Scenery shots of Corroborree Billabong....

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Scenery shots of Corroborree Billabong....

Post by barra_on_fly » Tue May 27, 2008 11:49 am

Scenery shots of Corroborree Billabong

... cos we didn't get any decent fish.... Only rats! Took the long wands but it was windy as and we couldn't hold the boat well enough :?

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Hey you Pilbara guys - THIS is what a croc looks like!
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And another..
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Lunch spot - Beautiful!
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Cool clouds - high winds up high!
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Check out the wildlife forum for more:
http://www.sportfishworld.com/sfwboard/ ... .php?t=784

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Post by Islander » Tue May 27, 2008 1:50 pm

Any chance you can zoom in on the crocks head for a close up - and photo shop it to show an X marks the spot for where to shoot them for a one shot kill? :wink:

Seems we have a new neighbor at Whim Creek in the 3 - 4 meter range! :shock: :shock:

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A word to the wise for you guys who launch and fish for Barra and Muddies in Whim creek.

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Post by barra_on_fly » Tue May 27, 2008 11:31 pm

It is illegal to shoot crocodiles...
That is smaller than 3 metres. A 3-4 metre is the size of the ones I posted, their tracks are well over a metre apart and you'd have a very pronounced belly slide mark at that size also. Unless the picture is very misleading scale wise.

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