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Nearly 20kt winds will depend on the direction of the wind and the tide. Certain combinations will be easily fishable some will be absolute hell out there. If you dont know what those combos are, you arent ready to fish more than 10-15kt winds. It also depends on the area. If you dont know, dont go ...
- Mon Sep 11, 2017 7:06 pm
- Forum: Warneet To San Remo
- Topic: Fishing report - All the rubbish fish from Warneet
- Replies: 11
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I hit Gentle Annie, Quail Bank, and deep north arm for a similar result, Heaps of Couta, some 27-30cm flatties thrown back and a buck of yakkas kept for bait. Water still very cold 10.3 at gentle annie, 11 out deep. Bring on the warm weather! Was still a cracking day out on the port. Cant wait for s...
- Fri Sep 08, 2017 6:45 pm
- Forum: Melbourne Land Based Fishing
- Topic: Is This A Good Lure For Salmon?
- Replies: 14
- Views: 474
Texas wrote:Kosta7 wrote:Yeah mate just try it. I am sure even if you throw a thong, salmon will go for it. As long as they are around...
Shoe or underwear ?????
A sequined thong from the mardi gras would work
- Fri Sep 08, 2017 6:43 pm
- Forum: Bait
- Topic: How do you bait your pilchard for snapper?
- Replies: 16
- Views: 583
How many ways can you skin a cat... The key is plenty of hook exposure. Do not bury the hooks in your baits. A snapper will hit the head or gut section of a pillie/sand whiting, so this is where you want your hooks placed. I always fish 2-hook rigs. This, 100% this. The amount of times I use to get...
Anything shiny that casts well, I usually use Halco Twisties, Surecatch Knights or Gillies baitfish because they are cheap and available. But anything will be fine. ive found 25gm off the pier and 40gm in the surf to be about right.
- Sun Sep 03, 2017 10:47 am
- Forum: Other Victorian Fishing Reports
- Topic: Another learning experience
- Replies: 17
- Views: 433
Keep at it man! The winter months are the hardest. Once summer rolls around, the fishing really fires up, and all the hard yards youve put in over the colder months will pay off. Not long now!
- Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:06 pm
- Forum: Hooks, Line & Sinkers
- Topic: how to prevent rust in tackle box
- Replies: 14
- Views: 354
I usually put some of those silica bags you get packed in with things in my tackle boxes. Also, the rule on the boat is, the tackle box is always closed straight awayy after you get something out, and nothing wet goes back in.
- Mon Aug 28, 2017 6:54 pm
- Forum: Other Fishing Equipment
- Topic: Best Sunglasses for fishing?
- Replies: 20
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I own a pair of Mako GTs and I love them. I went for those, as they actually look ok, and figured if I was going to drop a couple hundred bucks on sunnies I wanted to wear them driving etc too. Have worn them every day nearly for 2-3 years (I cant remember exactly) and love them, still as good as ne...