Ghosts of Boneheads Past

Stephen Bradbury
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Re: Ghosts of Boneheads Past

Post by Stephen Bradbury » Sat Apr 25, 2020 11:06 am

A couple of pics from 2009 Boneheads
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My favourite mini me photo :-)
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Just what you want to see after arriving at you spot
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The Picasso Trigger fish (surely painted by some artist?)

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Re: Ghosts of Boneheads Past

Post by BrianHarwood » Sun Apr 26, 2020 10:05 am

Jeepers Passion fingers With HAIR :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

and MR Ong is not grey. :o :o :o

That is a long long long ways back

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Re: Ghosts of Boneheads Past

Post by Tony Ong » Wed May 13, 2020 3:57 pm

Boneheads 2007.
Meet Princess Rich. Goes down in Boneheads history for dropping the most F bombs in the nightly roundup. :lol:
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We don't launch at this spot that much these days. Bay of Rest beach launch, inside the creek.
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58 is probably one of the least number of species caught over a week.
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Re: Ghosts of Boneheads Past

Post by Tony Ong » Wed May 20, 2020 3:03 pm

Boneheads 2011. One of the few Boneheads that made it's way out of Exmouth.
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Marty's Rankin Cod. He was rather proud of that capture, and so would just about everybody else. At that stage, Morsie hadn't added to his extensive capture list. Boy did Marty remind him every time they caught up, until the year that Morsie finally landed one. :mrgreen:
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Re: Ghosts of Boneheads Past

Post by Tony Ong » Wed May 20, 2020 3:07 pm

Was an awesome trip. Lots of bent rods. Would have been a 4 way hook up, however, someone had to take the photo. I drew the short straw.
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Resident cod at Thevenard. Impressive sight.
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Re: Ghosts of Boneheads Past

Post by Stephen Bradbury » Sun May 24, 2020 3:30 pm

Boneheads 2012, the year Fish Philliskirk came to town and the flats in front of Tree Creek were really firing and in my opinion one of the best Boneheads of all.
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Gosh it's hard to pick just one fly to fish with each morning !
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One of Tony's two permit within 1 hour
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The fish that broke my 10 year Permit drought

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Re: Ghosts of Boneheads Past

Post by Stephen Bradbury » Sun May 24, 2020 3:34 pm

A few more pics
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Mike Adams with a stonker Queenie in VLF bay
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Lucky Tern and unlucky fingers in VLF bay
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The boys positioning the boat on Tuna Thursday

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Re: Ghosts of Boneheads Past

Post by Stephen Bradbury » Sun May 24, 2020 3:39 pm

Some more pics from the craziness that was Tuna Thursday (Tuna frothies everywhere in the gulf) ! :D
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Tony hooked up from the frothy in the background
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Double hook ups with Tuna everywhere
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Tony with a nice Mack Tuna the noah's didn't get !

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Re: Ghosts of Boneheads Past

Post by Martin Kuhn » Tue May 26, 2020 8:40 pm

CRACKER permit gents!!

These bloody fish still elude me, as do big GT's... :x :x
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Re: Ghosts of Boneheads Past

Post by peter birch » Thu May 28, 2020 5:03 pm

Got Andre on to his first tuna that day.

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