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Oops one of those night time Barra shots is a duplicate here is the third one.

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Tough little guy, somethings tried to eat him fairly recently.
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The smallest barra i've caught in the harbour
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Another with a scar.
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Emptying out the freezer and cooking up some North Gutter Reds.
Sorry, had to post a fish pic of sorts as I haven’t been out for some time. :D
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the pain, the pain :D

Having said that I've got unlimited lamb ...
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Always pain involved :banghead:

Started with a bit of galv peeling off the front crossmember. 6 months later the truth revealed.
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NinjaFish wrote: Sun Oct 09, 2022 7:41 am Always pain involved :banghead:

Started with a bit of galv peeling off the front crossmember. 6 months later the truth revealed.
Spend the money on a C channel trailer next mate. You will never look back.
Had mine 8 years and apart from a bit of surface gal lifting, it’s as good as new.
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scottmac wrote: Sun Oct 09, 2022 5:22 pm
Spend the money on a C channel trailer next mate. You will never look back.
Had mine 8 years and apart from a bit of surface gal lifting, it’s as good as new.
Entire guts now modified (nearly) and made from channel. I knew it would be an issue but the dealer (boat/trailer) relationship came in to play obviously. “You want the boat but here’s the deal… mate”. It did last 8-9 years though but a mates channel frame lasted just over 22 years.

Some trailers / boat combos are a bit like buying a Porsche Carrera GTS Coupe with Banglop tyres.
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Enjoyed watching this Indo flagged tall ship come into the harbour earlier this month, complete with drumming band, dancers and people up the masts
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Even has portholes to fish from ... nice pic Trev :mrgreen:
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couple of fish from around the islands
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I have just had my sister and her husband here from Perth for the last couple of weeks. We did a heap of fishing so I have a bit of posting to do to catch up. Day 1 we did a bit of bottom bouncing with no luck so we turned to a bit of trolling. We hooked 7 and landed 5 (77, 83, 87, 77 & 68cm).
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Day 2 started with a trip to Cape Hotham as it was like glass out there. We landed 3 average goldies in the fist 5 minutes but then it was just a lot of little red fish and sharks. On the way home we thought we would have a crack at for some Barra, I got an 82cm on the first troll run but that was it for the day.
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Day 3 my brother-in-law managed his first ever Barra with a nice 76cm, he was very happy to say the least.
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Day 4, well it was probably actually day 6 as we did have a rest day and a dough nut day where we got chased off the water with a big storm. Anyway we turned up just after sun up and I got a 90cm Barra in the first 50m of the first troll run. I then got my first decent Jewie in 6 months with a 112cm. Managed a 56cm barra later in the day and half a dozen crabs.
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Day 5 was a change of tack on the bigger tides with some live baiting and flicking vibes over the low. We managed a feed of pan size goldies and a couple of salmon.
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