Sunday, January 29, 2017

More Three kings Carnage

Hi all just back from another great kings trip, we had a great bunch of boys from the Mitcham angling club Aussie and  again the kingis bit like no tomorrow, baits seemed to produce some of the bigger fish but jigs still held their own with  many solid fish in and around the 30kg mark. Bass and puka are coming on strong with the best going a solid  48kg and many more close behide. Was a real pleasure this week to see the boys armed with good gear and not many fish lost, we keep saying dont take a knife to a gun fight you will lose every-time. Till next time cheers Lance
Pete 30kg

Ben 28kg

James 31kg

Mick 33kg

Pete 32kg

Shane 33kg

Ben 29kg

Robert 30kg 

Mick again breaks the 30  at 34kg

Brendon 33kg

Ben monster on the jig 36kg

Mick again on the monsters high 30's

Nice average of 28kg

Shane monster pig 42kg

More mules 37 kg

Mick with the massive hog at 46kg !!!!

Pete nice 32kg

More fatty's

Brendon at 35kg

Ben huge puka 

Shane with his pig of a Bass  44kg

Pete happy with this solid Bass

James with huge Hapuka 39kg

Pete with the showstopper 48kg !!!

Robert again breaks the 30kg barrier 

Teamleader happy with this model

James stoked as with this thummer 34kg

Nice one on the stickbait !!

Pete testing to see if the hooks are sharp, YEP they are !!!!

More Three Kings madness

Hi all, just back from another stunning 5 days of Three Kings madness and what can I say it does not get much better than this. It all started on the trip up with a double of Stripey's with Chris landing the smaller of the two at 70kg and John landing a very stroppy 130kg fish not long after. The Kingies were again at their best with the average fish still maintaining around the mid 30's bracket.   Bottom fish were not too difficult to come by, chuck in a few crays from an early morning dive and a good feed was had by all, with a nice variety of  fat Bluenose Puka and Bass in the mix. With the Kingies and Bottom fish well and truly ticked off by the end of Day 3, Marlin and swords were the target for the remaining days. A couple of shots on the Marlin unfortunately didn't stick while an Oil fish was all we got to show for our swordy efforts, though still an interesting catch nonetheless. Till next week cheers, Phil

Chris' 70kg Stripey ready for release

John's 130kg Stripey on the trace
Chris hooked up to his Marlin

John's Marlin getting aerial

And again

Mark loaded up on a Kingie

Tim getting close to the rail...

Chris bang on 30kg

Oh no!

Mark with one in the mid- twenties

Marmite 31kg

Hot bite on the King bank

Chris 27kg

Drew with a deep 34 kegger

Marmite 33kg

Drew close at 29kg

Drew 30kg

Drew with the best Puka

Marmite with a solid Bluenose

John with a nice Bass

Drew feeling the burn of a big Bass

And the best Bass at 44kg

Chris with a nice eater

Drew with a nice table Puka

Tim with a nice double header of Blue Dogs
Chris 30kg

Tim 31kg

Drew, just under 30kg

John 32kg

Drew somewhere behind the 40kg showstopper

Mark with a 38kg Barrel

Marmite 34kg

Drew 35kg

Marmite with a massive Trev

Tim with the Oil fish