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Re: got to coohin creek

#16 Post by mouse » Fri Oct 31, 2014 9:22 pm

ShortyK wrote:No, having a weekend at home, I have Monday off so heading to Kurwongbah for a fish. Fished coochin creek last weekend, too windy only ended up with 2 small Flatty.
Might see you at K'bah Monday :wink:
Cheers,
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Re: got to coohin creek

#17 Post by ShortyK » Fri Oct 31, 2014 9:52 pm

It will be good to meet you Mouse, I will be I'm a Dune Revo andy mate in a Dune Outback. Can't get there until around 8 though.
PB's from Yak:
Flathead 59cm, Bream 35cm,
Tailor 25cm, Moses Perch 28cm,
Wild Bass 40cm, Travelly 27cm,
Whiting 33cm, Eaustry Cod 28cm,
Snapper 51cm, Impoundment Bass 40cm
Reef shark about 2m, Spangeld Emperor 28cm
Longtail Tuna 118cm, Spanish Mackerel 117cm
Wild Yellow belly 37cm.

There is nothing more relaxing than a day on the water in a Kayak.

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Re: got to coohin creek

#18 Post by kareless » Fri Oct 31, 2014 10:11 pm

G'day fellas hope to talk she who must be obeyed into letting me have a fish on Sunday. Where abouts is coohin creek and what should I put in the GPS to get me there if permission is granted after I do all the jobs she wants done? It has been a couple of months since I wet a line.
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Re: got to coohin creek

#19 Post by ShortyK » Fri Oct 31, 2014 10:33 pm

Coochin creek is in the Pumicistone passage. You can launch from Roys rd and travel south, check out Google maps.
PB's from Yak:
Flathead 59cm, Bream 35cm,
Tailor 25cm, Moses Perch 28cm,
Wild Bass 40cm, Travelly 27cm,
Whiting 33cm, Eaustry Cod 28cm,
Snapper 51cm, Impoundment Bass 40cm
Reef shark about 2m, Spangeld Emperor 28cm
Longtail Tuna 118cm, Spanish Mackerel 117cm
Wild Yellow belly 37cm.

There is nothing more relaxing than a day on the water in a Kayak.

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Re: got to coohin creek

#20 Post by MattoTarpon » Fri Oct 31, 2014 10:47 pm

mouse wrote:
ShortyK wrote:No, having a weekend at home, I have Monday off so heading to Kurwongbah for a fish. Fished coochin creek last weekend, too windy only ended up with 2 small Flatty.
Might see you at K'bah Monday :wink:

dont you guys work monday or chukn a sicky. ? :roll:

sure wish i could fish on monday. :cry:
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Re: got to coohin creek

#21 Post by teckee7 » Fri Oct 31, 2014 10:54 pm

There is a campsite there and from the photos, looks like a tranquil place to get away from it all. Just over an hours drive from Brissy, not bad.

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Re: got to coohin creek

#22 Post by mouse » Fri Oct 31, 2014 11:11 pm

MattoTarpon wrote:
mouse wrote:
ShortyK wrote:No, having a weekend at home, I have Monday off so heading to Kurwongbah for a fish. Fished coochin creek last weekend, too windy only ended up with 2 small Flatty.
Might see you at K'bah Monday :wink:

dont you guys work monday or chukn a sicky. ? :roll:

sure wish i could fish on monday. :cry:
Work so hard, I need a couple of days off every now and then!! :lol: :lol:
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Re: got to coohin creek

#23 Post by mouse » Fri Oct 31, 2014 11:14 pm

ShortyK wrote:It will be good to meet you Mouse, I will be I'm a Dune Revo andy mate in a Dune Outback. Can't get there until around 8 though.
I'll be on a blue Tarpon, expecting to arrive 6ish.
Cheers,
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Re: got to coohin creek

