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Originally posted by Alan L Alan L wrote:

Fishing report.
Well, fishing with Bazza was never going to be dull. Took about 2 hrs to depart the driveway after Bazza declared we are nearly ready. Always forgetting last minute stuff. Must make sure we have everything for 2 nights and a days fishing.
Arrived at Te Toro just on dark - and met up with smudge. Cool. But busy boy.
Then we discovered we had no milk, bread or spuds. Oh well, we can eat dry weetbix morning and night.
Fishing the muddy was a new experience for me. Surprised at the current on the tide.
Was like being anchored in a river and I expected a trout anytime soon.
Took a while to find a grunter but I was pi....ng myself most of the morning listening to Bazzas endless funny stories.
We got a few grunters eventually but not on the prize list. I thought Bazza had it all sorted.
Then Bazza lost the camper van keys - just before dark.
After we eventually found them he left them to me to look after.
Met up with one guy who knows where the scallops live on the Muddy. but he wasn't passing much on - except he uses them for Trevally baits.
They sure are different up there - Skoti and scallops to catch Trevs. If I was on that guys boat he wouldn't have any bait.
Good fun w/end.
Anyone got a recipe for Lesser known green furry gurnard - Bazza is interested.
Alan
 


Hey ... young fella ... hi
"If women are so bloody perfect at multitasking, How come they can't have a headache and sex at the same time?"
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Originally posted by Alan L Alan L wrote:

Fishing report.
Well, fishing with Bazza was never going to be dull. Took about 2 hrs to depart the driveway after Bazza declared we are nearly ready. Always forgetting last minute stuff. Must make sure we have everything for 2 nights and a days fishing.
Arrived at Te Toro just on dark - and met up with smudge. Cool. But busy boy.
Then we discovered we had no milk, bread or spuds. Oh well, we can eat dry weetbix morning and night.
Fishing the muddy was a new experience for me. Surprised at the current on the tide.
Was like being anchored in a river and I expected a trout anytime soon.
Took a while to find a grunter but I was pi....ng myself most of the morning listening to Bazzas endless funny stories.
We got a few grunters eventually but not on the prize list. I thought Bazza had it all sorted.
Then Bazza lost the camper van keys - just before dark.
After we eventually found them he left them to me to look after.
Met up with one guy who knows where the scallops live on the Muddy. but he wasn't passing much on - except he uses them for Trevally baits.
They sure are different up there - Skoti and scallops to catch Trevs. If I was on that guys boat he wouldn't have any bait.
Good fun w/end.
Anyone got a recipe for Lesser known green furry gurnard - Bazza is interested.
Alan
 

Hey young fella .... whoa .... high time you developed some respect for your elders !!

I thought you at least you would be grateful for the advice I freely gave you re  JAFFA fishing methods & testimony to what a good job I did lay in the fact you caught twice as many as myself.

At least I had the commonsense to avoid getting stuck in the parking area with wheels spinning & having to impose on the good natured locals to push you out !

Must admit tho you did pass the observation test by successfully detecting the m/home keys that had been hung on the wire fence !


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Originally posted by bazza bazza wrote:

Originally posted by Alan L Alan L wrote:

Fishing report.
Well, fishing with Bazza was never going to be dull. Took about 2 hrs to depart the driveway after Bazza declared we are nearly ready. Always forgetting last minute stuff. Must make sure we have everything for 2 nights and a days fishing.
Arrived at Te Toro just on dark - and met up with smudge. Cool. But busy boy.
Then we discovered we had no milk, bread or spuds. Oh well, we can eat dry weetbix morning and night.
Fishing the muddy was a new experience for me. Surprised at the current on the tide.
Was like being anchored in a river and I expected a trout anytime soon.
Took a while to find a grunter but I was pi....ng myself most of the morning listening to Bazzas endless funny stories.
We got a few grunters eventually but not on the prize list. I thought Bazza had it all sorted.
Then Bazza lost the camper van keys - just before dark.
After we eventually found them he left them to me to look after.
Met up with one guy who knows where the scallops live on the Muddy. but he wasn't passing much on - except he uses them for Trevally baits.
They sure are different up there - Skoti and scallops to catch Trevs. If I was on that guys boat he wouldn't have any bait.
Good fun w/end.
Anyone got a recipe for Lesser known green furry gurnard - Bazza is interested.
Alan
 


Hey ... young fella ... hi

OK, coupla things, I live down the road. 
If you needed stuff you should have asked! You know - essentials, bait, spuds, bread, beer. It's all there. Using scallops for trevally bait?  Could have been anyone of ten people.  Probably Mars Big smile

Nice to see you guys there but I said that earlier
Best gurnard fisherman in my street
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