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    Quote Originally Posted by WazzyP View Post
    Oooo...tell me more. I may also be up there soon as my wife's parents live there.
    Here is a sneak peak. They are not massive but a lot of fun no doubt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morne View Post
    Thanks Konrad

    I was there yesterday, but was a quick one day trip in and out from CT. Will be back there from Saturday till Monday, but will also be a work trip and wont have much spare time. We should be starting our project in about two weeks time and will then spend some more time there. Did I mention we will have a large barge anchored just of the breakwater? ;-) Was eying that thing yesterday wondering where I can cast from. :-)
    A few days after you mention this I got a photo of a 39kg Kob caught here in Richards Bay, it looks like it was caught off a barge!

    Morne you have my details somewhere in your client database, give me a call when you are here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ko7Ad View Post
    Here is a sneak peak. They are not massive but a lot of fun no doubt!

    DSCN2810.jpg
    Drooooooool!
    - Warren Prior

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ko7Ad View Post
    A few days after you mention this I got a photo of a 39kg Kob caught here in Richards Bay, it looks like it was caught off a barge!

    Morne you have my details somewhere in your client database, give me a call when you are here!
    Pretty sure I know where the kob was caught. I am back in RB on Wednesday and will confirm with the guys.
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