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Hi Cueball, Basically thinking of going up early next week, but I will sit on it for a day or two as the Weather looks a little "iffy" & so does the first few days of August!! Interesting that they picked the Mudeye & nothing else !! Thanks for the good feedback. May see you one day soon.. Cheers bjtStatistics: Posted by bjt — Today, 16:51
Thanks for the report cueball. Hope to get there soonStatistics: Posted by sym2 — Today, 15:53
Hi allWent to the pond yesterday arriving about 3pm. Pond low so i was able to get a few mudeyes. Fished 1 on mudeyes the other on powerbait n dough. Got 2 female rainbows about 2kg on mudeyes....dropped 1 as well. No hits on the other.Awoke early this mornin and had only a few mudeyes left and as luck would have it got invaded by littluns who cleaned me out of mudeyes. Other rod was a hits. It seems that when the pond is high as it was this mornin that nursery corner is a no many...

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