Are you kidding Steve?
If you do this regularly, it's only a matter of time before you get a 1 on that
last species, and we're praying you don't end up with a 0 for homo
On 30/09/2013, at 11:03 AM, Steve Potter wrote:
> 30th September 2013, BTSA PELAGIC TRIP, MASLINS BEACH, SA, AUSTRALIA.
> Report prepared by: S. P. Potter.
> Departed: 06.42 returned at approx. 08.00.
> Sea conditions: calm at first then NE 0.5m.
> Swell: SW 2m offshore.
> Weather: cloudy.
> Temperature range: 15°C.
> Barometric pressure: 1001 HPa steady.
> Wind: Calm to 20 knots NE by mid morning.
> Sea surface temperature: 16°C.
> Primary chumming location: 35° 14' 49"S : 138° 27' 37"E.
> After my Gluepot client pulled out - after all they are only Scarlet-chested
> I decided on an early impromptu Maslins Beach Pelagic
> After donning full wet weather gear, I paddled (Surfboard) for approximately
> 3 mins due WSW to 0.07Nm offshore at 0.8 fathoms
> There was no other persons the entire duration.
> Birds were plentiful on the way out with frequent passes by both Black-faced
> and Pied Cormorant.
> The first marker point at 400m SSW from Gull Rock, greeted me with small but
> fun 2ft waves at regular intervals.
> Eastern Osprey flying over repeatedly looking for fish.
> 1 Hooded Plover flew out to sea then returned 20 mins later? I have never
> seen that before.
> Birds recorded:
> Species name: Numbers:
> Pied Cormorrant 20+
> Black-faced Cormaorant 20+
> Eastern Osprey 1
> Hooded Plover 1
> Sliver Gull 30+
> Created Tern 6
> 5 species of seabird identified offshore
> Great White Shark
> Future Trips
> All Pelagic Trips from Maslins Beach operate irregularly.
> Contact Steve Potter for details - 0407398234
> Steve Potter
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