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Offline bondy99

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Re: 2020 prawn season
« Reply #30 on: Fri 14 Feb 21:27 2020 »
Sounds like Jason MacMillan is back.

Prawns being caught when high tide is on at the deeper holes, nothing much at low tide. Forget about Lamb Island, most of the action was Redland Bay
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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #31 on: Sat 15 Feb 08:07 2020 »
    High tide for Saturday is 2.47pm

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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #32 on: Sun 16 Feb 09:34 2020 »
    8 litres at Redland Bay yesterday arvo. Plenty of boats. After 3 laps of the boat ramp car park without a car park in site launched at Carbrook and dodged all of the debris on the way up.

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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #33 on: Sun 16 Feb 11:48 2020 »
    Good feed a nuggee last 2 mornings not schooled up yet seen few prawn showers this morning few friy rice prawns too these are my feed and bait after feeding the  deckie and there family not many boats yet still hard work but good quality
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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #34 on: Sun 16 Feb 11:50 2020 »
    Yesterday
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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #35 on: Mon 17 Feb 20:53 2020 »
    Sounds like Jason MacMillan is back.

    Prawns being caught when high tide is on at the deeper holes, nothing much at low tide. Forget about Lamb Island, most of the action was Redland Bay

    What you on about now Peter? Off your meds again?

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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #36 on: Mon 17 Feb 20:59 2020 »
    Sounds like Jason MacMillan is back.

    Prawns being caught when high tide is on at the deeper holes, nothing much at low tide. Forget about Lamb Island, most of the action was Redland Bay
    Itís always someone else bondy isnít it look in the mirror u clown

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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #37 on: Tue 18 Feb 08:09 2020 »
    Hi went prawning yesterday the powerlines to muddy doged all the debris on way to salt works and got feed but hard work mob from redland bay came around 7-30 complaining they got no prawns

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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #38 on: Fri 21 Feb 09:52 2020 »
    Had a look at lamb and saltworks yesterday. Couldn't find anything so headed to Redland bay. Lucky to find a small blob for half a bucket. Not many boats out. Conditions a bit challenging with the wind.

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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #39 on: Fri 21 Feb 19:34 2020 »
    Hi 9 news prawns at Jacob Wells has the power lines fired  up and  what about Nudgee 

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