Search found 116 matches
- Wed Feb 13, 2019 11:39 am
- Forum: Soft Plastics & Lures
- Topic: Everyone's favourite surface lure for natives?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 175
I like the Taylormade Surface Breaker and have had a good run on cod with them and a few Yellas caught as bycatch too. They also make a couple of smaller models that are aimed at Bass.
- Thu Feb 07, 2019 12:09 pm
- Forum: Off Topic Forum
- Topic: The Australian Yowie
- Replies: 54
- Views: 2108
That feeling of being watched is more real than yowies or panthers mate.....it is a normal human 'sense' of sorts. More developed in some than others. Whenever I've felt being watched, usually turns out to be a Sambar deer, wild dog, or other usual resident in the area.
I watched an interview with David Attenborough and he says that us humans have spent our entire existence making life easier and more comfortable while every other species has spent theres staying away from us, No, not really......take dogs for example. They teamed up with humans and have done very...
With all the go pros every one has nowadays surely they would have been spotted if they did actually exist. Same goes for the yeti, big foot, bunyip, abominable snowman etc etc etc. Exactly right. I chase deer in some pretty remote country and every second tree has a game camera on it...not to ment...
I reckon once you start talking about towing, then the argument of boat v kayak is over. Boat every day of the week and if you choose a small lightweight model, you can get into pretty much everywhere a kayak can anyway.
- Mon Feb 04, 2019 1:45 pm
- Forum: Tasmania
- Topic: My 35+ year old hand painted spinner still can catch trout..
- Replies: 19
- Views: 528
A bit off topic Adrian, but have you ever played around with replacing trebles with singles on a spinner? Or do they unbalance a spinner too much?