60kg fillet

60kg fillet


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wheres this from?

Tue, 2009-05-26 17:09

wheres this from?

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Well the boat can have a

Tue, 2009-05-26 17:46

Well the boat can have a good rest through winter, as the freeze will be full for a while

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Gnaraloo

Tue, 2009-05-26 18:20

Can see the stonework at the side of the room
One of the stone cottages that went unfinished for many years is my guess that it is Gnaraloo station plus the fact that is where Wrassinator was heading for his holidays.

Have to agree with Paul,a good swag of fillets,depends how many people they have to be divided into.

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IMHO that looks bad and i

Tue, 2009-05-26 19:16

IMHO that looks bad and i can not for the life of me see why this photo would be published (even though likely within limits) it just looks horrid.

If that is what you bring home all good and well but why post a photo that looks like a confiscated hall of fish

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Good onya John, your an

Tue, 2009-05-26 19:46

Good onya John, your an observant chap...

L4M - dangerous to leap to conclusions mate, if you look close enough you will note all bags are clearly labelled, weighed, cryovacted etc.

Oh and for the record 60/3 = 20kg/person and we were on the money mate. If you don't like the spoils of a legal and legit ANNUAL fishin trip then 2 bad matey.

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If you look closely at his

Wed, 2009-05-27 06:08

If you look closely at his post you'll notice he said it's likely that it's within limits...

Have to say I agree, pic looks horrid.

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lol response i expected

Tue, 2009-05-26 19:52

lol response i expected re-read my post mate i said its likely within limits no problems there just doesnt look great im entitled to that view

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L4M

Tue, 2009-05-26 20:02

L4M you are a tosser, this is a fishing site not some greeny lets save them all bullshit site. If you cant stand looking at fish fillets best you go and hug a tree or something. Wrassinator well done , all above board and nice shot of red fillets ect.

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can see where this is going

Tue, 2009-05-26 20:14

I can see where this is going, lets just keep it civil or its gonna get locked up.  I can see both sides of this argument, not really a good look for those looking for ammunition against rec fishing, yet still a nice haul of fish.  Like I said, just keep the discussion civil or its gone.

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oh a personal attack

Tue, 2009-05-26 20:14

oh a personal attack (outwide)congratulations on voicing your opinion of me (like i care). I stand by what is my opinion and on a forum that is fine to do. However someone who needs to resort to name calling to get the point accross well u loose all credibility in my eyes. i was after others opinions as to maybe change mine of such photo's and "L4M you are a tosser" you really sounded smart and informative. I am simply stating that if i was them would i take my limit YES would i and mates take our limits likey YES also, would i post a pic of 60kg of fillets bagged as fillets to show off hell NO why give those tree huggers you reffered to me as being a reason to cry more than they are at the presant

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I honestly think this is

Tue, 2009-05-26 20:46

I honestly think this is greedy , fish does have a use by date in a freezer haha, you aint going to eat up 60kg of fish in a hurry mate. So much for fish for the future eh ?

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its a legal catch can not

Tue, 2009-05-26 20:52

its a legal catch can not argue with what they took really DhuiBoi they are only following the rules as set by fisheries.

(my views however on posting it still stand) Did they hope it may be a POTM entry??

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Civil discussion

Tue, 2009-05-26 21:00

He raises a very valid point - no need to resort to being hyper-defensive or for personal insults.

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Apologies Adam

Tue, 2009-05-26 21:11

But attacking or at least trying to make fishers like wrass and others feel ashamed for something they feel proud to share with us is becoming common here and  i'm sure i am speaking for many of us on this matter. Wrass has done nothing wrong, he goes all the way to Gnaraloo [at a cost of many hundreds of dollars]  captures his bag limit 20 kg fillets and wants to show us what makes all us townies want to go north for , to catch 4 or 5 reds and have a relaxing time in a new environment for a few days so pardon me L4M

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You dont know what they are

Tue, 2009-05-26 21:04

You dont know what they are going to do with the fish and it is all within limits.  If you drove three thousand km's and spent a substantial amount of money on a trip would you go home empty handed.  20kgs of fish doesnt last long when you have inlaws.

Well done Wrassinator post up some more.

