KC got blooded

I heard that KC got blooded on SHIKARI on Saturday , how did it feel KC , don't worry it happened to me too.

Must be something the skipper likes doing .

If I find the pic I might post it up .

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care to explain some more,

Sun, 2006-07-16 10:17

care to explain some more, im lost?

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mmmmmmm

Sun, 2006-07-16 10:30

Sounds painful, I'm guessing he got knackered on the railing.

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Al is a cheeky bugger =P It

Sun, 2006-07-16 11:58

Al is a cheeky bugger =P

It simply means, once a fish is landed, he slits the gills without the angler noticing, and then politely requests that the angler model with the fish for some pictures. Usually some 'head shots' are also requested, whereby the angler lifts up the tail, and holds the head of the fish down, apparently for a better angle for pictures. By now, if the angler has not already noticed, he has now been blooded.

Yes Brendan, you warned me, but I still got sucked in. =S

It felt rather warm, wet and squishy. But luckily there was a spare pair of shorts, and I wasn't wearing shoes. =) Al has the photo.

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apart from that, how did ya

Sun, 2006-07-16 12:01

apart from that, how did ya go kasey? jig some up?

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I think I jigged for 6 hours

Sun, 2006-07-16 12:23

I think I jigged for 6 hours straight from 8am to 2pm, for 1 half-hearted hit, which I was connected for only about 30 seconds. There was another jigger who gave up at about 8.15 am, leaving me with all the spinning rods to jig with, which was fun.

Eventually I worked out that the sambos were only hitting live bait, which was skippy, in 110m of water. Managed to land a few that way, but by the time the day was over and it was back to the harbour to blablabla. Enjoyable, the ocean was flat.

Too bad you weren't there Brendan, slept in? Missed watching a 35kg fish pump litres and litres of blood all over me, all while I was smiling unsuspectingly for the camera. =D Al and Howard kept a straight face, I was clueless.

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mmmm

Mon, 2006-07-17 11:17

I'd like to go out on Shikari soon - thanks for the heads up on this, I've got a mate who Al can do that too. :)