#24 Post by ShortyK » Fri Oct 31, 2014 11:25 pm

MattoTarpon wrote:
mouse wrote:
ShortyK wrote:No, having a weekend at home, I have Monday off so heading to Kurwongbah for a fish. Fished coochin creek last weekend, too windy only ended up with 2 small Flatty.
Might see you at K'bah Monday :wink:

dont you guys work monday or chukn a sicky. ? :roll:

sure wish i could fish on monday. :cry:
Yeah, I think I can feel a bit of a cough coming on..... Hahaha, 9 day fortnignt Matto, less cash but an extra day off! Suits me. I would work an 8 day for less cash if they let me.
PB's from Yak:
Flathead 59cm, Bream 35cm,
Tailor 25cm, Moses Perch 28cm,
Wild Bass 40cm, Travelly 27cm,
Whiting 33cm, Eaustry Cod 28cm,
Snapper 51cm, Impoundment Bass 40cm
Reef shark about 2m, Spangeld Emperor 28cm
Longtail Tuna 118cm, Spanish Mackerel 117cm
Wild Yellow belly 37cm.

There is nothing more relaxing than a day on the water in a Kayak.

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Re: got to coohin creek

#25 Post by ShortyK » Fri Oct 31, 2014 11:27 pm

teckee7 wrote:There is a campsite there and from the photos, looks like a tranquil place to get away from it all. Just over an hours drive from Brissy, not bad.

Booked there for last weekend but my mate had to cancel so didn't make it. keen to get back there though.
PB's from Yak:
Flathead 59cm, Bream 35cm,
Tailor 25cm, Moses Perch 28cm,
Wild Bass 40cm, Travelly 27cm,
Whiting 33cm, Eaustry Cod 28cm,
Snapper 51cm, Impoundment Bass 40cm
Reef shark about 2m, Spangeld Emperor 28cm
Longtail Tuna 118cm, Spanish Mackerel 117cm
Wild Yellow belly 37cm.

There is nothing more relaxing than a day on the water in a Kayak.

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Re: got to coohin creek

#26 Post by teckee7 » Sat Nov 01, 2014 12:00 am

Just checked the winds seems to be easing to around 11 knots between 7am to 11am. May turn out to be ok to go for a quick fish.

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Re: got to coohin creek

#27 Post by mouse » Sat Nov 01, 2014 3:33 pm

Sorry for highjacking your thread Savage. :wink:
Can't make K' bah Monday sorry Shorty, working with my builder so I can save a few dollars and spend on fishing gear :gu: :gu: .
Catch up another time!! :wink:
Might head there for an early session tomorrow.
Cheers,
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Re: got to coohin creek

#28 Post by ShortyK » Sat Nov 01, 2014 7:34 pm

mouse wrote:Sorry for highjacking your thread Savage. :wink:
Can't make K' bah Monday sorry Shorty, working with my builder so I can save a few dollars and spend on fishing gear :gu: :gu: .
Catch up another time!! :wink:
Might head there for an early session tomorrow.
Sounds like the right idea, catch ya later.
PB's from Yak:
Flathead 59cm, Bream 35cm,
Tailor 25cm, Moses Perch 28cm,
Wild Bass 40cm, Travelly 27cm,
Whiting 33cm, Eaustry Cod 28cm,
Snapper 51cm, Impoundment Bass 40cm
Reef shark about 2m, Spangeld Emperor 28cm
Longtail Tuna 118cm, Spanish Mackerel 117cm
Wild Yellow belly 37cm.

There is nothing more relaxing than a day on the water in a Kayak.

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Re: got to coohin creek

#29 Post by savage1978 » Mon Nov 03, 2014 8:15 am

Sorry guys just checked my post now. The weather is pretty crap at the moment for coochin. I think the weather is meant to be a bit better tomorrow and wed so i might get out then. Ill keep on my post and let u all know if anyone is keen. If anyone is going somewhere else that might be better and wants company im up for that as well. Im lucky to have a 3 day rdo thanks to the unions. So taking full advantage of the time without the wife or kids lol.

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Re: got to coohin creek

#30 Post by live4eva » Mon Nov 03, 2014 4:27 pm

Just to get you keen to do Coochin, this is the "little" guy I caught up there on Saturday.
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Hoping to get some time to do up a proper report but needless to say there are some nice Jacks in Coochin ;)
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