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Use by date

Tue, 2009-05-26 21:17

Most frozen product has a use by date that only serves to get you to throw it out on that given date when it is probably still good for years if kept properly frozen.
Take for example the fish caught on the trawlers that chase toothfish down the antarctic,they don't unload sometimes for 3-4 months at a time so where does your 3 monthly recommended use by date for fish then
.Same goes for crayfish on sale in supermarkets before the season starts on Nov 15th,you have 4 and a half months at the earliest since it was caught.Prawns you buy for xmas are 4 months in a freezer with another 2 months before any new ones come from the trawlers.

If your fish is properly handled,snap frozen and kept frozen there is no reason why it will not last for 18 months or so.I have thawed and eaten some fillets that had been missed in the bottom of my freezer that were over 2 years old and guess what,I'm still here.

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Thats it Mr C, lot of stuff

Wed, 2009-05-27 14:30

Thats it Mr C, lot of stuff you buy at supermarket is last season.

These are all cryovac'd. that gives it a freezer life of 2 years.

I think that I could eat 20kg of fish within 2 yrs especially when family expect a fillet or 2 when you come home from trips.

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Yes

Wed, 2009-05-27 19:36

Yes they add metabisulphate to prawns to give them a longer shelf life! That shit is potent !

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out wide i have been a

Tue, 2009-05-26 21:21

out wide i have been a member here for years and dont bag anyone for the achievements and love to see the pics, i may not post as much as everyone but always love reading FW and when i saw this pic i honestly expected it was a confiscation of fish hence why i decided to post it didnt look great even as a legal catch.

Also i should state well done wrass on a great trip and glad you did well. 

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I would have liked to see

Tue, 2009-05-26 21:21

I would have liked to see the pics of all the fish when caught,reds, rankin, emperor, some nice pics of you guys on holidays having a good time ,holding up your fish. And not just a big pill off meat.The pic you posted does come across a bit over the top ,there are a lot of people who would think it a bit of a slaughter. All within the law . So Well done on your trip and I hope to see a few of the other pics in the near future.

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well done mate , you must

Tue, 2009-05-26 21:25

well done mate , you must have got on the fish up there. how long were you there?..... we spent 3 weeks fishing up north and got about the same amount but by the time everyone down here gets a taste of the good stuff  there wont be much leftLaughing, .... and dhuboi , when fish is done with a cryovac it will last as long as 9 months and still taste great  

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I can see both sides

Wed, 2009-05-27 00:13

I think a member should be able to catch within his quotta and post pics and not be criticised for it.

If its legal and you dont like it, prob easier for everyone to just shut your mouth.

Especially considering it is a regular thing for people on this site to have a go at people catching and keeping alot of fish, it always causes trouble on here so best to just skip to the next post without comment.

I also agree I would much prefer to see happy snaps of the fish being held rather than a pile of meat on a table, but it is legal and hes obviously proud of himself so good on ya for having a good trip and each to their own i reckon.

 

 

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Agree agree agree! I'm just

Wed, 2009-05-27 10:41

Agree agree agree!

I'm just not so sure about the third point - it's a long way to go to beat Wangler. Tongue out (some dry humour gentlemen)

I don't know how my name got dragged into this though, all I'm suggesting is to keep the discussion mature.

It is a nice haul - I've certainly done that before.

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My take

Wed, 2009-05-27 00:38

Ado posted 6 photo's on here of his Gnaraloo trip; 5 were the types of photo's that are apparently more appealing to the eye and then there was this one where he is proudly showing us the results of a successfully planned and executed annual fishing trip.

Fair enough the other 5 photo's are more appealing and the average viewer might enjoy them more, but why is it then that he has received little feedback on those photo's? - I don't see any positive comments from Bodie, Paul G, looking4mulloway, DhuBoi, or Kasey L on those photo's and yet you're prepared to give him shit about this one (arguing that you'd rather see photo's like his other 5)

Perhaps members who don't approve of this type of photo would be better placed commenting positively on his other ones and saving any criticism for a pm.

IMO photo's are the life blood of fishing forums...

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May I say THANKS DPOST80. U

Wed, 2009-05-27 11:57

May I say THANKS DPOST80. U saved me pointing out the obvious here. could not have said what you did better myself. I will not resort to personal name-calling as simply no need. 

