Mandurah field day - 19 Jan'20

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Andre Rossouw
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Mandurah field day - 19 Jan'20

Post by Andre Rossouw » Mon Jan 13, 2020 9:11 pm

Happy 2020 everyone!!
The new year has arrived and it is now time for a "Herring & Whiting bash" !! :D

The field day will start at 00:01am on Sunday the 19th January and ends 01:00pm. The start and weight in place will be Mariners cove boat ramp. Google Maps link: https://goo.gl/maps/vvnfUkYGnbaGhr4LA

Make sure you wear proper shoes when wading the flats. You will might find some broken glass and Rays on the flats, it is Mandurah after all...

Make sure you stock up on Dan's worm flies and some Disco shrimps.

Field day challenges:
- Largest Tailor
- Largest Black Bream
- Largest Whiting
- Largest Herring
- Other Species (minimum size of 20cm)

Field day form:
Mandurah Jan2020.pdf
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The boundaries for this field day are:
- Mandurah Estuary
- Harvey Estuary
- Ocean side between Victor Adam Park and Yalgorup Echo Park (Beach fishing only)
- Harvey River till it meets the Forrest Highway
- Murray River till it meets the South Western Highway
- Serpentine River till it meets Goegrup Lake

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Hirdy
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Re: Mandurah field day - 19 Jan'20

Post by Hirdy » Tue Jan 21, 2020 9:20 pm

One of my three mullet from the day:

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This one was just over 40cm, but not measured. The grip is 20cm long.
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Re: Mandurah field day - 19 Jan'20

Post by daniel horne » Wed Jan 22, 2020 7:32 am

Awesome fish and great to see it caught too
I’m still sooking at the boat haha
Well done glad some thing good come of the morning

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Re: Mandurah field day - 19 Jan'20

Post by Diarmuid O Laoghaire » Wed Jan 29, 2020 11:39 am

Nice one Graeme, what did you get the mullet on?

Dee :)

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Re: Mandurah field day - 19 Jan'20

Post by Hirdy » Wed Jan 29, 2020 4:58 pm

Thanks Dee.

The "fly" was an unweighted dark red chenille worm. Perhaps mimicking a small worm swimming through the water. ("Fly" because it's just a piece of chenille tied on a hook - about as simple as it gets.)

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