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Hi Garry,
            Just to let you know that we had the most wonderful trip. My dad, who did not fish hard, caught about 50 fish, Tom 100-1110 and I caught 120-130, the total being about 280-290 for our boat. The size this year was staggering. We caught about 40 in the 90's, 2 at 99 and 18 over a metre. We had 4 over 120 with 132 the biggest and we lost a few massive fish. Please put us down for next year.

Steve Cooper
Sydney 15/07/2010

 

Hi Glenn,

Johnny Boy here!

Firstly may I say that the trip you put together on Swordfish was very professional in every way. JOHNNY BOY (thats me), Marshall, Colin, Graham, Stephen, Brett, etc had a ball. Lots and lots of great fish, plenty of laughs, FANTASTIC food, and all the stories go on bigger and better than ever. Well done Glenn from all of us.

I'm sure we will be back (even if I have to catch the best fish again). The shirt I won was great!

Thanks again mate. Photos on the way.

John Underwood
Lane Cove

A note to Angling Adventures to say I had a great trip. The group was really good and the guides about perfect.
Sure, Charlie is a hunting and fishing guide and lodge owner, but mostly he is a bush pilot, we had lots in common and got on great.
I had nothing but a pure floating line for the whole trip and succeeded with the trip aim of getting lots of Chums on poppers.
The Anchorage Historic Hotel was good advice, very central with a taxi rank.
You can tell I'm still buzzing with the wonder of Alaska!

Tim
Nelson Bay, NSW

 

Hi Garry & Pip,
                    I had an absolute fantastic time on Xmas Island. Caught bones, triggers, trevally, yellow snapper, goat fish, cod and puffers....fantastic!
Loved the island and the people.........the food was good and enough of it....
As for the guides, they are amazing......

....Very Impressed with the whole journey. Thankyou and if you have any information on tiger fishing I would love to hear more.

Regards,

Helen
Wyndham, W.A.


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