FISH FINDER 11 is out

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FISH FINDER 11 is out

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FISH FINDER 11th edition is out ... now with a detailed bathymetric map of Darwin Harbour sea floor with Lat Long lines provided in WGS84.

Great new Mackay and Townsville creek coverage also, and for remote FNQ fans a Staaten River map with info provided by a former Staaten fishing guide.

Also a chance to win a Lowrance HDS9. And much more!

Out now in Darwin, or get one at http://www.fishfinderbooks.com/product_ ... cts_id=645

To be released elsewhere soon.
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FF contributor's cheques will be sent early in the New Year, many thanks to those who helped out :mrgreen:
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In love with compain much Matt??? lol
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Seems to catch more than anyone else, good thing for some he doesn't enter the Seadogs comp :catch:
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Matt Flynn wrote:Seems to catch more than anyone else, good thing for some he doesn't enter the Seadogs comp :catch:
Bring him on I say. I don't see him catching such fine specimens such as my last catfishh! :P

Ps can I have his boat and sounder for christmas. Then I might be able to fish Papua New Guinea as well! 8)
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Next edition I can't give you some information for the Port Keats area!
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Matt Flynn wrote:Seems to catch more than anyone else, good thing for some he doesn't enter the Seadogs comp :catch:
Spot on Matt, but, the rest of us actually work for a living. :lolpoint:
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Hi Matt

Issue 11 is a good read as usual.

re Staaten River article.

Got a message from the owners that the Qld Govt has closed the camping and cabin accommodation on the Staaten until ..... (further notice). Pretty vague.

Access by boat via Karumba (120km one way) still ok.

Staaten was one of "Wild Rivers" projects a couple of years ago. It also has the Staaten River National Park upstream so it may be something to do with the Dept Environment and Heritage.

Our trip this year cancelled so will look further afield. Maybe Karumba or Weipa.
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OK to have a zillion cattle trudging around Dinah Island but not a few campers eh? Sounds like a very poor decision. That was a very exciting remote camp for touring fishos, gave access to Staaten and some other remote Cape rivers for those who could do the sea travel.
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