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Offline Crocb8

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fresh water club trip
« on: Fri 3 Nov 18:33 2017 »
Anybody interested in doing a long weekend near copeton on a private dam
 ( 60 acre )   

Its up for sale and could be the last opportunity to fish this this stocked private dam

Heaps of onsite camping but not many facilities

Cost will be $50 or $55 for families

canoe motor or land based fishing

And there is some huge cod in the dam that has been stocked for nearly thirty years

The largest Cod i have personally seen is frank and he has been caught a few times and comes in at around 130 cm

This is a great dam for fly fishing and if you have never tried Nick the owner can give you some tips

No gunnas   serious only

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Re: fresh water club trip
« Reply #1 on: Fri 3 Nov 19:07 2017 »
Nugget put your hand up.  You need to go back to get your sleeping bag

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Re: fresh water club trip
« Reply #2 on: Fri 3 Nov 19:21 2017 »
If I had a spare 1.8mil I'd buy it.
I've stayed there visiting Nick but never fished the lake. I know of a few cod magazine cover shots caught there, always carefully positioned so as not to give the location away.
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