There are several other "fishy poses" that may please some of the others...however the end result of all most of those guys is in a cryovac bag ! Am I wrong for eating my catch? And yes we released a lot of fish, some we could have legally kept. 

No offence was meant by this particular pic, and those that take offence at catching the DoF specified quota have no arguement to make other than personal opinion of which some people are ALL to quick to cry out to anyone that will listen. I also point out this is the first time I have ever been privelidged enough to achieve the mythical "bag limit", and want to ensure my own kids and theirs have the same privelidges I currently do.

Close it out if you want Ads as i do not want offence stemming from my post.

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hey what did i

Wed, 2009-05-27 13:08

hey what did i do????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

i ddint even look at other pics...didnt know there were any!@#!@#!@#

Sorry if my 'where was this from' comment seemed offensive, not that i could see why, i was just curious, was a wicked haul and i thought wrass only fished locally so was thinkin wicked haul for local..

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nuffin Bodes - no

Wed, 2009-05-27 13:41

nuffin Bodes - no individuals were harmed or named in my reply

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nah dpost implied i had

Wed, 2009-05-27 13:47

nah dpost implied i had commented, but i coudlnt see how thats all.

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Sorry

Wed, 2009-05-27 19:27

Sorry Bodie, got it wrong.
I stand corrected.

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Dpost80 noticed your comment

Wed, 2009-05-27 05:43

Dpost80 noticed your comment next to the other five photos pics from Gnarloo trip, OR NOT ..should add you name to the list above, seems you to have only commented on the pic ,maybe also for the perpose of giving someone shit.....

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PM sent

Wed, 2009-05-27 19:27

PM sent Paul

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  using the argument that

Wed, 2009-05-27 06:36

 

using the argument that people spend big money on fishing trips so need to justify the cost by bringing home 20kg of meat is piss poor

 

what happened to fishing for fun....

 

that said....looks like wrass had a good trip and all within the rules....well done

 

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Enough

Wed, 2009-05-27 09:14

Enough bickering over a shot of the end results of what looks to have been a good trip.
What Ado hasn't said in his post is how many fish were released in catching the fish to provide the fillets.Knowing the Gnaraloo waters he would have been fishing for an hour each day if he wasn't releasing fish.

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interest

Wed, 2009-05-27 10:07

Interesting how a few people pop up from the mist when these sort of pics appear, had predicted it soon as I saw this pic.  Last warning on the personal comments or its locked up.

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Oh and for the record there

Wed, 2009-05-27 12:02

Oh and for the record there is a definate "pack mentality" emanting from some of you on here...lighten up eh?

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Im with Wrass on this one...

Wed, 2009-05-27 12:23

Im with Wrass on this one... travel all that way, big costs and catch ya legal limit. This kind of fish freezes well and for a long time especially chriovaced.

20kg each of fillets each will feed the family nicley.

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Fillets

Wed, 2009-05-27 12:16

From my experiance if you vac pack fillets properly like in the pic, fish will last over 12 months. I have had tuna vac packed for 18 months and it was as good as the day i caught it. Like Ado i only fish north once a year and it is nice to bring home fillets. I dont go with the mentality that i have to bring home 20kg worth of fillets to pay for the holiday. I see it as a chance to get away for a break and if i bring home fish its a bonus. Nothing wrong with the pic, looks like a proud bunch of fishermen showing of thier catch. Mind you when i saw the post headin i was hoping for a really big fillet!! LOL

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i also with you wrass

Wed, 2009-05-27 12:20

seems like a lot of jealousy going on here i certainly am lol good on you wrass you have done all the right things within the laws and rules.i guessing cost a fair bit for the trip and you have been rewarded for all your hard work! so good on you! and i guess you get the last laugh by eating delicious fillets while the rest of us eat sausages lol so enjoy !!!

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Predictable

Wed, 2009-05-27 12:54

Pics of this nature almost always result in discussions along these lines. Wether its a paver shot, a deck shot or in this case a table shot, any large quantities of fish evoke feelings of guilt/jealousy/anger/pride, you name it, it can evoke plenty of different emotions depending on wether you caught the fish or not, have a strong conservation ethos or not, or simply view pics taken well after capture as being "home album" material rather than "public album" material.


