Durack Lakes barra

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theodosius
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Re: Durack Lakes barra

Post by theodosius » Sun Jul 26, 2020 4:40 pm

Nice one mate, good on you for getting out there. I usually give it a flick in the new years downpour, seems to get the fish active



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Re: Durack Lakes barra

Post by keenfisho24 » Sun Jul 26, 2020 4:43 pm

If you read properly I said they've only put a large varnished sign up post - last year in every single lake around palmerston. So how about you just stop being a tosser and go back down to the Daly where the rest of the lot like you belong. Wanky spoilsport nasty lowlifes like you are the sort to p..s most people off. Compare the contrast between some guy that owns a couple of water vessels, a tackle box full of lures and a nice selection of gear to some young bloke with a bicycle and a pretty tight budget.

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Re: Durack Lakes barra

Post by keenfisho24 » Sun Jul 26, 2020 4:49 pm

Flickin4em how about you just p..s right off mate, sick of hearing the cr.p that comes from you. May as well not even bother posting results if you're just gonna waste my time whining everytime I catch a palmo barra. As you can tell it's pretty hard catching lethargic empoundement fish in cold weather, especially on lures. Hence why i use live bait. So how about the rest of you have a go and catch a barra yourself out of the lakes yourself. If not I'm sure you all have the accessability of a car to get bait elsewhere

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