Going on a tailor hunt

Got a room  for one only, PM me if your keen  Iam only after 300mm  up to 350mm for steeppoint,  Big ones are yours

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you have no friends sherbs.

Wed, 2012-01-11 16:26

you have no friends sherbs. :)

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not all asians keep undersize fish.

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Only asians

Wed, 2012-01-11 17:38

 Not a bad way to be, Thay buy all the good gear that i can use

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ouch 

Wed, 2012-01-11 16:45

ouch

 

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not all asians keep undersize fish.

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Might be keen!!! Pm sent

Wed, 2012-01-11 16:59

Might be keen!!! Pm sent

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Retiree

Wed, 2012-01-11 17:14

The life of a retiree, it's tough when all your friends are dead lol
Old bastard! Lol

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Show some respect son!

Wed, 2012-01-11 17:16

He's not much older than me..........

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Take it easy

Wed, 2012-01-11 17:23

Take it easy Sherbs, your removing more biomass than the Japanese whalers lately!

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Waiting for the weather report

Wed, 2012-01-11 17:56

Looks ok so far---- I will be going at 3am to get there for 1st light, Be back about 11am [No later] Useing lures and drifbait muiles

SHERBIE

i WILL REPLY TO PMs soon

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Pm sent

Wed, 2012-01-11 18:42

Still looking for one fisho

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Toyota

Wed, 2012-01-11 20:41

Seems the word is out about the unreliability of your Toyota. Get a Nissan and you might get someone to come with, lol

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So you are looking for 300+

Wed, 2012-01-11 20:48

So you are looking for 300+ tailor to take up north???

Good luck with fishing up there, hope you bag out.

 

Not sure if this applies:  Would be happy to be corrected (actually taken out of the 2009 book but sure it may still apply to the 2012 book)

 

Finfish possession limits

(FRMA S51, FRMR Part 4, Division 3)

The maximum quantity of finfish – either whole or in pieces – that

you may have in your possession (control/ownership) in WA is:

• 20 kg of fillets of fish; or

• 10 kg of fillets of fish and one day’s bag limit of whole fish

or fish trunks; or

• Two days’ bag limit of whole fish or fish trunks.

! NOTE: These limits now apply throughout WA, including

permanent places of residence. The following baitfish are

not included in the finfish possession limit: hardyheads

(Atherinidae), sardines/pilchards (Clupeidae), whitebait

(Engraulidae), garfish (Hemirhamphidae) and mullet

(Mugilida). Commercially purchased fish are not included,

but you may be asked for proof of purchase.

Special rules apply in the Abrolhos Islands Fish Habitat

Protection Area (see marine conservation areas).

Some species may have a specific possession limit (see bag

and size limit tables).

 

 

 

 

 

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Size

Wed, 2012-01-11 21:00

 Sherbs is looking to take tailor between 300 - 350mm up north.

Sherbs knows what's what with regard to fisheries regulations.

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Yes i know

Wed, 2012-01-11 21:05

The bag lamit up north And the KC saying-- If its red its dead

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Tailor

Thu, 2012-01-12 05:39

I think Michael may have misinterpreted what herbie said. Yep he wants a few just sized ones for baits etc, seeing as there are 5 of us going we can take a few and aware of the limit.
Herbie knows the regs.

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I think the point he was making

Thu, 2012-01-12 06:55

is the 2days bag limit of whole fish in your possesion which would be 16 tailor each for bait and you have done your limit

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Hi Sherbs,Sincere apologies, 

Thu, 2012-01-12 21:01

Hi Sherbs,

Sincere apologies,  I totally mis-read your post.  I actually thought you wanted 300-350 tailor and not 300-350mm long tailor.   Totally my error.

 

Once again my apologies.

 

 

Michael Y.

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No worries m8

Thu, 2012-01-12 21:26

I could see how you read it wrong, I edit the post after and added mm

All good m8

sherbie

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Oh you bugger (lol)....... so

Fri, 2012-01-13 18:52

Oh you bugger (lol)....... so do I did read it right......... I thought I was going nuts (which is easy at the moment).

 

 

MY

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Tailor as bait

Fri, 2012-01-13 07:40

Sherbie - do you just freeze em whole, thaw and use or do you salt em considering they go mushy after long freezing?

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