This site has prided itself on trying to be open about these things and unbiased as long as people treat each other with respect.



A pic of a bag limit or a possession limit is merely a visual of what our laws permit. Wrass hasn't committed a crime, he hasn't sledged anyone, he has simply shared a visual of something many of us may have witnessed over the years. If you want to have a go, have a go at the law makers and campaign for lower possession limits or tighter bag limits.



It would be interesting to see what a poll on the subject would deliver as obviously there are some quite diverse views.



Keep it civil guys and remember no laws broken and try not to read into every post that someone is having a go when they might just be expressing an opinion about what is obviously a hot topic rather than the anglers themselves.



I've got to say that personally I prefer pics close to capture and get nervous when I see pics like this as I know it will end up with potential moderating to be done if it gets out of hand. So far so good...



Also on a personal level the cost justification thing wears a bit thin with me as in my mind it should be viewed as a bonus catching and keeping a good feed rather than an expected return on investment. But each to their own.



Other than that... no foul play on.



 

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Saw this coming

Wed, 2009-05-27 12:59

Saw this coming .It dosnt take many good size fish to make up 20kg of fillets well done wrass looks like it was a good trip and keep the pics coming.

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i agree with andy mac. One

Wed, 2009-05-27 13:11

i agree with andy mac.

One thing this does point out yeah is the limits do exist and people stand by them, good on wrass!!!

No doubt he would or could or did catch truck loads more but he stuck to his limit perfectly legal, my engal on the way home would look the same too if i was up there.

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Yeah Andy with ya. As

Wed, 2009-05-27 13:50

Yeah Andy with ya. As mentioned, no offence meant and as for $$ spent and "expected catch" stuff that - i was in it for the joy and rush of the whole thing, not the superficialities...

And for the record DoF are hot on this detination as they should be as there are true cowboys there during my trip that ruined it for everyone. But as they say, they got theirs with the local DoF pinging em'. Sukkers

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Well done Ado i think if

Wed, 2009-05-27 15:42

Well done Ado i think if your family is any thing like mine the 20kg of fillets you took home will not last long at all after you give a few packs away here a few there that way the whole family get to anjoy the spoils of your trip. I came back with roughly the same amount of fish about a month ago and would be lucky to have a few kilo left. Also when you take into account the cost of the trip that you prob only do once a year anyway and the effort and planning that goes into it. Good shit mate enjoy your fish.  

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Cheers Robbo and yeah mate

Wed, 2009-05-27 16:00

Cheers Robbo and yeah mate divvying it out to family for sure (AND I'M NOT SELLING IT BEFORE SOMEONE accuses me of that...;-)

And 77ian - that's got me PMSL mate...gold pisstake - keep it up m8

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I confess

Wed, 2009-05-27 15:57

i do the same thing on my second favourite site - Meatwrecked.com

This is my legal haul of Javanese Orangutang - in fact i bagged the last of the species! I personally don't see an issue with Wrasse's post - in fact the labelling is a lesson in compliance with the rules.

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Obviously there's been no

Wed, 2009-05-27 17:00

Obviously there's been no laws broken, but as Andy Mac has said it is a view of what our laws permit and I don't think it's right that people should be allowed a 20kg posession limit.

I think Salmo summed it up nicely;
"using the argument that people spend big money on fishing trips so need to justify the cost by bringing home 20kg of meat is piss poor

what happened to fishing for fun...."

Well said mate, respect.

Personally I also think that the 'I'm going to bring home more than I need because I need to divvy it out to all the rellies' attitude needs to stop.

JMO

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how many times are people on

Wed, 2009-05-27 17:31

how many times are people on this website going to have this arguement hey?

I can see both sides of the story, i have the pleaseure of living in the north, so i wouldnt ever considder taking 20kg's however if i was only ever exposed to this opportunity once every couple of years then i might considder it

let it go people

everyone is entitled to their view leave it at that, no need to get offensive

i think my family would easily eat 20kg's per year i just spread out the gathering of that 20kg's over the whole year so what is the difference from that respect hey?
not much

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You Prick

Wed, 2009-05-27 19:43

Wrassman you barstard this photo sucks bigtime..take it down..as it makes me want to hook my boat up and head north!

