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- Wed Jun 21, 2017 10:20 pm
- Forum: Bream Fishing
- Topic: First time Werribee river
- Replies: 2
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You launching at the entrance and working your way upstream? You can park in the car park between the jetty and playground and slide it in across the narrow beach. Can be weedy lower down around the moorings. Around the first bend is a popular spot. Just work your way upstream. Deepish hole near the...
- Wed Jun 21, 2017 3:32 pm
- Forum: Fishing Rods & Reels
- Topic: Best all rounder rod and reel?
- Replies: 14
- Views: 336
Something mid weight with a stout butt to withstand a big fish but soft tip so you can still catch small stuff. Something like a 7-8 foot ugly stick. You will loose sensitivity for soft plastics and small lures. But then you are talking compromise. The SP style rods are likely to snap when you start...
First decision is whether you want to fork out for gps maps or just a straight sounder. Lowrance hook series seem most popular for kayaks, especially the hook 4. If you are fishing westernport then having maps is even more useful
A known spot that has produced in the past increases the percentages. Familiarity with the spot increases the percentage further. It is always worth giving them a shot while in the area, but dont put all your eggs in one basket, otherwise you wont find other hot spots. Its often just a lucky bite th...
- Wed Jun 14, 2017 2:07 pm
- Forum: General Fresh Water Fishing
- Topic: small reddies @ Sugarloaf
- Replies: 19
- Views: 607
Just something to note: redfin are very similar to yellow perch found in the US. Perch tend to reproduce a lot and in a lake where there are no predators this results in stunting, as you have a ton of them competing for resources. I'm not necessarily suggesting eating them but culling the smaller o...
- Sun Jun 11, 2017 12:31 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Does a rods line rating matter?
- Replies: 23
- Views: 429
if you get a tip wrap it negates the reels drag, and it is all on the rod, throw in some high sticking and the rod snaps. Its all a matter of being aware and being careful if you know you have strong line loaded. I have busted a couple of rods on the kayak as a result of 15lb braid on a 2-4kg SP rod...