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More Patto bream

Postby mazman » 16 Jul 2018, 20:13

Hey guys,
After a rainy weekend I went back to the patterson river to fish for the bream that I was hoping had schooled up a bit more with deep plastics. The rain had got them schooled up and I managed to catch quite a few bream for the morning.
Hope you enjoy watching


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Re: More Patto bream

Postby Reeling » 16 Jul 2018, 21:33

Some good consistent top 30's there Alex. Great effort.

I was thinking when you mentioned about marking up some good schools on the sounder whether you could showusand then you did. Would it be possible to see a closer view of them when you do Mark them up. I'd be interested to see the difference from other species

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Re: More Patto bream

Postby mazman » 16 Jul 2018, 21:39

Reeling wrote:Some good consistent top 30's there Alex. Great effort.

I was thinking when you mentioned about marking up some good schools on the sounder whether you could showusand then you did. Would it be possible to see a closer view of them when you do Mark them up. I'd be interested to see the difference from other species

Nath

Thanks Nath, having a good run in there atm. Didn't get to check the go pro footage until I got home, will try and film it on my phone next time round. Most of the time in there it's just small blotches on the sounder or when they are tightly packed it looks like what a bait school would but hugging the bottom and you get separation on the downscan.
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Re: More Patto bream

Postby Reeling » 16 Jul 2018, 21:42

Ahhh right, thanks. Keep up the good work
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Re: More Patto bream

Postby Outback Pro » 20 Jul 2018, 13:11

nice catch mate, where did you launch at patto?
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Re: More Patto bream

Postby mazman » 20 Jul 2018, 14:18

Outback Pro wrote:nice catch mate, where did you launch at patto?
thx

Just at the boat ramp, if you roof top you don't need to pay ramp fees
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Re: More Patto bream

Postby peatop » 20 Jul 2018, 14:58

When i live down that way patto was just a swamp lol, the original developer went bust i think, made a great motor cycle track :up:
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Re: More Patto bream

Postby ClydeDel » 05 Sep 2018, 01:04

How much are the ramp fees over there anyway? Great video btw. Very nice catches.
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Re: More Patto bream

Postby mazman » 05 Sep 2018, 15:40

Thanks Clyde, free to launch if you rooftop. You get charged if you have a trailer but not sure how much it is.
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