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- Thu Jun 02, 2016 11:00 am
- Forum: Port Melbourne to St Kilda
- Topic: SP salmons.
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It is the same as you said 1/8 and 4 inch plastic. But it did not feel heavy enough and I can't cast far with it. I use a 3" plastic curly tail or minnow and I use 1/8 and 1/4 jig head if you having problems with casting stick with 1/4 or use small 10g metal lures like halcos or wobblers they work ...
- Thu Jun 02, 2016 10:49 am
- Forum: Melbourne Fishing Reports - Port Phillip Bay and Mornington Peninsula
- Topic: What are your go to options for PPB winter?
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For me over winter its usually mulloway in metro rivers land based, bay trouts/salmon Altona to port Melbourne land based and boat, squid Altona to point cook boat, pinkies black rock to port Melbourne boat, garfish land based and boat, Geelong is good option as well during winter and I'll be doing ...
I've set up all of my old stuff in my man cave: Mancave.jpg In this pic you can seen the evolution of JW rods. The first on the left, 1940s. Next one along 1950s. The third one early fibreglass rod 1960s. The last rod and reel on the right have great sentimental value. My dad caught a huge cod it w...
There are two stages in the fibreglass Black Queen before Boonanza's picture. The earliest had plastic cork protectors and the rubber butt the same as in the photo of my cane rod - not many of them were made. The next version had a similar butt to the one in Boonanza's pic but different labels and ...
Nice looking rod bonanza, now I know what the original one looks like. Is there much difference with the original and the after market do you know what's been changed on it?Boonanza wrote:This is the real McCoy my Black Queen Deluxe
Haha yeah mines missing 1 eye and really out of shape not straite Any more.DR.SPESH wrote:I still got my 1st rod(black queen) she's pretty f$cked now though. A mouse decided to chew on my cork and it's also missing 2 eyes and missing about a foot off the end of it.
Not sure Brett but probley is a reproduction since I was only born in 1980..Brett wrote:That looks like a reproduction Black Queen. Not one of the old 60's/70's editions. Have you got a pic of the whole bottom section of rod?
Here's the bottom half
these 2 reels were given to me awhile a go B&S those old sigma's are a grate reel i am still using 2 0f the 040 for bait fishing for bream and here is the 1st good small reel i had it took me months to save all my penny's to get it IMG_2796 (Medium).JPG That's a nice looking reel tackle berry, I do...