Blackwood Dreaming

Had a day off from work. Ian7739 suggested a Blackwood sojourn.

Who's to turn down such an offer.

Pleasant change from jigging the Cape with Barneyboy Sunday and give the arms a rest.

Plenty of small bream but who cares...........


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looks pretty tranquil out

Tue, 2009-07-14 19:11

looks pretty tranquil out there damo! shame you8 didnt get onto any crackers but beats work haha!

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nice stuff

Tue, 2009-07-14 20:08

will have to work on getting flexi days introduced at work me thinks!!haha.

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Had to laugh when I read

Tue, 2009-07-14 23:40

Had to laugh when I read this. I've fished the Blackwood a LOT and my first article on it was called 'Blackwood Dreaming' :-)

It has that effect on you.

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Very nice damo

Wed, 2009-07-15 07:53

You wouldn't find too many better ways to spend a day off.

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As good as it gets

Wed, 2009-07-15 08:36

for a day on the river. I caught absolutely zip - Damo and my brother caught some around sardine size and Damo got smashed by a a monster that went through like a train. Cracker of a day with us the only boat on the river all day until we were heading home. No fish? - who cares, it's the time and company that matters most.

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Is the water quite brown?

Tue, 2009-07-28 20:08

Is the water quite brown?

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Where are the risers? LOL

Tue, 2009-07-28 20:13

Such tranquil settings.. dammit! It drives me nuts mid-week. Next best picture is the fish skimming the surface for a feed. That would send me insane!!! LOL

A rising Trout would be even more insane....

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