Rip kingies

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Re: Rip kingies

Postby Kadmium » Sat Jan 28, 2017 5:21 pm

purple5ive wrote:i was rethinking going there in my boat after i seen the tuff tender and few other tinnies that my boat can outhandle any day. but im not confident enough and thats what it all comes down to. some guys have balls of steel no questions asked, specially that tuff tender, he dissapeared in the swell so many times it wasnt funny.

Yeah I saw him too. A little blue thing. I suppose though on a day like that you're never more then 20m from another boat going by how packed it was!! Easy to get help. Might take some floaties and head out there hahaha
Species Comp 16/17

Salt: KGW 36cm - Squid 35cm - Salmon 22cm - Flathead 34cm - EP 35cm - Total Salt 162cm

Fresh: Carp 55cm - Total Fresh 55cm

TOTAL : 217cm

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Re: Rip kingies

Postby Born2fish » Sat Jan 28, 2017 5:48 pm

I'm doing Wednesday

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