this weekend, with the V8 Supercars on Newcastle, I've decided to stay up this end of the valley and fish Lake St Clair at 6:00am Sunday morning.

All free to join in.

May even consider an over-nighter if I anyone is keen, would just have to clear a leave pass first.


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Re: Lake St Clair - Sunday 26/11/2017

#2 Post by rocky » Thu Nov 23, 2017 8:19 pm

Love to join you Paul but will be at the Supercars on Sunday, scored some tickets so will be taking grandson along.
Hope it’s a fishy day up there.

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