Punchbowl rocks

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Punchbowl rocks

Postby rb85 » Sat Jun 09, 2018 12:54 pm

Took the dog down to punchbowl beach/rock for a walk could not believe the amount of rubbish I carried out left by redneck anglers. Bait bags, Line, Stubbies, Torched Cans from a beach fire someone even left a bag full of empty bait packs and tackle packs under a rock. Bloody Disgraceful



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Re: Punchbowl rocks

Postby Nude up » Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:00 pm

It’s that sort of behaviour that will get access taken away and all anglers a bad name

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Re: Punchbowl rocks

Postby one2three » Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:00 pm

rb85 wrote:Took the dog down to punchbowl beach/rock for a walk could not believe the amount of rubbish I carried out left by redneck anglers. Bait bags, Line, Stubbies, Torched Cans from a beach fire someone even left a bag full of empty bait packs and tackle packs under a rock. Bloody Disgraceful


No surprise.

Every time Fish somewhere I am filling up a supermarket plastic bag with other Fishos rubbish, total disgrace.

How did you go fishing, did you land anything and how was the conditions?
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Re: Punchbowl rocks

Postby Lightningx » Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:02 pm

Yep it’s sad but seen that kind of thing too many times...even just the other day after a quick fish at a local pier on the way back walked past where 2 blokes had been fishing and what an absolute mess they left behind. Food scraps, bait, bottles you name it sh*t everywhere...

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Re: Punchbowl rocks

Postby rb85 » Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:05 pm

one2three wrote:
rb85 wrote:Took the dog down to punchbowl beach/rock for a walk could not believe the amount of rubbish I carried out left by redneck anglers. Bait bags, Line, Stubbies, Torched Cans from a beach fire someone even left a bag full of empty bait packs and tackle packs under a rock. Bloody Disgraceful


No surprise.

Every time Fish somewhere I am filling up a supermarket plastic bag with other Fishos rubbish, total disgrace.

How did you go fishing, did you land anything and how was the conditions?


No fishing just went for a walk looked ok be wary of the swell coming up on the incoming tide though

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Re: Punchbowl rocks

Postby smile0784 » Sat Jun 09, 2018 2:08 pm

Why are people such slobs.
Not hard to clean up after your self



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Re: Punchbowl rocks

Postby bilby » Sat Jun 09, 2018 4:45 pm

I carried out about 5 years' worth of bottle tops and broken glass shards from local freshwater fishing spots on the Yarra last year. I don't get it either.


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