cracker day off the cape!!

cracker day off the cape!!

great day out, I had mr matty miller (pictured above with a nice dble), micky(aka man overboard) and buddha, teamed up with team dokie, clint(aka feral),the mr honsu,& dave cole, headed out early and we all hit a very hungry dhuie school out deep ,and  within minutes of getting there it was on, I didnt even get to tie my rig on the boys had bagged out,(selfish buggers,,lol) we have 4 dhuies on early, 15kg & 8kg, released a 10kg and 7kg, great fun and good start to the day, and team dokie also had the same great start, after that we headed out to the 120,s but a cple of average pinkies (released ) we wanted more, I headed out to the 180,s after a bit of driving we found a nice lump full of fish, 600w tranny worked fine on 50khz, clear as fishing in the 50,s, straight away it was on, big fat nannies up to 4kg, bagged out easily, i got on the radio and got team dokie to head out to us, they also bagged out, great fun & lots of laughs,both boats with all on hooked hard at the same time, was good to see, took a photo of brendans boat whilst I had 3 crew hooked onto fish , they were aslo hooked, quality stuff!!

on the way home we headed towards a nice storm, and saw 3 large water twisters, we had one form directly above us which for a few mins freaked us out, luckily is fizzled,

top day, top company ,

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Was a great day Harro

Wed, 2011-05-04 21:16

stoked to finally get out with you lad's, thanks for that. Must admit i'm buggered from a couple to many retrieves from 180m

Shoulda taken more pics though, hope nobody thinks i'm you

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lol

Wed, 2011-05-04 21:29

mate ur wishing ,lol, was a great day bud,good to finally have u aboard, best day out north for a long time,

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awesome fellas, gotta love

Wed, 2011-05-04 21:32

awesome fellas, gotta love those days with a few boats, good mates and plenty of laughs. Those nanny's aren't too bad either.

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Day Out

Wed, 2011-05-04 21:44

Looks like a great day out boys. Few good fillets in the icebox by the sound of it.

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great going

Wed, 2011-05-04 21:58

Well done lads that is a great haul and nothing like a feed of nanny's, one of the best eating fish going around

once again well done

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well done harro

Thu, 2011-05-05 06:53

 and crew great haul of fish

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Well done lads

Thu, 2011-05-05 08:03

But where is the photo of the water spout above you, and yes that will freak you out. It happened to me up here in damps when we had to hunker down next to an island in a thunderhead, and it was freaky, with the sense of electricity in the air.

Got to love the Nannies. Sweet chew.

Question?? What is the depth you start seeing nannies. Just info if I ever go back south again.

Neels

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No hard and fast

Thu, 2011-05-05 11:57

rules for depths with Nanny's. A group of my mates shoot them in 15m down near Windy Harbour.

Around here they seem to be more consistent out near 110-130m with this particular lump in 180m. Good thing it was a fish a drop

No time for water spout pics, too busy hanging on with Harro flogging it out of there.

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lol

Thu, 2011-05-05 12:15

haha ,now I know how those storm chasers feel, lol

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awesome day boys, went around

Thu, 2011-05-05 08:29

awesome day boys, went around to dokies to survey the damage & a damn nice haul.. absolutely spewing! Dave's dhuie was a pearler!

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Great day with mates and fish

Thu, 2011-05-05 08:45

Great day with mates and fish - hard to beat!

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Top day mate. Was good to

Thu, 2011-05-05 10:31

Top day mate. Was good to team up and kill the pig.

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certainly was

Thu, 2011-05-05 18:22

next time just a few more mile out, think i,m gonna get an elec,

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bloody hell tomorrow

Sat, 2011-05-07 12:00

if it stays like this i,m heading out very very far,lol

Light and variable winds with smooth seas. Small short period wind waves.
Winds: N 0 to 0 knots
Seas: N 0 feet at 0 sec.

Afternoon
Light and variable winds with smooth seas. Small short period wind waves.
Winds: N 0 to 0 knots
Seas: N 0 feet at 0 sec.

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stuffed

Sat, 2011-05-07 12:16

Buoyweathers stuffed, says that for up here too and it definitely isn't going to be like that.

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HAHA,

Sat, 2011-05-07 12:11

bouyweather i'm guessing. definatly doesn't look like that on seabreeze.

http://www.seabreeze.com.au/graphs/wa2.asp

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 what a day. sounds like it

Sat, 2011-05-07 12:11

 what a day. sounds like it all went to plan. some nice fish there for sure and those nannies are awesome eating, i would have then over almost any other fish on my plate. would have been hard work for them tho at 180mtrs but worth the effort. well done to all on all boats that scored the tasty morsels

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