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Recfishwest's State-wide Fishing Report 10 February 2023 ūüé£

 | By Seamus on 2/10/2023 4:27:03 AM | Views (325)
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Fishing Report
10/02/23
Reckon giant trevally are the hardest fighting fish pound for pound? Anyone who has hooked one of these spectacular species would say so! 
Our contributors
Sam Russell
John Dempsey
Peter Fullarton
Sedin Hasanovic 
G'day <>,

Some great action across WA this week and the Leeuwin current has been strong throughout the midwest and metro regions, bringing with it a good spike in the pelagic action. Make sure you get your lures in for a troll!

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Too big to hold horizontally! This monster of a Spanish mackerel was caught by Chris Johnson @chrisjjohnson_ on a 70g jig and is easily the biggest mackie we've seen for a long time. 35kg of pure speed, power and teeth!

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Broome catches
Simon Coit @coitoutdoors was on fire recently finding the fat and healthy northern mulloway in the bay which was quite sheltered from the higher swells.  


Boats

While the cyclone that stuck around earlier in the week shut down the fishing close to town with the higher swells and dirty water, the fishing action over the last couple of days has steadily improved. Dampier Creek has still been producing some solid barramundi up to one metre on the troll and when flicking lures and plastics around the structure. The bigger tides have also rolled in, so Crab Creek and The Fingers have produced barra and threadfin salmon which love to lurk within the gutters. The threadfin tend to follow the bait balls, so if you see large schools of bait, make sure you flick your lures or plastics around them to entice a strike. While the Spanish mackerel action dried up off Cable Beach due to the weather and swell that rolled in, they have been turning up all around Roebuck Bay as this area is nicely sheltered from the wind and the water clarity has remained quite clean. This area has also been holding good amounts of bait, so it's worth trolling through here to pick up the mackies that are on the prowl. For mud crabbing, the best spots to go at the moment are Crab Creek or on the other side of the bay where it's more sheltered. The westerly winds are picking up over this weekend and won't drop off until Monday, but you should be able to find a bit of shelter within Roebuck Bay

Shore-based

The land-based action was again a little slower this week, but the jetty within Roebuck Bay has still been producing queenies and smaller trevally now that the bigger tides have cruised in. The water quality is also starting to clean up, so this action should continue to improve. For fishers that found access, Crab Creek and The Fingers has also been fishing well for barramundi and threadfin salmon, although patience and persistence with putting in the distance on foot has been the key. The flow in the Fitzroy is still a little too rough for fishing, but a few of the roads have been reopened for access and hopefully we should see the fishing action start to spice up in here over the coming weeks. The mud crabbing has gone a bit quiet only because the weather has deterred people from venturing out, but Crab Creek or the other side of the bay are the best options. For the best tips and gear for your fishing expedition, make sure you visit the helpful pros at Tackle World Broome for advice and they will provide details on spots with the best access for a flick. 
Exmouth catches
Hooking giant trevally is enough of a heart-starter in deeper water, let alone when you've hooked one in the shallows with plenty of reef lurking around! This silver beauty was provided by Tackle World Exmouth thanks to the local charter operators having some awesome GT sessions recently. 

Boats

While the weather has been okay for the past few days, the town has been rather quiet now that it's back to school and the tourists have travelled back home. It simply means more fish for the locals though and thankfully the action has improved over the past few days after the effects from the cyclone shut it down earlier this week. The billfish have been hit or miss for boats and a lot of time on the water has been required to find them. Some boats however reported catching multiple sailfish and marlin within the space of a couple of hours in depths between 50-150m generally headed north-west. The Muirons was scarce of fish up until a few days ago, but is now fishing very well for brassy trevally, golden trevally, cobia, Spanish mackerel, giant trevally, bludger trevally, queenfish, longtail tuna and mack tuna. They have been quite spread out though, but most of the success came from the back of the island in depths between 10-25m. Deep drops in depths of 100-300m generally west of the Muirons has also seen nice goldband snapper, eightbar cod, bass groper and ruby snapper. The Gulf has gone rather quiet but most of the golden trevally caught in here have appeared on the shelfs. The bottom of the Gulf has seen a few queenfish, but they haven't been feeding much and seem a bit lazy. There are low to moderate south-westerlies rolling through over the next few mornings up until midday, so this should be decent for boating. 

