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I understand where you're coming from Got-Ya but three weeks ago it was pretty much red hot out there.  Unusual for that time of year. When the blue water is in, it is on! The key is using technology I guess rather than the reactionary 'it was good two weeks ago and now the coast is flat so let's go' approach.
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I meant on average over the years. From mid to late Feb onwards most years see the blue water in at 80m or closer saves a lot of gas. and as you know on the west coast we are only out there in good conditions. (Unless a comp is on (intentional dig)).
THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF FISHERMAN, THOSE WHO FISH FOR SPORT AND THOSE THAT CATCH SOMETHING.
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Great come back Got-Ya and I hope to weigh some fish for those BiL's of yours. Next weekend is looking good for a few days, be interesting to see where the fish are now
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Well one of my neices has already weighed one. 93 or 94 kg?
THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF FISHERMAN, THOSE WHO FISH FOR SPORT AND THOSE THAT CATCH SOMETHING.
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Snuck out for a quick fish Sunday, found the bait and picked up a passenger.
Those that say it can't be done are being overtaken by those doing it.
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Great pics of fish and sounder
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Nice work Yknot. Great conditions on Sunday and today
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