Nice hall mate, tasty fish dosnt last to long in the freezer!Smile

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2 cents

Wed, 2009-05-27 20:18

just thought i'd add my 2 cents worth seeing everyone else has.GREAT haul mate!!all legal,all good

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Definitely summed it up

Thu, 2009-05-28 15:50

Definitely summed it up nicely Brad people that live down south are not exposed to the large variety of great eating fish that you have up north there for want to stock up because they might not get the chance again for a long time. As for your cheap comments Jay or should i say copied comments what are you a sheep im sure if you came down south fishing for a couple of weeks you would be taking back a few packs im sure. And to say what happend to fishing for fun good on ya. Do you think he would bother putting pics up if all he was interested in was raping the ocean.

 

 

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thats bloody awsome wrass !,

Thu, 2009-05-28 16:36

thats bloody awsome wrass !, good to see u got some quality fish, 20kg of fillets aint that much when u got a family to feed and inlaws. i brought back 20kg from me montes trip, and ate it all within 6months beetween 2 of us. 20kg is like 25 meals for 2 people. so thats like one meal of fish a week for 25 weeks. 

i gota get me self one of those vac sealers . look like they do a good job. 

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" Definitely summed it up

Thu, 2009-05-28 17:09

" Definitely summed it up nicely Brad people that live down south are not exposed to the large variety of great eating fish that you have up north there for want to stock up because they might not get the chance again for a long time."

 the longer the better in my view.

"20kg of fillets aint that much when u got a family to feed and inlaws. i brought back 20kg from me montes trip,"

 how many other blokes on that trip bought back 20 kilos of fillets as well?

how many other blokes are up at the monties right now getting 20 kilo's.

next week?

spots like the monties are getting trashed because a shitload of people wanna bring home 20 kilo's of fillets.

 

 

 

 

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mr wrassinator

Thu, 2009-05-28 17:46

mr wrassinator, congradulations on a great catch. it looks like you and your friends had a fantastic time in the great wilderness of the north.

i bet your 20kg of fillets doesnt last you till you get back there and whatever you manage to catch back home just might help you spread it out till then.

i havent posted much here because i dont do a real lot of fishing so dont have as much to contribute as other members. but to me it looks like a lot of people here dont mind bitching about pics like this. yes it is nice to see pics of whole fish fresh from the ocean but in reality this pic here is the end result and the people that give negative comments about this must be jealous that they cant catch the same.

i would like to see how many of the 30 or so people from this site that have just recently been to exmouth for their yearly getaway took the same amount of fillets and are just sitting back laughing at most of these comments and wondering to themselves "if only they knew"...... but then again, were they fortunate enough to get their quota???? maybe they did maybe they didnt..... who knows???

once again great haul and a great many meals for you and your family...

this is only my opinion so please be gentle with me.... Wink 

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Thanks Uncle Ben/FishyInk

Thu, 2009-05-28 18:08

Thanks Uncle Ben/FishyInk etc.

One thing for sure is this is a passionate issue. It was not my intention for this to flare up, but the stats from reading all of the above are pretty telling and it's good to know I have not been totally shunned by everyone on here as a result of a legal haul, and the end result of what I would bet most people still go fishing for - FUN and a FEED. (Some of the more conservation minded amongst you may note the order I have placed those in)

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good catch

Thu, 2009-05-28 18:15

Smilegreat catch wrasse sorta makes up for the damage to the car aye mate and totally legal and dont really see why a once a year trip gets so much piss take well done

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Why

Thu, 2009-05-28 19:00

Why do some people like to be judgemenal of others when its easy to have a go at some of thier posts . how about a GT suffocating and in horrid [yes thats the in word] pain with a mouth full of big barbed hooks in someones arms who looks very smug with his capture. Don't tell me that they can't feel pain. And then we have to pull the hooks .You try that on yourself some day, should be fun... I think not . And then we have a snap of a poor old Marlin trying to hang on to life by throwing the nasty mouth full of big hooks while some bloke who thinks taking home 20kg of fillets is piss poor. Some may think this is piss poor. Get a life you knockers and have a look at what you do before you become... Judgemental

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Thats enough

Thu, 2009-05-28 20:09

this is going nowhere.

 

Thread locked. This has nothing to do with C/R versus keeping a fish.

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