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thats a f****n monster....

Fri, 2007-11-02 19:03

thats a f****n monster.... imagine the chompers on that thing

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were you catch that?

Fri, 2007-11-02 19:04

were you catch that?

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Awesome fish man, it looks

Fri, 2007-11-02 19:37

Awesome fish man, it looks like you are out of your Londsdale jumpers and into some proper fishing gear lol. MASSIVE TAILOR, looks like Quobba?

My reels screaming zzzzzzz.... awwww damn it, its another boat!

All the best for the future fishing trips.
Cheers.... Jangles

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Fri, 2007-11-02 20:05

Nahh looks like the lagoon in Shark Bay!

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The referance Marc made in

Fri, 2007-11-02 20:11

The referance Marc made in his other Tailor piccie, alluded to it being Shark Bay- good get Ryan...

Stonking Tailor BTW Marc, she's a beauten mate...

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Yep your correct...This pic

Sat, 2007-11-03 08:31

Yep your correct...This pic was taken a fair few years back aswell.

Sooooooo spewin ya not allowd to fish there. We must of hooked 30 or more 7+ kg tailor within a hour. As soon as your bait hit the water BANG! the water boiled!

 Get caught fishin there now and its really big trouble

Might be allowed to fish from the side of the lagoon?

**Jangles haha this pic was before lonsdale jumper lol, no girls to impress when ya up steep point :)


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hmm which lagoon? I thought

Sun, 2007-11-04 16:07

hmm which lagoon?

I thought there was only 2 lagoons up there... little and big.... but I dont remember seeing headlands like that unless it was down near the cliffy regions?