Shore-based

There hasn't been too much heard on the queenies or giant trevally being landed on the north-eastern side moving down the Gulf as the northerly swell that came in has made the water quite dirty and shut it down quickly. It's starting to clear up though and should be back to normal soon with the south-westerly winds coming in. The marina has once again seen some impressive mangrove jack landed around the 40-45cm mark, but they were down on numbers compared to last week and persistence is key. The Learmonth jetty has also been producing a lot of squid that seemed to have come in closer following the northerly swells, with one fisher managing to land around nine a couple of days ago rather quickly. The western side has been picking up a bit for Spangled emperor around the lagoon, although they haven't started firing just yet. Within the Gulf and moving further down, some talented fishers have been doing very well on large permit via fly fishing, while the whiting are still performing quite well on surface lures and poppers in the same regions. We haven't heard much on mud crabbing, but this should also improve given the conditions should clear up this week. Big thanks to the crew from Tackle World Exmouth for their tips and most of the mornings right up until Wednesday are looking quite pleasant for a land-based flick.  
 
 
Kalbarri catches


Boats

It was certainly posh for pelagics over the weekend and pretty much every skipper that ventured out on Saturday came home with some tuna. Not only were they running wild in numbers, they were beefy sizes too, with 10-15kg fish common and a few yellowfin even passing the 30kg mark. The Sand Patch tended to be the best spot for pelagics on the troll and this even saw a few wahoo landed in 30m depths. Thanks to the warm water coming down, we heard reports of boats spotting a whale shark surrounded by loads of cobia, which led to lures being frantically flicked next to it and resulted in some impressive fish. Generally the pelagic action was more common heading north, with Red Bluff and even out wider around Three Mile working well. The water temperature was a steady 26-27 degrees last weekend and it has remained warm all week, so these species should be rife for a while. The mornings are working best for trolling and Sunday and Monday morning are looking like the next-best windows.

Shore-based

The land-based catch of the week certainly went to the lucky lad who pulled in a large dolphin fish casting out from the river mouth, which just goes to show you didn't need a boat to jump on the pelagic bandwagon this week. There were impressive tailor caught off the beaches all around town, with early mornings before the sea breeze kicks in definitely the best time to go. Some nice bream have also been landed further up river around the 35cm mark in good numbers, along with cod slamming lures and plastics when flicked near the structure. Mulloway were mostly on the northern side of river, but they were on the smaller side. For your bigger catches, the gutters around Frustrations tended to hold bigger mulloway, while herring were mostly caught from Red Bluff. Big thanks to Dean from Kalbarri Sports and Dive for his tips as always and Sunday and Monday morning should see a brief break from the stronger southerlies rolling in.  
Geraldton catches


Boats

The boat fishing along the midwest has been hard going due to bad weather throwing a spanner in the works, however boats have managed to get out and chase some pelagics during the demersal closure. Fishers that have been going north of town off Coronations right up to Kalbarri have been finding Spanish mackerel in the 10-15kg range, which are slowly creeping down towards Geraldton in better numbers. Yellowfin tuna have also been found up to 15kg, with skirts working best for landing fat and healthy fish on the troll. The boats out the front of Geraldton have seen good success catching blue swimmer crabs, with some large bucks full of meat providing a tasty treat. The squid and bread and butter species like herring have been found close to town off the seagrass beds, although burley has certainly worked best in luring in the larger schools. The squidding tends to work best when drifting and the motion on the jig from the gentle rock of the waves is enough to bring them in. Looks like it's going to be windy as hell again this weekend, with some strong southerlies rolling in before they calm slightly from Monday. 

