Posted by: sammerz | 03 June, 2007

Fish Farm

Jess and Pascal invited us to join them in a day trip to the Macclesfield Fish Farm (near Emerald). Other uni mates were invited but weren’t able to make it. Some of Jess’ colleagues joined us much later. “Fake fishing” was what we called it, because fishing there was quite easy. We began to fish at the lake (the “hard” difficulty) and Pascal caught a Rainbow Trout within 15 minutes. After an hour or so, we gave up. So Steph and I headed over to the Salmon (“easy”) pond and caught a 2kg fish! BBQ facilities were available, so we ate our freshly caught fish. Jess and Pascal came prepared with fish cleaning and cutting kits as well as various BBQ meats and condiments. We sashimied half the salmon and filleted the rest. Fresh salmon sashimi…. YUM!! I’d go there again just to eat it again hehe!

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