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King George whiting are better. Nice dhufish though.
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Dam Troy! That is really impressive, never seen a trumpter anywhere near that big. Even looks like a king when it first surfaces, good effort man!
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TCG its a valley hill rod...the model has slipped my mind, all my gear is on its way here so can pm you the model number once here......

Diver Dan.....KG is good, but in my opinion Boldchin (blue bone family) is better then both KG & Dhue and is the best eating fish for metro ways on WA....each to there own opinion though

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Welcome to the boards Brett. Keep posting up your strange fish and experiences. We love to hear from across the ditch.
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Rod: CD Slow Jig Rod

Reel: Okuma Citrix 364

Braid: 15lb

Jig: 150g Inchiku

Leader: 20lb Fluorocarbon

Location: D'Urville Island

Est. Weight: 20ish KG, fish was in cracking condition
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Not really hall of fame material for most of you boys but I was pretty happy with it.


Rod: Jigstar 350 Shadow

Reel: Stella 8000swpg

Braid: 80lb

Jig: 400g-ish orange (one of many I grabbed off Blue Asparagus for a steal)

Weight:27kg

Location: Gisborne




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27kg not to be snezzed at you know, well done
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Great looking fish well done.
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Originally posted by metalmayhem metalmayhem wrote:

TCG its a valley hill rod...the model has slipped my mind, all my gear is on its way here so can pm you the model number once here......

Diver Dan.....KG is good, but in my opinion Boldchin (blue bone family) is better then both KG & Dhue and is the best eating fish for metro ways on WA....each to there own opinion though

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Yeah, baldchin are pretty damn good too
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Originally posted by Tzer Tzer wrote:

27kg not to be snezzed at you know, well done

Originally posted by ROCKSTARS ROCKSTARS wrote:

Great looking fish well done.

Cheers guys. Was hoping it'd go 30 but I was still stoked
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Originally posted by gizzykid gizzykid wrote:

Originally posted by Tzer Tzer wrote:

27kg not to be snezzed at you know, well done

Originally posted by ROCKSTARS ROCKSTARS wrote:

Great looking fish well done.

Cheers guys. Was hoping it'd go 30 but I was still stoked


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Rod: Monster Mesh PE3

Reel: Shimano Stradic 

Braid: PE3

Jig: Lambel flat 120 g water melon

Weight: dont know released

Location: Exmouth WA


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Quad hook up on coral trout & coronation trout...on very foul ground, 3 landed one bricked - Exmouth WA

Boat: Black Pearl
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Coral Trout

Rod: Monster Mesh PE 3

Reel: Shimano Stradic

Braid: PE 3

Jig: Shout Shab Shab silver 120 gram

Weight: 5.5 kg 

Depth: 29m

Location: Exmouth WA

Boat: Black Pearl

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Break Sea Cod (commonly named black ass)

Rod: Valley Hill PE2 (cant remember model number)

Reel: Shimano Stradic

Braid: PE 2

Jig: Lambel Flat 120 g

Weight: unsure

Depth: 68 m

Location: Perth WA

Boat: Black Pearl

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Another Coral Trout ...mind the hat it was 42 degrees!!!!!!

Coral Trout

Rod: Monster Mesh PE 3

Reel: Shimano Stradic

Braid: PE 3

Jig: Diawa Pirate 120 g Silver and blue

Weight: 2 kg 

Depth: 27m

Location: Exmouth WA

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WA Dhufish

Rod: unsure 

Reel: Shimano Stella

Braid: PE 3

Jig: Vexed Flat 120 gram

Weight:6.5 kg 

Depth: 42m

Location: Perth WA

Boat: Black Pearl


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WA Dhufish

Rod: unsure of rod

Reel: Shimano Stella

Braid: PE 3

Jig: Lambel Flaat 120 g Silver

Weight: 10 kg

Depth: 42m

Location: Perth WA

Boat: Black Pearl

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u da man , did u post that fine lookin trout pic in freshwater section ? Is that chick ya Mrs ?
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Originally posted by the angler the angler wrote:

u da man , did u post that fine lookin trout pic in freshwater section ? Is that chick ya Mrs ?

haha no hes not my mrs!!!! No , i cant put it up here eh....there is reasoning behind that trout shout though!
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