Shore-based

With seaweed and the weather making things hard, the fishing has stayed relatively the same for land-based fishers. Tailor have been found from Horrocks all the way down to Dongara in their usual spots, with most fish being very skinny and barely going past the 45cm mark. Off Tarcoola, the usual tailor have been caught along with dart, while out the back of the Breakwater, tailor and whiting are also providing good fun. At Greenough, pike and tailor have been found in good numbers but their sizes have been nothing spectacular. South of Greenough, there have been better-sized tailor and a few reasonable mulloway getting caught. Fishers have also had success for big herring when using burley off local beaches at Geraldton, which seem to be housing better numbers of fish with the heavier winds sticking around. Big thanks to Geraldton Sports Centre for their report and there are strong southerlies rolling in again this week unfortunately, so maybe try position yourself casting in a northerly direction with the wind in your back.  
Lancelin catches


Boats

Bit of a quiet week, although there were few pelagics caught on the weekend, with divers reporting the presence of Spanish mackerel quite close to town in relatively shallow waters. With the passing of the full moon, the Spanish mackerel and tuna action should start to heat up. There have been schools of yellowtail kingfish along the 8-12m depths in smaller sizes, although they have been providing some great entertainment. The inshore reefs and weed beds have seen an excessive amount of large snook along with tailor, skippy and tarwhine. The bay has not been holding the usual numbers of herring since the recent fish kill, although it seems to be improving with a few now showing up along with some skippy and pretty good numbers of flathead in the sand holes. A fair amount of wind is kicking off from Saturday, but Sunday and Monday morning might have brief boating windows. The choppier conditions will be ideal for tailor, so make sure you have the lures out the back if you are trolling in close behind the wave breaks. 

Shore-based

The tailor bite off the beaches has steadily been improving after a roller-coaster couple of weeks, with both numbers and sizes of fish starting to creep upwards. Herring around 30cm and flathead in solid sizes have been a frequent by-catch and have been attacking ganged mulies and lures. Spots with nearshore reef present have produced a few pinkies off the cast when fishers have combined it with a bit of patience, while most drone drops in the early morning around 200-300m offshore have been quick to snatch a few pinkies up to 70cm. Big thanks to Lancelin's fishing guru Peter Fullarton from Tailored Treks for his report as always!
 
 
Esperance catches


Boats

Nannygai have been the flavour of the week, keeping the boaties busy fishing the lumps in the 40-60m depths. They’ve been mainly using bottom jigs and baits to target these fish. Some absolute monster Sambos have been caught near Mondrain Island. Another great spot for these beasts has been Cooper Reef, the local artificial reef initiated by Recfishwest, which also saw numbers of decent skippy. The inshore boats have been fishing well for herring, King George and sand whiting along with the odd flathead, with all species rolling through in welcome numbers this week. Out wider, there’s been some good reports of demersal fish such as queen snapper, breaksea cod and a few dhufish as well. It will be moderate southerlies on Saturday before it rolls around to moderate easterlies from Sunday to Tuesday. There are always sheltered spots for the boats if you time it right in the mornings. 

Shore-based

The low swell has made land-based fishing good fun, with plenty of action along the coast. Fourth Beach has been great for salmon while Alexander Bay has been producing 8-10kg gummy sharks. Israelite Bay has been producing some much larger gummy sharks up to 18kg, along with some mulloway passing the one metre mark. Mulloway have also been found north of Munglinup around the 10kg mark. The first 500m stretch at Wiley Beach has also seen some nice big gutters producing big herring and sand whiting. Kraken-sized squid continue to roll through off the Esperance Jetty when using natural-coloured squid jigs. Woody Lake has been producing 1kg+ black bream on average for fishers using soft plastics. Bandy Creek boat harbour has been excellent for flounder, King George whiting and flathead. Big thanks to the pros from Southern Sports and Tackle for their tips as always and even though it's southerlies on Saturday and easterlies on Sunday at this stage, they shouldn't hinder your land-based trip too badly. 
Great Southern catches
The trusty old Mussel Vibe from @outback_breamer_baits strikes again. There are some beefcake 40cm+ black bream rolling through the river systems close to Albany recently and you can get your hands on one of these great lures that gets the job done easily at outbackbreamerbaits.com. 


Boats

‚ÄúAfter dead December and just forget it January, we‚Äôre finally into fairly decent February‚ÄĚ ‚Äď Alessandro Daniele.

