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Winga Never Gives Up!

Postby erik the viking » 03 Mar 2019, 13:23

Winga has done it again.
Here is a short preview clip of what is yet to come.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mC6Dna7pQII
Looks like a magic time out with the Bluefins?
Not that far off the coast by the look of it. :up:
There are apparently heaps around along the coast, (both sides) in good sizes schools.
You just have to find them. So why not use a drone, eh?
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Re: Winga Never Gives Up!

Postby erik the viking » 11 Mar 2019, 20:44

Well, it appears that no one was watching this post, but I'll give an update anyway.
Winga gets out off Warrnambool (in close actually) and gets to show us some amazing drone footage of a massive 'herd' of tuna.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=405sye6P03U
People head of to all parts of the country, or world in fact, to see/catch these fish.
But if you are patient and switched on, you'll get to catch them on your doorstep.
Yes he was in a boat, (nice one too) but land was just a stones throw away.
Good luck to all those that dare to venture past the 'easy'.
Once again Winga shows us how it can be done if you want it. :thumbsup:
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Re: Winga Never Gives Up!

Postby Franko » 12 Mar 2019, 06:17

erik the viking wrote:Well, it appears that no one was watching this post, but I'll give an update anyway.
Winga gets out off Warrnambool (in close actually) and gets to show us some amazing drone footage of a massive 'herd' of tuna.
People head of to all parts of the country, or world in fact, to see/catch these fish.
But if you are patient and switched on, you'll get to catch them on your doorstep.
Yes he was in a boat, (nice one too) but land was just a stones throw away.
Good luck to all those that dare to venture past the 'easy'.
Once again Winga shows us how it can be done if you want it. :thumbsup:


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Re: Winga Never Gives Up!

Postby Fish aholic » 13 Mar 2019, 06:09

There were still there on the weekend in 20 to30 meters of water of the Hopkins river, and like you say not far from shore
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Re: Winga Never Gives Up!

Postby peatop » 13 Mar 2019, 13:00

Some good vids to watch on his channel :up:
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