FW3 1st timer~

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Daryl
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FW3 1st timer~

Post by Daryl » Sun May 12, 2013 6:16 pm

Arh this CR ... not really good no cat or anything but got big tilapias thou~ :lol:

while walking to the pond saw a cute little dunnoe what snake , but sure it was not poisonous not agrresive also yay alley got to take pic with this snakey!
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heres holding it Image


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and heres the release~!


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my catch~ thought was a cat ==

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here one of the haruans lurking at the side of the pond targetting it next time!

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Re: FW3 1st timer~

Post by Peace » Sun May 12, 2013 8:33 pm

Be careful not to get too close to a snake you don't know! :sweatdrop: It should be a Striped Keelback, which is non-venomous. The Tilapia is huge, it must have put up quite a fight. I'm sure you won't rest till you land a big cat from the pond, right? ;)

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Re: FW3 1st timer~

Post by Daryl » Mon May 13, 2013 10:07 am

yea next target red tail cat!

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Re: FW3 1st timer~

Post by patrick2405 » Sun May 26, 2013 9:35 pm

darylfun123 wrote:yea next target red tail cat!
good luck! i myself havent landed a RTC there but landed CPC there before hahas brought me around the whole pond!
Peace wrote:Be careful not to get too close to a snake you don't know! :sweatdrop: It should be a Striped Keelback, which is non-venomous. The Tilapia is huge, it must have put up quite a fight. I'm sure you won't rest till you land a big cat from the pond, right? ;)
nah, tilapias up to 700gm and above wont really put up much of a fight although they sure can bend your rod during the take!

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