The Great Southern has been fishing fairly well off the boats this week. Starting in close, the waters have been nice and clear bringing out some absolutely cracking squid. The warmer waters have made whiting a little finicky, requiring a bit of travelling to find good grounds and spots. When you do find them however, you’re on to some seriously impressive numbers and sizes! Nannygai have been on fire in the 80-130m range along the coral grounds while off the shelf there have been some good Hapuka being caught. Greyband are also being found in the 100-180m depths. In closer, the usual dhufish and queen snapper have been found as well. Samson fish during this time of the year are being found in schools at the top of the shelf, while yellowtail kingfish are being caught near some of the islands off Albany. There have also been rumours of tuna being spotted, however the waters are probably a little too warm still to warrant targeting them just yet. Next few mornings right up until Tuesday are looking decent for the boats. 

Shore-based

A few salmon have started to appear along the beaches closer to town. It is hard to determine whether these salmon are part of the annual run or simply resident fish. Throughout this week it has been mostly herring, skippy and tarwhine being caught from the local beaches. Smaller King George whiting have been coming from Middleton Beach. There are tailor, squid and the odd big Samson fish being caught at Emu Point. Shore-based fishers have continued to catch salmon at Reef Beach and Bremer Bay, which were graced by big schools for most of the week. Smaller salmon schools were also present at Bluff Creek and Cheynes Beach, which is hinting at a solid upcoming run for these regions. Keen rock fishers had some good sessions on western blue groper east of town. Some calmer easterlies will roll through from Sunday but Tuesday morning at this stage should see minimal northerlies, perfect for a land-based flick. 
South West catches
While it was a rather quiet week off the South-West coast, the squidding action closer to shore has been red hot for Trudy Morehouse @squidqueen.wa. The warmer waters are also starting to roll down and Mandurah saw a huge spike in tuna caught this week, so hopefully it's only a matter of time before the pelagic action sees a nice boost for the South-West. 


Boats

This week has been rather quiet on the fishing front for the boats and land-based fishers unfortunately. While a few Sambos and yellowtail kingfish are still popping up around the 80m mark off the Cape, most fishers decided to stay in close and take advantage of the great fishing within the estuary systems. There are still good numbers of whiting and tailor being plucked from within the estuary on surface lures and poppers, although the sizes have been mostly just over the legal line for tailor. The crabbing action has remained red hot, with a lot of boats going home with nice hauls of crabs now brimming with meat. As for the Cape Naturaliste FADs, there was a strong current around here this week which made fishing quite tough, although this will only improve over the coming weeks now that the Leeuwin current is quickly moving down the coast and bringing warmer water temperatures of 23 degrees with it. If you're heading out from Bunbury, maybe try trolling further north because the bluefin tuna have been going wild in Mandurah this week and may start venturing further down. The mornings this week should be decent and Wednesday and Thursday are looking great at the moment. The coordinates of the Cape Nat FADs can be found here if you want to fish them. 

Shore-based

Mostly north of Bunbury once again saw the larger sizes of mulloway and tailor over the past week as these areas tend to house the better gutters off the beach, but the tailor sizes have been quite minimal with only a handful crossing the legal mark. Within the estuary systems has been the preferred land-based option this week, with yellowfin whiting over 35cm common and red hot numbers of just legal-sized tailor providing some good fun on the surface lures and poppers. The crabbing action has also been steadily improving and scooping has been quite rewarding for most fishers. The Busso jetty has been doing very well for squid once again with a few King George whiting landed on occasions. The rainbow and brown trout action this past week has been doing very well close to the banks of Harvey and Wellington Dam, so this is also another option if you want to swap the salt water with the freshwater. Big thanks to Whitey's Tackle for their tips and the mornings all week are looking nice for a land-based flick. 

Freshwater

@blairhutton_fishing landed this stunner of a 54cm brown trout recently in our pristine South-West waterways. The trout this week have seen a good spike in numbers from the shallows which was quite odd given the warmer temperatures that rolled in. 
Captures of rainbow and brown trout were apparent across the board this past week, with plenty of reports coming in from various rivers and dams including Harvey Dam and the Lefroy Brook. I was lucky enough to have a fish off the kayak in Harvey Dam when it was red hot on Saturday and bizarrely, there were plenty of brown and rainbow trout attacking small vibes diving down to about 1.5m in only 3m of water. Usually when it's hot in the middle of the day, the trout generally become less active, although they were oddly running wild in 2-5m depths when it was 40 degrees with the sun directly overhead. All of the strikes occurred within 30m of the bank mostly on the northern side and this included a 47cm brown and plenty of rainbow yearlings up to about 35cm. The redfin perch were schooling in big numbers down deep past 10m close to the structure, but even massive schools located on my sounder didn't seem interested in the plastics, with hours of work put in for only four redfin between 25-30cm. Some larger redfin up to 35cm rolled through from Wellington Dam, but overall it went rather quiet for the bigger redfin of 40cm+. Pemberton remained another solid spot for both trout species this week, although once again, the trout were strangely red hot in the warmer waters while the redfin perch were hard to come by. Small minnow style lures and soft plastics were definitely the lures of choice for trout. Some fishers reporting multiple follows from good-sized redfin perch, but not having them commit to taking lures. Maybe the heat has made them lazy! Make sure you send in your snaps of any trout or redfin you catch now that marron season is over. 

