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Offline Henry

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Re: 2020 prawn season
« Reply #60 on: Fri 27 Mar 07:58 2020 »
4 kg yesterday southside. There was a bit in all the usual spots from Saltworks to powerlines. Patches were only small and cleaned up fairly quick

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Re: 2020 prawn season
« Reply #61 on: Wed 1 Apr 09:03 2020 »
I did go on Mon 30th to the salt works about 20 boats there nearly all retirees like myself complaining about a bad back but having a great day on the water and catching a good feed of big banana prawns

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Re: 2020 prawn season
« Reply #62 on: Wed 1 Apr 17:09 2020 »
for those heading to saltwx From local areas, the sand bottom has all shifted in the last 2 days, where was safe to cast is exposed reef.i lost a complete chain today and saw 5 others do the same, this area used to be a dumping ground for old piers and car bodies and it seems to be resurfacing.cheers paul
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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #63 on: Wed 1 Apr 19:31 2020 »
    for those heading to saltwx From local areas, the sand bottom has all shifted in the last 2 days, where was safe to cast is exposed reef.i lost a complete chain today and saw 5 others do the same, this area used to be a dumping ground for old piers and car bodies and it seems to be resurfacing.cheers paul

    i was there a few weeks ago ...was ok till my last cast.... a kg of prawns but 2hrs worth of repairs to my net..thanks for the heads up

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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #64 on: Fri 3 Apr 17:17 2020 »
    well there goes a second chain in a week,also saw 5 others lose their chains today. thats it i am never casting that area again
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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #65 on: Sat 4 Apr 12:31 2020 »
    Could someone give me an idea of where the danger zone is. I have been out of action for a week or so with motor troubles. In with the mechanic at the moment so don't know when i will be out again.
    Just don't want to get back out again and blow a net. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: 2020 prawn season
    « Reply #66 on: Sun 5 Apr 15:34 2020 »
    For all those who have damaged nets or ripped chain , if you can't repair it yourself then you can always contact prawnin pete for repairs

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