Is the Yak shed Dying a slow Death

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Re: Is the Yak shed Dying a slow Death

Post by BBY » Wed Jan 01, 2020 9:49 am

Well the fiahing happened a couple of weeks ago, there were some fish caught, a 6yo had hia first yak fishing experience......the trip report is still coming unofrtunately.

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Re: Is the Yak shed Dying a slow Death

Post by GSDave » Sun Jan 05, 2020 3:33 pm

G'day all, I've very recently gotten back paddling the kayak & fishing after a few years off due to injuries & work commitments. I got out a few days before Xmas & again on New Years Day, got a big squid on first trip & only got exercise on second trip (which is hard but am enjoying almost as much as catching fish).

I look forward to more time on the water and on this forum of course.

1st trip Two Peoples Bay
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New Years Day on King George Sound
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Australian Salmon 84cm, Bonito 58cm, Bream 31cm, Flathead 55cm, Mulloway 58cm, Snook 87cm, Squid 38cm (hood), Tailor 36cm, Trevally 36cm, Tuna (Bluefin) 63cm (Stripey) 71cm

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