 
Mandurah and surrounds
Absolute mayhem would be an understatement to describe the tuna action off Mandurah this week. Ash and Tim from Tackle World Miami got in on the action and found massive schools between 40-100m depths, landing more than 15 fish. 


Mandurah

Holy moly this was a splendid week for both yellowfin and southern bluefin tuna off Mandurah. As seen above, both Ash and Tim from Tackle World Miami had a cracker of a session, pulling in around 15 tuna in only four hours with most measuring around 40cm. Ash has noted that the water temperatures have recently risen from 21 degrees Celsius right up to 23 degrees this week, and this temperature was evident from 40m depths right out to 100m, meaning it was pelagic heaven. Spanish mackerel have also been annihilating lines with plenty of bite offs close to the boat, so it's worth having some stronger leader. Ash and his crew were trolling between each bait ball they saw and there have been enormous schools spotted, so now is the perfect time to get out and troll. Five Fathom has also been holding considerable numbers of yellowtail kingfish and Sambos for Mandurah. For boats sticking to the estuary, it's fishing very well now that the bait have come in and the juvenile salmon, tailor and skippy have been going wild. The skippy were all 35-40cm in size as well, providing an awesome fight in the shallows. The crabs have also been hitting their straps, with a lot more bigger catches now brimming with meat after the past couple of hit-or-miss weeks. Bit of wind this weekend, but the tuna action should stick around. Sunday morning is looking calmest at this stage. 

SECRET HARBOUR / PORT KENNEDY / ROCKINGHAM / SAFETY BAY / WARNBRO SOUND

The beaches at Warnbro, Kwinana, Long Point, Port Kennedy and Secret Harbour all saw plenty of tailor catches this week, although their sizes took a bit of a drop and most were around the 30-35cm range. Metal slices were the lure of choice and the occasional 45cm+ fish rolled in throughout the mornings before the sea breeze kicked into gear. Some mulloway have been caught from these spots at night, but no big monsters were reported. Fishing near the tip of the of Point Peron has continued to produce skippy, herring and tailor across the board. Squid are also coming out from inside the sheltered weed beds inside Cockburn Sound and Woodman Point jetty has also seen plenty of fresh ink stains over the past week. Squidding just in front of the boat ramp at the Mangles Bay Club has also been quite effective, although the better numbers were reported at the cooler times of day generally in the mornings. The next few mornings should all be generally calm for both boating and land-based fishing. 
Perth catches
While the tuna, dolphin fish and Spanish mackerel action this week was front and centre for metro boat fishing, tailor also took a nice spike off the shallow reef systems and this healthy specimen was landed by @dan.coughlan from the shallow chop. They absolutely love the whitewash and it's always a good bet flicking lures or ganged mulies in there. 


