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- Fri Jan 05, 2018 4:04 pm
- Forum: Melbourne Land Based Fishing
- Topic: Land based suggestions?
- Replies: 92
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If you do fish the beach, please don't get out of your car - it's way too dangerous. Just roll down your window and cast from the drivers seat. With your seatbelt on. Over top of your PFD, flame retardant coveralls, crash helmet and safety goggles of course. Also make sure your car is securely lashe...
- Mon Jul 24, 2017 5:53 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Drones for fishing and hobby - regulations, locations
- Replies: 25
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A friend of mine fishes with one of these in New Zealand. The cameras attached to them are a big part of the cost, if you are just using one to carry bait out to a decent distance you might get a cheaper one with no camera, and fix a bait carrier where the camera normally goes. The parks rules might...
- Sun May 28, 2017 5:30 pm
- Forum: Surf Fishing
- Topic: Testing Century T700 for the first time
- Replies: 9
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JS270 wrote:Had a good casting session with the Century T700 hitting a very nice 244.85 meters with the 125 gram lead .
Nice going. If I could cast that far with a 15 ft rod, I'd use a running 125g weight, tie on a size 6 hook and launch a scrub worm right across Devilbend.
- Fri Jan 06, 2017 5:08 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Favourite Eating Fish And Recipe..
- Replies: 13
- Views: 604
I f ing hope not.....
haha don't even take it off the jig, that's awesome. When you're done with the squid just spit out the beak, use the jig prongs to clean between your teeth and cast it straight back into the water.
Thanks for replying. I heard there is many Bream close to the Pylons at the spot I fish at. Would you recommend the same bait? I used worms and they were taken right away but no fish. Bream are harder to catch, they prefer something like pipis for bait..... but I don't catch many bream, I'll let ot...
Howdy. Best way to start is to pick a species to target, learn what it feeds on, where it can be found and what size hook to use ...... if your first goal is simply to catch something, I'd start with a size 4 or 6 hook, put some bread or sweetcorn on it, hook a plastic float on your line 2 feet abov...