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Righto boys enjoy your fishing over the next few weeks

We are off to the barra nationals tomorrow and then fishing some of the billabongs and the vic river on the way home.

Wish us luck

Cheers

Brad


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Go get em Brad!!

Mon, 2008-04-21 16:13

Do you need a camera crew?
Can I volunteer? (I promise I'll only take one rod.)Wink
Best of luck mate, bring it home for the fishwrecked team.


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Andy Mac

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good luck brad.go show em

Mon, 2008-04-21 16:23

good luck brad.go show em how its done mate!!!!
p.s splurdge out on the raffles mate the odds are pretty good
always in it just the depth that varies

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The Vic

Mon, 2008-04-21 16:34

Good luck Brad.

Hope you time it right at the Vic. If you can be there just as the runoff is happening the fishing is awesome. Particularly 60 k's down stream from Timber Creek just above and below the Baines River junction.

Plenty of sandbars and big handbags but so be careful.

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Thanks everyone, BJ have

Mon, 2008-04-21 19:01

Thanks everyone,
BJ have heard about the bains mate, if you can get in the shallow mouth there are some big fish to be had. Will spend a bit of time around growlers rockbar and the crusifix tree as well.
We get to the vic the day the big horse classic finishes so it should be empty (fingers crossed).
Thanks everyone, see you with a bloody awesome story when i get back.

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Go Win Brad!!!!

Mon, 2008-04-21 16:58

Go win Brad - show 'em how it's done - sweep all opposition before you - create a catch record that people will talk about for years! Laughing Oh, and do well too! Tongue out

Colin

 

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Hey mate, Good luck and have

Mon, 2008-04-21 18:01

Hey mate, Good luck and have a ball!

Watch out for the crocs.

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Good luck

Mon, 2008-04-21 18:19

May the lines be tight mate, team fishwrecked reprezent!!! Cool

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Go for it

Mon, 2008-04-21 18:26

All the best. Hope the fishing gods are with you guys.

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Tue, 2008-04-22 12:47

Lads - If you are coming down the Vc, as you hit the mouth of the bains there is a snaggy section for about 500m from the emouth up to a small drain/feeder creek. We were there at this time of year a few years ago and were getting triple hookups for three days straight. ALso if you can get across the shallow sandbars and rock bar a bit further up the fishing is fantastic as long as the river is clear enough (sadly not that often). Still my favourite ever fishing spot though, I am very jealous and may have to join you next year if the trip is on - its a long tow but well worth it.
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