Boneheads 2015

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Re: Boneheads 2015

Post by Hirdy » Thu May 21, 2015 4:36 pm

I promise never to give you shit, Steve … :D
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Re: Boneheads 2015

Post by Stephen Bradbury » Thu May 21, 2015 4:57 pm

especially not in a paper bag on fire at the front door ! please ! :lol:

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Re: Boneheads 2015

Post by Rudi » Thu May 21, 2015 6:38 pm

Great Pics Steve. Where did you guys find the clear water in the gulf on the eastern side or down the southern end? I've just returned from Exmouth and found the western side still very murky.

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Re: Boneheads 2015

Post by GDay » Thu May 21, 2015 6:49 pm

Rudi,
we found it was quite random and localised as to where the clean water was on the Western side. And it changed on a daily basis.
Some days from Doule through to the top of Roberts had clean water but as you went past little Roberts to Whitmore it turned dirty and then cleaned again further North. Really a case of getting lucky with right place - right time.

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Re: Boneheads 2015

Post by Rohan » Thu May 21, 2015 10:35 pm

Sums up my week, a couple good fish in a tough but enjoyable week, and some great food...thanks Dale !!! Thanks Pete Birch for the boat rides and Pete Morse for some good company on the shore based days and also to Dale again for being good company on the boating days, its a good feeling to see newcomers appreciating the surroundings and fish that these areas offer.
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Re: Boneheads 2015

Post by Rohan » Thu May 21, 2015 11:17 pm

Another dish by dale,a great Korma fish curry, we went out of our way to catch a couple of bream and brassies so we had something to put in it, then Morsie returned from coral bay with a big slab of Spaniard ... thanks Pete , it was the perfect ingredient, and the litties ended up getting filleted and came home so they didn't go to waste. Also a pic of the final night dinner at Pinnochio's.
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Re: Boneheads 2015

Post by Rudi » Fri May 22, 2015 8:40 am

GDay wrote:Rudi,
we found it was quite random and localised as to where the clean water was on the Western side. And it changed on a daily basis.
Some days from Doule through to the top of Roberts had clean water but as you went past little Roberts to Whitmore it turned dirty and then cleaned again further North. Really a case of getting lucky with right place - right time.

Interesting, thanks Gavin and congrats with the new Sage!

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Re: Boneheads 2015

Post by Dave Bailey » Fri May 22, 2015 9:19 am

Hi Rohan,

I fixed up that repeating Spanglie picture for you.

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Re: Boneheads 2015

Post by MattGoodall » Fri May 22, 2015 1:31 pm

What did u win the Sage on ?

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Re: Boneheads 2015

Post by Stephen Bradbury » Fri May 22, 2015 3:30 pm

Hey Rudi, Dave and I found clean water like the others in certain patches, on the eastern side of the gulf around Simpson Is, Hope Pt, Deep Crk was clean and the south east corner around Tree Crk, Sand spit and Rich's as well as Roberts and the top of Doole were all clean most of the time a few days after the cyclone ? the western side of the gulf and most of the middle all the way over and around Whalebone were still pretty dirty at the end of our trip. :)

Matt, Gav won the rod on a good 1m queenie.

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