Daly River hits 10m

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Daly River hits 10m

Post by Matt Flynn » Sat Feb 29, 2020 3:34 pm

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Re: Daly River hits 10m

Post by Lats » Sun Mar 01, 2020 7:16 pm

She'll be busy next weekend with round 1 of TEBS. I hope it's dropping

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Post by theodosius » Wed Mar 04, 2020 7:53 am

Finally a river is up!

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Re: Daly River hits 10m

Post by Nath1199 » Thu Mar 05, 2020 9:11 am

G'day gents.

I've been religiously returning to the Daly since my high school days (2000's) and have seen it in various states of health... All that aside, many of my previous trips have been spent bashing around in 12-14ft tinnys (nothing wrong with that) and we have always tended not to venture much further downstream than 'Charlies' & ‘No-Fish Ck’.

This year we have a slightly bigger vessel with the capability to venture further if necessary....

With the River dropping to potentially 5-7m for Saturday, and with this being the first big flush for the year, what might your theories be about fish holding around S-Bends, No Fish & Charlies?? From experience, would you expect to see fish here or would you theoretically be punching further downstream (Lizzy and beyond)?

Having watched the radar, I am expecting No-fish and Charlies to be pushing bulk fresh water...

Regardless, I will be getting amongst it (with the 200 other boats). Hopefully be able to report back with some good news and photos of success.

I am F...n excited!!

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