Boats

That Leeuwin current rolling down has been welcomed with open arms by the boaties, with more numbers of Spanish mackerel and tuna rolling in this week. The tuna action was certainly more prevalent and they have been popping up north and south of Rottnest, but the better sizes and numbers of both yellowfin and southern bluefin were mostly west of Rottnest and heading north towards Hillarys in 40m+ depths. For the best luck, just throw your lures in and troll everywhere, because now that the warmer current is hitting the metro region, this action will only improve. The southern bluefin are going absolutely berko though and their sizes have ranged from footballs through to 6-7kg, with trolled skirts working best. The mackies have generally been turning up for boats trolling over the reef systems in the northern regions between Hillarys and Two Rocks. Once again, in close to Rottnest around Parker Point saw yellowtail kingfish and Samson fish, but the 30-50m depths with structure around the island now seem to be holding good numbers of both species. For boats on the river, crabs are still mostly turning up in the deeper parts of the river such as Blackwall Reach, Matilda Bay and out from the Swan Brewery. Trolling in between pots is also a good idea if you want to land yourself some solid river tailor up to 50cm, with shallow diving silver lures working best. For squid, the sheltered weed beds in closer towards Rockingham and Fremantle have done well, with the same broken ground of sand and weed patches also holding sand and King George whiting if you can manage to find the schools away from the pesky trumpeter, which love to pinch your bait. If there are loads of trumpeter around, move spots until you find the whiting. This weekend is generally pretty windy, but Sunday and Monday morning are looking like the best boating windows so far. 

Shore-based

SNAPPER GUARDIANS IS BACK! HELP US RELEASE 5,000 JUVENILE PINK SNAPPER INTO COCKBURN SOUND THIS SATURDAY, 11 FEBRUARY! 

Recfishwest is delighted to announce our 2023 Snapper Guardians community fish stocking event will go ahead this year at Woodman Point in Cockburn Sound this Saturday, 11 February following a two-year break.  

It is welcome news for mums, dads and kids who can again attend this popular event in person to help us release 5,000 juvenile pink snapper into Cockburn Sound, following the cancellation of the community event in 2021 and 2022 due to COVID.

EVENT DETAILS

Where/When: Fish released at 10am on Saturday, 11 February at Jervoise Bay, Woodman Point (see on Google maps)

What to bring: All you need is your family, camera, hat, sunscreen, bathers and a snorkel if you want to get in the drink and get an underwater view of the juvenile snapper swimming off into their new home. 

There's plenty of fish to go around so come down and roll up your sleeves with us! 

Click here for more details on Snapper Guardians!


Mitch from Anglers Fishing World in Fremantle had another cracker of a recent afternoon session on 1m+ Samson fish in the Swan River and they seem to have gotten even bigger, with 20-30kg monsters landed on poppers generally further up towards the mouth. Giant herring went a bit elusive, but they still popped up mostly from Como through to Bicton and even as far up as Burswood. The tailor action in the river continues to perform very well and the Ghoast Jetty in Como saw huge numbers of fish earlier in the week, all around the 30-35cm mark in the evening chop. The flathead and flounder action around the sand flats is still an awesome proposition for any fishers who haven't tried it before and their numbers have remained at solid levels for months. It's a matter of exploring new ground though, as one spot that worked well in the past might be barren a week later. Just keep roaming the shallows and flick away into the drop offs and near the weed or structure and you'll eventually find where the flatties are hiding. As for crab scooping in the river, most were caught further up towards the Swan Brewery and around Matilda Bay once again but their numbers took a really decent spike this week. Most of the crabs are also big, healthy and full of meat, providing some of the sweetest tasting flesh you'll find in any seafood. For tailor, mulloway and snapper off the beaches, once again the best reports came from fishers casting between Mandurah and Rockingham and also between Yanchep and Two Rocks as these areas house more gutters. You don't even need a drone for this and mornings tend to work best. Bit of wind this weekend for land-based fishing but Sunday and Monday morning are looking calmest. 
 
 
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Catch Information

Species:
Barramundi
Barramundi

Black Bream
Black Bream

Bluefin Tuna
Bluefin Tuna

Breaksea Cod
Breaksea Cod

Brown Trout
Brown Trout

Cobia
Cobia

Dhufish
Dhufish

Flounder
Flounder

Giant Trevally
Giant Trevally

Gummy Shark
Gummy Shark

Hapuka
Hapuka

Mulloway
Mulloway

Nannygai
Nannygai

Spangled Emperor
Spangled Emperor

Spanish Mackerel
Spanish Mackerel

Threadfin Salmon
Threadfin Salmon

Wahoo
Wahoo

Whiting
Whiting

Yellowfin Tuna
Yellowfin Tuna

Yellowfin Whiting
Yellowfin Whiting

This Fishing Report was submitted on 2/10/2023 4:27:03 AM by Seamus and last updated on 2/10/2023 2:40:35 PM.


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